The Christian Woman’s Guide to Infertility (Book, Podcast, and More)
When the years of infertility reached the decade mark, I spent a lot of time praying about writing another book about infertility. It had been five years since I wrote Pain Redeemed and I wasn’t sure if I had another whole book’s worth of comments, but I realized I did have a few thing to say.
By the time it was edited and scheduled to post, I was fighting a battle with the stomach-bug-that-wouldn’t-leave, which ended up being our surprise baby.
In a plot-twist that we never saw coming, the end of my infertility series was actually a pregnancy announcement. But despite the surprise ending, the things I wrote were unchanged. The healing and hope we found long before a baby arrived, was still worth talking about.
Even though the series I wrote wasn’t a full-length book, more like a booklet, we decided to still make it available in print & Kindle format.
Our goal is to put resources into your hands that can be used for yourself & for friends, family, & church members.
Along with the print version of The Christian Woman’s Guide to Infertility, we’re also releasing a podcast series that is a companion to the book (though the book is certainly not required to enjoy the conversation).
If you have ever:
know a friend who has faced infertility
been part of a church
— this resource has been created for you.
We’ve done our best to keep the cost as low as possible, & the podcast is free.
We pray this will be a huge blessing to the Body of Christ as a whole.
It’s been over a decade now. A decade of wondering and hoping and praying that God will heal my body and allow it to conceive, carry, and deliver a child. I’ve watched Him move on the behalf of others. I’ve heard the stories of miracles, of friends and relatives who went 7, 10, 15, even…
Today’s post is by Lauren @ A Cup of Bliss. She also writes a blog about trying to conceive @ Tear Drops Falling. This isn’t a story of dreams fulfilled, but rather a story of life in the midst of infertility. It is so important to take time to recognize the sorrows that so often…
You’ve heard it, I’m sure. Whispered in the dark of night. Shouted under the bright light of day. Slithering into the desperate places of your heart. Maybe it came while you were in crowds of people or locked in your bedroom with the curtains pulled tightly shut. I’ve felt it in the deepest places of my…
I was still in my teens when a doctor told me that there was a “strong chance” that I would never bear a child. Nineteen and still invincible. I made grandiose plans to suffer through this trial with dignity. It worked well for a while. That is, it worked until it didn’t. And then I…
I met Jessica a little over a year ago now and feel like I have known her all my life. I have her family picture up on my fridge just to hear people exclaim, “Wait, how many babies do they have?” After facing infertility, their family experienced the joy of a daughter and then TRIPLETS….
::The Haitian Chronicles:: The laundry was just dry enough not to drip, the best that the tiny ill-behaved washer could do. I snapped the shirt roughly, trying to spray off any excess water. Even in the eighty degree weather, it would take all day to dry. The line dipped under the weight and I smiled…