Leah's Legacy Hosts

A biblically based retreat

for mothers who have lost a child


Come, Be refreshed

and restored to Hope


Times of Worship

specifically tailored for you, replenishing your spirit


Connect & Commune

enjoy bonding with other mothers on the same healing journey


Register Today


InComplete Retreat

Refreshing • Renewal • Hope • Healing

A Time of Refreshing

A retreat specifically designed with YOU in mind, allowing you to receive healing for your soul and refreshing to your spirit.

Renewal of Hope

Spend time being fed God's Word and reawakened in hope as women share their journey of recovery after losing a child.

Connect & Commune

There is strength in community. Through group activities you will be encouraged as you bond with other mothers on the same healing journey.

Therapuetic Activities

Enjoy relaxing on the lake or in the pool, being outdoors and listening to music. All activities will be designed with you in mind!


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Tammy Lynn Bond is a Licensed Certified Social Worker in the state of Alabama. Tammy holds a Master’s degree in social work from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Michigan State University. Tammy has been working as a clinician since 1993 and has a strong clinical background in adolescent and parenting dynamics, substance abuse, ADHD/ADD and depressive/anxiety disorders. She also possesses a certification in women’s issues from Michigan State University and has an affinity for treating women’s issues, eating disorders and life transition issues. Tammy assisted in the development and is the former Director of Safe Harbor’s Refuge Department, a ministry helping rescue young people and their families from drugs, gangs, and the occult. She also does speaking engagements on the above topics. In 2003 she completed a Master’s degree in Theology. Facilitator
Maegan Roper is a wife, mom to four, homeschooler, author, speaker, and singer. After the loss of her daughter, Ellanie Beth, in 2011, she embarked on a journey of restoration that Christ continues to use to refine her and help others. Her book, 30 Days of Hope for Restoration in Infant Loss, is a 30-day devotional for parents who have experienced the pain of losing a child. She has led women’s retreats all over the southeast and holds fast to God’s calling on her life to encourage and equip women to live grace-filled lives. She lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband Jeremy and children Emmalyn, Harrison, and Hampton. Facilitator
Bevin Tomlin is a Jesus lover, wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, community volunteer and advocate for Group B Strep and infant loss awareness. Three and a half years after losing her daughter, Leah, she founded (in)Complete Retreat for bereaved mothers. She is a proud mommy of two daughters born in November 2009 and January 2013 and her two rainbow baby boys born in September 2014 and October 2017. Bevin lives in Birmingham, AL with her family and is a member at Hunter Street Baptist Church.Facilitator