The Bible and the Pain of Infertility

Infertility can challenge your faith and put a strain on your marriage. Read what one couple has to say about it.

Click here to continue reading this article excerpted from the Winter 2005 issue of the Journal of Biblical Counseling (Volume 23:1).

Kimberly Monroe works part-time at CCEF. Philip Monroe is Director of the MA in Counseling program at Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, Pennsylvania.

If you benefited from this article, you may also want to read "What Not to Say to Those Who are Suffering" by Ed Welch.

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Posted 2-23-2010

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