It seems like everyone around you has more hope about you having kids than you do for yourself. Are you tired of false hope, and are looking for real answers?
Browsing Tag: Infertility Bible Study
One thing about infertility is that it can be so easy to get stuck with a zoomed-in perspective. You can stand so close to the problem that it’s all you can see. Finding an outside support can keep your perspective in the right place and assist you to find the answers and help you’re looking for.
Father’s Day affects men differently. Some find it hard to deal with while others seem unphased, and that’s okay. There’s no wrong or right in this.
Regardless of where you stand in your process of infertility, there are some elements of your character that I’d like the privilege to speak into today. May these words be an encouragement to you.
Ruth wasn’t a book that I thought about regarding infertility. It’s a book about choosing God, overcoming grief, and finding a kinsman redeemer. But there’s a story deep within the pages that was suggested, but not elaborated on. A story of barrenness.
To those who have adopted or are considering adoption, I think it is fascinating to realize that you were adopted as well. If you are a child of God, then you were adopted the moment you said yes to a relationship with Jesus. You are a chosen child of God. Wow! What a thought.