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Excerpts from He Remembers the Barren, Second Edition

“That discomfort everyone feels, that uneasy swirling in the pit of our stomachs whenever we see a woman crying over her childlessness, is the shadow of her cross. Its darkness falls across our face whenever we look at her, stand … Continue reading

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Get a Giclée Print of “Barren”

Looking for a Christmas gift idea? There’s still time to get a giclée print of Ed Riojas’ cover artwork from He Remembers the Barren. Giclée prints are the archival standard used by museums and galleries to reproduce fine art. Images are printed on Hahnemuehle fine … Continue reading

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Do I Need to be Fixed?

“I am thankful for my pastor and the Gospel he preaches to me: I am baptized into Christ. My value is in my Savior, not in my womb. I do not need to be fixed of my barrenness to be … Continue reading

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He Remembers the Barren is now available on Amazon

The updated and expanded second edition of He Remembers the Barren by Katie Schuermann is now available on Amazon, in both paperback and Kindle eBook formats! If you’re familiar with the first edition, you may be wonder-ing what’s different about … Continue reading

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“Every woman knows pain” – A review from Dawn Gaunt

My soul has not been pierced with the sword of barrenness. I cannot and will not pretend to understand that pain. The sword that pierces my own soul goes by a different name. Nonetheless, fruitful or barren, young or old, … Continue reading

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Katie Schuermann on KFUO Faith & Family

“Children are a heritage from Him, a gift, a reward, a blessing, a fruit. That is the language that He uses….We recognize things that are gifts from the Lord: food, family, shoes, house, home, our neighbors. Well, children are another … Continue reading

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Katie Schuermann on Issues, Etc.

Author Katie Schuermann tells how the cross of barrenness affects her and her husband, how others react to their childlessness, our culture’s misguided understanding of adoption, the god of fertility science, and how God uses crosses to strengthen faith and … Continue reading

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He Remembers the Barren is now available!

The revised and expanded second edition of He Remembers the Barren by Katie Schuermann is now available for shipment! Find details on purchasing, our bulk discount, how to get a giclee print, excerpts, and reviews here. “Rarely have I met a … Continue reading

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Prof. John Pless endorses He Remembers the Barren

“First published in 2011 and now out in an expanded second edition, Katie Schuermann’s He Remembers the Barren remains a powerful testimony marked to the author’s continuing struggle with barrenness, held within the firm confidence that all of life is … Continue reading

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A comment from Dr. Beverly Yahnke of Doxology

Dr. Beverly Yahnke, executive co-director of Doxology, regarding Katie Schuermann’s work and writing on barrenness: “I believe that she has done some important work to facilitate a conversation which is too often whispered with guilt and shame and too rarely … Continue reading

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