This book was amazing, Jennifer was completely open about what she was feeling through her infertility. She expressed feelings I was to scared to say myself. Knowing someone else that has experienced the heart ache of infertility, and the faith of waiting on the LORD, and the strength the LORD provides when you ask; has had a huge impact on me through my journey. Her book was inspired by the LORD, her words hit me to the core, and I was renewed to endure, and in my waiting and listening I have the family the LORD meant for me to have all along, 3 beautiful children adopted from the foster system.Thank you Jennifer, your obedience in the midst of your pain reached out to me and helped me to trust longer and wait on HIM.Psalm 113:9 "He settles the barren woman in her home as a happy mother of children. Praise the LORD"
This book was so helpful to me on my journey through IF. I was so down and feeling like I was the only one in the world suffering in this way, boy was I wrong. Alhough no one every goes through the exact same journey, the feelings and emotional highs and lows seem to be similar. Hannah's Hope is a great resource for those of you seeking comfort on your journey!
This is a must read for anyone struggling with infertility or child loss. Reading Jennifer's words is like sitting down for a comforting chat with an understanding friend. Most importantly for me was that Jennifer helped direct my thoughts to the One who truly understands - the God of all comfort. I highly recommend this book.
This book is great for anyone that is personally struggling with or that knows anyone dealing with infertility issues. It gives the perspective of someone that's gone through it, as well as some good Bible verses to read and notes to burden bearers on how to deal with loved ones experiencing infertility.
It took me several months to read this book, but when the holy spirit lead me to finally read it, I found it to be very inspirational. The author of the book gives her own personal experience with infertility, miscarriage, and adoption lost. She does not use a lot of medical jargon, like others I have read. She provides a true and real life look at the struggles attached to longing for a child. I found this book to be very comforting and encouraging.