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Barren Women

A member of the Wellington Protestant Reformed Fellowship, but living on the South Island of NZ.  Dear Beacon Lights Editor: We have for many years been subscribers to, and keen readers of, your excellent magazine. Especially as, by the grace of God, we have raised four covenant children and learned, along with them, the doctrines […]

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A Barren Womb – A Reader Responds

Letter to the Editor To: Beacon Lights Concerning the “Gem of the Month”—“A Barren Womb.” To the women who wrote this, I have felt your pain and sense of loss. I was “infertile” as they say. It’s hard to explain the loss that is involved with this, the anger, the depression, the feeling that everyone […]

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A Barren Womb

Infertile, that is what they call me For my womb is barren you see. And although I am but twenty-three This label really bothers me.   “You’re still young” many have said, “You’ve got many childbearing years ahead.” But I’m filled with doubts and sorrow When I think about tomorrow.   The doctors put me […]

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Barren

I am a childless, barren woman. We are a childless, barren couple. How do we feel? There could never be enough words to explain. There could never be a person with enough time and patience to sit and listen quietly. It hurts. It places a feeling of loneliness, and sadness within our hearts. It gives […]

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