Inconceivable Redemption: God's Presence in Miscarriage & InfertilityRegular price $11.99 Save Liquid error (product-template line 127): Computation results in '-Infinity'%
"I'm sorry, there's no heartbeat." In one moment, everything changes. Women who have a miscarriage experience a betrayal by their body, a loss of identity, a roller coaster of emotions, and a crisis of faith. Where is God in these moments? Are His promises still true? Can He redeem what was lost and restore the broken heart?
Sharing her own story and personal journal entries from her walk through grief and loss, Erin opens up in a vulnerable and honest way. She genuinely shares about the struggles, questions, and difficult truths that women face in the devastating aftermath of miscarriage and in the uncertain waiting of infertility.
Written from a Christian perspective, this award-winning book will help women gradually work through the many emotions in the grief process in a healthy way while showing them that they are not alone. It encourages them to ask the hard questions and seek biblical answers, and demonstrates how God's inconceivable redemption is not only possible in the darkest moments, but most evident and surprising in them.
This book was awarded the 2020 Illumination Book Awards gold medal. The awards are designed to honor and bring increased recognition to the year’s best new titles written and published with a Christian worldview.
Erin Greneaux is a wife and mom to two daughters, Maya and Everly, in Lafayette, Louisiana. A graduate of Baylor University, Erin has worked in Christian ministry for over a decade in children's ministry, missions, education in at-risk communities, and curriculum development. Erin is an accomplished writer, with published works of poetry, short story, magazine articles, musicals, and a young adult novel, Spy Recruit. Erin is passionate about helping women learn to grow in their relationship with Christ and serve Him with their talents in each unique season of life. She enjoys ministering to Christian moms through her blog and devotions while focusing on raising her girls at home.