Just the Two of Us? Paperback
Help and strength in the struggle to conceive
by Ellie Margesson; Sue McGowan;
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Just the Two of Us?
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As long months pass the well-meaning optimism of friends starts to ring hollow. The emphasis on family at the weekly church service becomes an unwelcome reminder of what's missing. God seems reluctant to bless.
Using a wealth of real life stories this deeply caring book offers practical resources to address the pain and encourages biblical thinking childlessness and infertility.
'We have learnt that we are not immune from problems and we grow as Christians as a result of them. Most importantly, no matter how awful and difficult it seems, God is in control of what is happening to us, even if we most definitely are not.'
Just the Two of Us? by Ellie Margesson; Sue McGowan was published by Inter-Varsity Press in July 2010 and is our 22135th best seller. The ISBN for Just the Two of Us? is 9781844744756.
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Just the Two of Us?Charmaine Hill, via The Good Book Stall
“It may vary in intensity with different women and men, but as one of my friends put it, infertility is a chronic grief: the long unknown.” p160
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'It means so much to read Christian thinking on this topic. The authors tackle the complexities of infertility in a way that I found both supportive and challenging. I hope this helps fellow Christians talk more openly, and in a more informed and compassionate way. I wish this had been available to my husband and me earlier in our journey.'- Becca O
Details for Just the Two of Us?
|Page last updated||6th January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ellie Margesson; Sue McGowan|
|Publisher||Inter-Varsity Press (July 2010)|
|Number of Pages||160|