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Hold Onto Hope: Stories of Black Women's Fertility, Faith, and Fight to Become Mothers

by Stacey Edwards-Dunn. Shiloh's World Publishing, July 2017.

This book is full of stories of women dealing with infertility, especially women of color. The reader will find joy, sorrow and immense hope along with practical faith-based tools to help either themselves or someone else.

Offerings

personal stories with a focus on the Black woman's unique journey through infertility, practical faith-based support tools, engenders hope

Best For

women and couples going though infertility, especially people of color; clergy and leaders of all faiths

Cost

purchase as an ebook

Suggested Uses

  • Clergy and faith leaders will gain insight, understanding, compassion, empathy and practical tools for helping families dealing with infertility.
  • Women who are dealing with infertility can connect with others on the same journey via personal stories shared in the book.

About the Contributor

Contributor
Shellie Riggs Jordan

Shellie Riggs Jordan is the director of the Southeast Center for Congregations. She is a resource consultant to congregations and has 25 years of experience working with youth, young adults and children's ministries.

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