37 min

Hope + Help for Facing Infertility with Glenna Marshall Hope + Help Podcast

    • Religion & Spirituality

In this episode of The Hope + Help Project, Christine Chappell interviews author/writer Glenna Marshall on the topic of infertility, suffering, and her new book, "The Promise is His Presence: Why God is Always Enough." During the conversation, Glenna shares about her personal experiences with infertility, church hurt, and chronic illness, unpacking the devastating heartbreak of deferred hope and the dangers of basing our beliefs about God's goodness on whether or not he will give us "good" things. Glenna shares how her struggle with infertility negatively impacted church fellowship and personal friendships, gives suggestions on how to respond to seasons of spiritual dryness, and soothes sufferers with words of comfort for when the grief of barrenness feels all-consuming.

View the full show notes & links for this episode: https://wp.me/p6NcCC-Pu

The Hope + Help Project podcast offers compassionate biblical conversations about life's challenging problems. The purpose of the podcast is to share Christ-centered comfort and clarity for those seeking biblical solutions for the struggles they face. The podcast accomplishes this by offering a mix of interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics. Listeners can expect to receive biblical wisdom as well as practical steps for facing suffering, struggling and sin with courage and grace. Hosted by author/writer Christine M. Chappell. To learn more about the show and Christine's ministry, please visit faithfulsparrow.com/project.

To subscribe to Christine's weekly Christ-centered resources for those struggling, suffering, and supporting, visit faithfulsparrow.com/email.

The Hope + Help Project podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, and Spotify. Please don't keep the show a secret! If you know someone walking through a challenging season of life, please share The Hope + Help Project with them.

In this episode of The Hope + Help Project, Christine Chappell interviews author/writer Glenna Marshall on the topic of infertility, suffering, and her new book, "The Promise is His Presence: Why God is Always Enough." During the conversation, Glenna shares about her personal experiences with infertility, church hurt, and chronic illness, unpacking the devastating heartbreak of deferred hope and the dangers of basing our beliefs about God's goodness on whether or not he will give us "good" things. Glenna shares how her struggle with infertility negatively impacted church fellowship and personal friendships, gives suggestions on how to respond to seasons of spiritual dryness, and soothes sufferers with words of comfort for when the grief of barrenness feels all-consuming.

View the full show notes & links for this episode: https://wp.me/p6NcCC-Pu

The Hope + Help Project podcast offers compassionate biblical conversations about life's challenging problems. The purpose of the podcast is to share Christ-centered comfort and clarity for those seeking biblical solutions for the struggles they face. The podcast accomplishes this by offering a mix of interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics. Listeners can expect to receive biblical wisdom as well as practical steps for facing suffering, struggling and sin with courage and grace. Hosted by author/writer Christine M. Chappell. To learn more about the show and Christine's ministry, please visit faithfulsparrow.com/project.

To subscribe to Christine's weekly Christ-centered resources for those struggling, suffering, and supporting, visit faithfulsparrow.com/email.

The Hope + Help Project podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, and Spotify. Please don't keep the show a secret! If you know someone walking through a challenging season of life, please share The Hope + Help Project with them.

37 min

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