For National Infertility Awareness Week
MEET THE AUTHORS
Whitney Henneman is a wife, mom, and infertility survivor living in Orlando, FL. After struggling with unexplained infertility and endometriosis for 4 years, she conceived and gave birth to her miracle baby, Selah, through IVF. The founder of Hope Infertility Support Group, she is a passionate leader following God's call on her life to encourage women in the throes of infertility, miscarriage, and child loss.
Betsy writes from Hawaii, where she recharges by exploring beaches, soaking up the sun, and enjoying the clear blue ocean. She likes telling about the ways God has surprised her with small joys and given her grace for long waits. Betsy encourages others to put their hope in Him regardless of what they're going through.
Traci McCombs is a best-selling author, a seasoned analyst at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and an active-duty Army Spouse. After back-to-back miscarriages and the discovery of balanced Robertsonian translocation and cancer, she decided to write about her experience to help the unique and often misunderstood 1 in 4 community.
Christina Oberon is an island girl at heart, having been born and raised in Hawaii before moving to California where she met her husband, Kevin. Being the seventh of eleven children, she dreamed of having her own family one day but didn't realize she would experience four years of infertility and multiple rounds of fertility treatments before finally conceiving her son (Kai) via IVF. She developed a passion for helping others in need and used her struggles to write a book of hope for other women to navigate the complicated emotions that come with infertility, as well as a children's book to honor all the miracle IVF babies out there.
When Stephanie O'Hara was experiencing her first miscarriage, she went to a popular retail chain to find a book that would comfort, encourage and support her. When she asked he store clerk for the section on Infertility and Miscarriages, she gave Stephanie a blank stare and told her it was "an odd request". She was shocked, especially when she learned about the number of women who were sharing the same struggle. For anyone who needs a friend to lean on while she is experiencing the loneliness and anxiety associated with overcoming infertility, Angel Wings is Stephanie's gift to you.
In between the births of my children, I had two miscarriages. It was painful. Emotionally and physically. So I started the quest to write a book for women who’ve experienced this type of devastation. The culmination of this is a 31-day devotional that walks alongside women as they navigate the journey of loss. It is full of real-talk + the hope of Christ.
Elizabeth Laing Thompson is the author of many books, including When God Says, "Wait" and All the Feels. She writes at ElizabethLaingThompson.com about clinging to Christ through the chaos of daily life, using her own struggles—especially her walk through infertility and miscarriage—to encourage others. As a speaker and novelist, Elizabeth loves finding humor in holiness and hope in heartache. She lives in North Carolina with her preacher husband and four miracle children.
Elizabeth Laing Thompson
April 18th - April 24th 2021
Head over to Instagram and follow these seven amazing Christian Infertility Authors!
Like the book-a-day giveaway post and share it with friends. Tag friends for extra entries (1 tag = 1 entry). POST WILL GO LIVE APRIL 18th and the contest will close April 24th at 12 PM EST. Go ahead and start following these amazing women to learn more.
Want to learn more about these books? Listen to the author's LIVE on IG. The talk begins Tuesday, April 20th at 12 PM EST.
All seven winners will be announced April 24th at 5 PM EST