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Twenty Years of Infertility Cannot Stop God's Plan

Contact: Abigail Davidson, Publicist, WinePress Publishing Group, 360-802-9758, abigail@winepressgroup.com

ENUMCLAW, Wash., Aug. 13 /Christian Newswire/ -- For 20 years LaMonda Hopman tried every avenue known to medical science (except invitro fertilization) but with no success. Infertility affects 10-15% of couples within childbearing age, and the chances of conceiving drops dramatically as the woman ages. The medical probability was nil that LaMonda would conceive at age 39--after the pills and shots of her doctors had failed. Her womb was like Sarah's, but--like Sarah--God brought life into her. Against all odds, LaMonda conceived a healthy son, then three years later, a daughter.

LaMonda Hopman had medical issues since she reached puberty. She had an intense desire for children that remained unfulfilled. Then she was thrown into a nightmare of events that led to a painful divorce. While she was homeless and jobless, God gave her a miraculous passing grade on her nursing boards. Then--though she was no longer married--he healed her womb. After watching a pastor on television one night, she felt an electrical charge going up and down her abdomen. Shortly after that and ever since, her menstrual cycles have been perfectly normal.

LaMonda says:
"Whether you are believing God for the birth of a child or adoption, believe, no matter how long it takes or what things look like in the natural. God's grace is greater than our failures and His mercy endures forever. I see this every day when looking in the beautiful faces of my children."

Through her nursing career, God brought Steven Hopman into her life, but racial barriers came into play. LaMonda is African American, and Steven is Caucasian. As she fasted and prayed, God tore down the racial barriers, so they could be married. That same month, she conceived their son and later a daughter.

LaMonda Hopman has taught women's Bible studies including women in prison. She currently works as a emergency room nurse and a mentor for the Christian Women's Job Corp. Her story is heartfelt and real. It will encourage and bless all who hear it.

For more information, a review copy, or to schedule interviews, contact Abigail Davidson by phone at 360-802-9758, by email at abigail@winepressgroup.com, or by fax at 360-802-5748.  To order "Sarah's Child" call 1-877-421-7323, order online at www.pleasantwordbooks.com or visit your local bookstore.