When you’re struggling with the anguish of infertility, questions come that can shake you to the core: Why can’t I conceive the baby I long for when others are getting pregnant without even trying? Why is God letting this happen to me?
I have experienced this pain, and in the midst of the aches and disappointment, I wrote a book that I hope will help you:
• Develop loving, helpful ways to deal with family and friends—ways that can make reminders of your infertility less painful.
• Make biblically informed decisions about treatment options—decisions that lay the groundwork for contentment in the future.
• Feel God’s love and, even in deep hurt, pray for His will to be done—something that can bring peace and freedom in all areas of your life.
Infertility: Finding God’s Peace in the Journey is written for people at any stage of infertility, but I especially recommend it for people who are worn from years of trying to conceive and thinking of calling it quits. It is also a wonderful resource for friends and loved ones of those struggling with infertility. It’s hard to empathize if you haven’t experienced it yourself, but this book will definitely help.
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Infertility: Finding God’s Peace in the Journey was published by Harvest House Publishers in 2003. It’s not available through normal bookselling channels anymore, but for a limited time, you can buy it here for a discounted price of $10, including free shipping (to U.S. addresses)!
P.S. You may have noticed the header on the home page said “Books,” not “Book.” That’s because I’ve actually written two books—the one about infertility, and another, even longer ago, called Women, Faith, and Work: How Ten Successful Professionals Blend Belief and Business (Thomas Nelson, July 2001). If you want to practice your Christian faith in the workplace gracefully but aren’t sure how, this book is for you. Unfortunately, it’s also out of print, but if you look hard enough, you can find used copies for sale here and there (Amazon, ebay, etc.).