Author Discusses the Blessings Disguised in Shortcomings, Unmet Expectations and Infertility

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Nnenna Okoro chronicles the 14-years of struggles that shaped her faith

When faced with a loss or failure, it is natural to let the feelings of defeat override any comforting idea that “everything happens for a reason.” Nnenna Okoro faced 14 years of disappointment on the way to conceiving a child, but never lets those losses waver her belief that she was following her God-given destiny.

Instead of focusing on the setbacks, Nnenna views her trials and tribulations as blessings dispatched from God on route to a greater plan. She shares her personal journey of childbearing, and her unwavering trust in God, with her memoir, “The Gift of Infertility.”

Nnenna presents an honest and open account of her long-standing intention to conceive a child, as well as the losses that accompanied that desire. She relates her battle with infertility to readers’ unmet desires and expectations, reassuring them that complications and obstacles are part of God’s will. Nnenna preaches a message of hope throughout “The Gift of Infertility” and urges readers to push through their pain, failures and grief in order to reach their divine destiny.

“God has a divine assignment for each of our lives,” Nnenna said. “The Gift of Infertility is about learning to accept and appreciate that assignment, even when it does not align with our personal desires. God’s plan is always bigger than our pain.”

Nnenna proudly displays her strong faith in God, showcasing a willingness to trust in his guidance despite her struggles. For more information on the author and book, please visit

“The Gift of Infertility”
By Nnenna Okoro
ISBN: 9781512749588 (hardcover), 9781512749564 (softcover), 9781512749571 (e-book)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Westbow Press

About the author
Nnenna Okoro has leadership experience in ministry and continues to search for a deeper relationship with God while seeking his will. Her professional expertise is in financial services and she works with three international finance institutions. She is also a Sloan Fellow with degrees in finance, leadership and strategy and currently reside in Largos, Nigeria.

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