It’s National Infertility Awareness week and we are changing the conversation around infertility. 1 in 8 couples and about 6.1 million women face infertility. This picture represents how the world may see these women. Who doctors have told them they are, the diagnosis they have had spoken over them, or how they have been told their future may look. It represents a place of pain for them at some point, but it also represents a choice. A choice of how they choose to live. A choice of how they let others words affect their journey. A choice of whether they let their diagnosis define them. A choice of who and whose they are!
Brittney was up against all natural odds, BUT is now the Mama to a rare IVF miracle baby.
Kendra and her husband are waiting on their miracle, BUT they are drawing closer to God and each other. They are also blessed with medical insurance.
Dalia was given a 0%chance to conceive and is walking by faith, BUT she has 100% peace and is walking grateful.
Julie is a Mama to a baby in heaven, BUT is now 33 weeks pregnant with IVF twin baby girls.
Rachel was given a 0% chance of conceiving, BUT now has 2 beautiful and healthy IVF babies.
Amanda was diagnosed with PCOS, BUT is a Momma to a beautiful little boy through adoption.
Jalina was up against male infertility and recurrent miscarriage, BUT had a miracle healing and now has 3 rainbow babies.
Jessica and her husband were diagnosed with PCOS, Azospermia, and given a 0% chance to conceive, BUT she is the Mom to a beautiful little boy though IVF.
Beth has been waiting 7 years for her miracle babies, BUT she has so many amazing Godly women in her life because of this.
Brittany was told she has a 1% chance of conceiving naturally, BUT her 2 fur babies get all her attention.
Kaitlyn was given a 0% chance of conceiving naturally, BUT is now awaiting the arrival of miracle IVF twin boys.
Whitney is experiencing secondary infertility, BUT he did it once, and he can do it again!
Did you see that? All of these women were facing some sort of obstacle or roadblock in front of them, BUT GOD has turned it into a beautiful testimony or journey along the way. The amazing part is he still isn’t done. Their stories still aren’t over yet! Your story isn’t over yet. It’s still being written.
These women are living and breathing not letting their diagnosis define them. They are warriors!
AGAINST ALL ODDS he can perform a miracle.
Not the kind you have to beg him for, because you don’t. He’s not a one stop shop. Stop begging, and start whole heartedly believing.
He’s done it once, he can do it again.
He’s done it for them, so why not you?
He’s done it for me, why can’t he do it for you?
Why not you friend?