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Honouring Your Spouse Regardless of the Infertility

It’s not in the beginning stages or even when you hear that awful confirmation of your infertility that the testing and trial really sinks in. It hits in the quiet months and years ahead when you’re reeling from the information and aren’t sure what to do next; it’s in the murky middle of the waiting. The time when you are solely reliant on God to give you direction in how to proceed. And it’s in this season where the conflicts in these marriages can really surface.

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A Good Heart-to-Heart Leads to Beauty from Brokenness

Let’s pretend I come for a visit. The long wait for children has left you feeling broken.
There is safe space for you to share your deepest heartache about it all with someone who understands. Then comes a blessing which gives you hope to carry on, and a plan to find Jesus’ beautiful gifts in the waiting.

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How to Claim Victory Over Spiritual Warfare in Infertility

The battle rages in your mind. What if you caused the infertility? Questions beyond a humanly possible answer. lies, and other discouragements try to drive you into despair when it comes to your infertility.

Where is it all coming from and how do you make it stop? Did you know there’s a way to claim victory and find peace and joy while working through infertility?

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Why Do You Want Children?

This post may be difficult to read and yet, when applied, may eventually lead to more healing and a deeper reliance on Jesus.
Please reach out if you have any questions and/or would like to process this together.

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What to Say and What Not to Say

Most of our communities have no idea who is trying to conceive, who’s infertile, or has been in the past.

Whether you know an infertile couple or not, please read this post to learn what to say and what not to say to a couple.

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Infertility and Sex

As someone working through infertility, I’m guessing you’re dreading Valentine’s Day. You’re tired of having to muster up your romantic side when the infertility’s stolen almost every ounce you had. You might like to get dressed up and go on a date but you’re praying it ends when you return home; anything to avoid “the bedroom…”

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