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Are You Struggling with Infertility or Pregnancy Loss?

You’re not alone. We are here for you during this difficult time, providing encouragement, support, and information.


Infertility and Pregnancy Loss Blog

Many couples are walking the difficult road of infertility and here, through the blog, they share their stories, encouragement, and insight. Also, subscribe to our bi-monthly eNewsletter featuring insightful articles, events, resources, and more by e-mailing step@bethany.org.

Discussion Forums

Make new friends in this supportive, loving online community. You can share ideas, pray for each other, and tell your story in a safe and caring place. Discussion topics include pregnancy loss, ethics, marriage, and primary and secondary infertility.

Bethany’s Store

Find helpful resources about infertility, pregnancy loss, and adoption.

Considering Adoption?

You may be in the middle of infertility treatment and are not ready to think about adoption. Or you may have decided to remain a family of two—at least for now. We understand. However, we know that God does lead many infertile couples to consider adoption. Whatever your decision or questions, our staff is ready to help you find answers.

Infertility Resources

Dancing Upon Barren Land
A ministry for fertility-challenged women that provides inspiration and support.

Hannah's Prayer Ministries
Provides Christian support for infertility or the loss of a child any time from conception through early infancy.

Sarah's Laughter
Biblical encouragement for those struggling with infertility.

RESOLVE
A national infertility organization with a nationwide network of chapters that provides education, advocacy, and support.

Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Resources

Caleb Ministries
A Christian ministry offering help for women who have experienced infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death and for those who have gone through an abortion.

Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death
A Christian nonprofit organization that reaches out to those who have lost a child to miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death.