A Story of Infertility

I’ve been reading the life and times of 19th century Southern Presbyterian theologian John Bailey Adger this week – he and his wife lost four of their nine children. In our day, we aren’t as familiar with losing several children the way most 19th century folks were. But many still have miscarriages (something they probably weren’t as aware of in their day due to the lack of medical technology), and many struggle with infertility. This story of one couple’s struggle with infertility may be a blessing to some of you.



4 responses to this post.

  1. Thank you for youreducating post. I found it very useful. Great Job. Please Keep it up.


  2. Posted by Susan on February 23, 2011 at 11:46 am

    Thank you so much about this information which are very very helpful..You are doing wonderful job. I am working with the tips you gave and praying too so that nothing is possible without God�s blessing. When I get good result I�ll let you know. Once again thank you.


  3. Posted by Maria on February 24, 2011 at 3:27 am

    Thank you for the good information. I�m trying to conceive for more than 10y but still no luck. Will keep reading & follow your guidance. Continue to inspire us more and feed us with such unselfish knowledge! http://waystogetpregnantfaster.wordpress.com/


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