Sarah Abraham lived in a small village outside Kabul, Afghanistan with her two young boys, Jeremiah and Amos. She had lost her husband in a gunfire attack two months ago. Now, she was alone, and five months pregnant with a third son. However, the stress of living as a Christian in war-torn Afghanistan weighed heavy on her mind. As a result, while walking to the marketplace one sunny morning, she felt sharp pains and became weak.
Sarah lost her child that day due to a miscarriage. The ensuing grief would be nothing compared to the persecution that she would receive, once the men in the village learned that an Afghanistan male child would not be born. All blame would rest Continue reading