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  1. Confessions of a Childless Mother: Learning to trust God through infertility, by Sarah Fuller
    (available on Amazon, but cheaper from Amazon UK since she’s from Northern Ireland)
    There’s a review available here: http://www.evangelical-times.org/book-reviews/book/1457/Confessions+of+a+Childless+Mother

    I have read this and found it helpful to have the perspective of someone many years into the infertility journey — how to balance moving on and hoping. Excellent theological understanding (unlike some others I have tried reading).

  2. Thank you so much for including my book here. It means the world to me. I can’t wait to check out some of the other ones on the list.

  3. Far as the Curse Is Found: Searching for God in Infertility, Miscarriage, and Stillbirth
    by Abigail Waldron http://a.co/3dVnvan
    This one is worth adding – I’ve read it, and it’s very well written.
    (And thanks for including Embracing Hope During Infertility. You’ve compiled an excellent list!)

  4. Anonymous says:

    As Silver Refined by Kay Arthur. You’ll get Through this by Max Lucado. The infertility Companion: Hope and Help for Couples Facing Infertility by Sandra Glahn & William Cutrer.

  5. Lillie Sommers says:

    Barren Among the Fruitful, navigating infertility with hope, wisdom, and patience by Amanda Hope Haley.
    I have just started to read this book along with a group of women from a private Facebook group in support of infertility.
    From your list of books here, do you have any specific order you would suggest for reading? And thank you for this list!

  6. If you could pick one to start with…which would you suggest? Other than 1000 gifts. I already have (and love) that one!

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    1. Natasha Metzler says:

      Try Every Bitter Thing is Sweet. It is excellent.

  7. Two books by Bob Sorge- The Fire of Delayed Answers & Pain, Perplexity and Promotion- were really life giving to me in the midst of infertility.

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