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'This book is t about living through infertility, as though this was a tunnel on the way to some ultimate destination of child-bearing. It is about living within infertility, continuing to have a spiritual life, and doing something more than simply sitting around waiting for a baby. My experience of infertility did terrible things to my relationship with God. I was angry and disappointed; I felt forgotten by God. But it didn't have to feel like that. God was with me even then. God does kw the pain of infertility and childlessness. He has been here before us, he is sharing this sorrow with us, and he already kws how this story will end.' Reading a book doesn't actually change things. It won't help you get what you want, r will it stop you wanting it - but it can help to change you. New ideas and new ways of looking at old ideas can help you discover a different point of view. Whether you are going through infertility yourself, or supporting a friend or family member, this book brings the Christian experience of infertility into the wider context of the story of life with God.
Rosemary Morgan is a Baptist lay preacher, writing from experience of infertility. From 2005 - 2009 she worked in Great Malvern Priory and retains links there; from 2006 to 2010 she was a Deacon at Malvern Baptist Church and she now attends Biggleswade Baptist Church.