Thursday, December 13, 2007

Complete List of Infertility Media Reviews

I'm posting a list here of all of my media reviews because the originally intended list is now much longer than I thought and will eventually be too long for the sidebar. So I'll post some in the sidebar with a link to this post for the complete list.

When I was searching for media on the subject, I was surprised at how little was known about the small selection of ambiguous titles. I couldn't really find much to guide me in the way of what the various titles offered me, how one was different than another, and how reliable they were as a source of solid, scriptural truth.

So my goal is to at least offer one perspective on the various resources out there, in the hopes that it might be at least a little helpful for others looking to enhance their own understanding, whether for their own benefit and comfort or to equip themselves to minister to others.

I try to be honest and constructive with all of my reviews, both positive and critical. These are just my opinions and I am no authority on the subject. But in any case, I offer my thoughts and insights--I hope you enjoy reading. And I also welcome healthy discussion and disagreement with any of my thoughts! Anyone can leave a comment to any post. Let us hope that we are all enriched by the experience!

So without further ado, my ever growing list.

Adoption as a Ministry, Adoption as a Blessing by Michelle Gardner
A Grief Observed by CS Lewis
Embryo Donation and Embryo Adoption: Loving Choices for Christians by John and Sylvia Van Regenmorter
Empty Womb, Aching Heart by Marlo Schalesky
Hannah's Hope by Jennifer Saake
Inconceivable: Finding Peace in the Midst of Infertility by Shannon Woodward
Infertility: Finding God's Peace in the Journey by Lois Flowers
The Infertility Companion by Sandra Glahn and William Cutrer
Supernatural Childbirth by Jackie Mize
Water from the Rock by Gibbs, Garret and Rabon

Newspaper, Newsletter and Magazine Articles
Coping With the Holidays, RESOLVE December 2007
Blessed are the Barren, Christianity Today December 2007

Facing the Giants

I Would Die for That by Kellie Coffey

1 comment:

  1. I bought "It's OK to Cry" today by Malcolm and Nick Cameron.

    Haven't got very far with it yet, but looks good.