Fertile Prayers: Daily Fertile Prayers

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AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2003 - Infertility - 204 pages
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Fertile Prayers is a daily prayer devotional/calendar for people who have had a difficult time having a family. People who know what terms like miscarriage, stillbirth, ART, adoptions falling through, annovulation, endometriosis, male factor, and PCOS, all first hand. Major denominations need to address the vast spiritual impact from fertility/infertility issues families experience.

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Here is a book that should be mandatory reading for every young couple desirous of having a family of their own. This book should be an automatic gift from every church to all couples who exchange vows at the front of a church or in a public park setting or in the privacy of a backyard.
In 200-plus pages, Ms. Fairchild provides outstanding leadership in the area of praying for fertility needs and concerns.
This ordained woman of the cloth has set a high moral standard in the area of prayer when it comes to family planning and the hopes and dreams, the disappointments, the highs and lows of birthing or adopting children and the tremendous joys that the experiences of having and raising a family bring...whether the children are natural to a couple or whether they are especially chosen by two responsible parents.
Couples who bring their family planning needs and requests before the Throne of Grace will find here powerful prayers which they can use verbatim or they can use the suggested prayers as a guide and personalize their own prayers as they seek spiritual guidance and intercession.
In a changing world where medical practitioners are becoming more and more aware of the power of prayer, this book should be on the nightstand in the bedroom of every married couple and should never be allowed to gather any dust.
Truly this is a power-packed book of prayer which is one that this reviewer, the father of two grown children, highly recommends. Thank you.

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