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He Remembers the Barren #2020

He Remembers the Barren By Katie Schuermann Melissa Degroot John Pless He Remembers the Barren HE REMEMBERS THE BARREN by Katie Schuermann is a tender conversation with women in the church who wrestle with the issue of barrenness in marriage Addressing questions frequently asked by those strugg
  • Title: He Remembers the Barren
  • Author: Katie Schuermann Melissa Degroot John Pless
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  • Page: 155
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  • He Remembers the Barren By Katie Schuermann Melissa Degroot John Pless HE REMEMBERS THE BARREN by Katie Schuermann is a tender conversation with women in the church who wrestle with the issue of barrenness in marriage Addressing questions frequently asked by those struggling with infertility, the author walks alongside the reader, relaying personal stories to both encourage and support those who are suffering Issues such as control of our bHE REMEMBERS THE BARREN by Katie Schuermann is a tender conversation with women in the church who wrestle with the issue of barrenness in marriage Addressing questions frequently asked by those struggling with infertility, the author walks alongside the reader, relaying personal stories to both encourage and support those who are suffering Issues such as control of our bodies, family planning, and the source of conception are examined through a theological lens, reminding the reader of her clear vocation in Christ and pointing her to the ultimate source of fruitfulness, vitality, and comfort, our Triune God.With Psalm readings, beloved hymn texts, and collects penned by Dcs Melissa A Degroot, each chapter of HE REMEMBERS THE BARREN resonates on a devotional level that is pitch perfect for women struggling with the grief and shame which often accompany barrenness This book also serves as a valuable resource for pastors, family members, and friends seeking to better understand the barren experience of a loved one.
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    1. Katie Schuermann Melissa Degroot John Pless

      Earthy and lyrical, Katie Schuermann s voice is as refreshing and invigorating as the Midwestern sunshine in which she was raised Writing in vignettes which so perfectly suit the charm of small town life, Schuermann s words call to mind the warmth and realism of Montgomery s Avonlea and Herriot s Yorkshire countryside.Always leaning toward the arts, Schuermann earned graduate degrees in music No doubt, her cornfield roots and curriculum vitae factor heavily in her writing, but it is her confession of faith in the Triune God that readers have come to expect and trust in her prose.When not writing, Schuermann can be found singing, gardening, cooking, or trying to climb the nearest tree.

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    1. A really excellent fantastic book Really hits to the heart of infertility issues is compassionate empathetic because of the personal experience of the author But most of all it s dripping overflowing with the compassion good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.Good also for men to read, especially pastors, but also men who are struggling with infertility too A lot of things hit home for me as my wife I married late in life had fertility issues While it hasn t been too much of a loss for me not to [...]


    2. Katie Schuermann tackles the hard topic of barrenness and infertility with grace, pathos, and eyes of grief informed wisdom Her book is a must read for the stark but beautiful perspective that she presents, wherein women and families struggling to conceive need love and compassion than any fix it solutions.


    3. This book was excellent It was written for Christian women who wrestle with the issue of barrenness in marriage This was written from the author s experience and interviews and conversations with other women The conclusion is Fulfillment is found not in the womb but in Christ Included in the book are numerous medical options available with pros and cons of each listed from a Biblical perspective.Probably what I found most amazing was the author s experience of being comfortable with God about he [...]


    4. A thoughtful, sensitive look at the emotional process of realizing value outside of a woman s ability to bear children I loved the insight into scripture and Biblical stories and the care in which the author presents her views on this topic.I feel like as a culture, we re not great at recognizing others grief and responding well to it We often say well meaning but deeply hurtful things I picked up this book with loved ones in mind, hoping to help educate myself on how to be sensitive and support [...]



    5. 3.5 starsAt times I liked this book, and at times I did not I liked that it was Biblically sound and had references on each page.I liked how it had personal stories from other barren women.I didn t like how little it talked about adoption as an option for Christians If you pray about it, speak with your pastor, and feel led to adopt by all means do it I didn t like that it made me sad Reading those stories touched home and I cried didn t want to keep reading I know I m infertile, I know God love [...]


    6. The premise of the book is great but I struggle with some of the authors definitive theological statements that not all Christian women struggling with bareness would agree on


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