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"I have read the few books that exist about embryo adoption. This book makes a unique contribution: helping people really envision themselves as adoptive parents. Birt helps prospective adoptive parents become psychologically healthy to prepare for adoption, with profound advice on topics such as how to explain your story to other people in front of your children. Anyone considering embryo adoption, or working in the field of artificial reproductive technology should read this book." -- Daniel Nehrbass, Ph.D., President of Nightlight Christian Adoptions "
"God made life to be good, purposeful and precious. We cannot deny this fact for any form of life. These precious souls ... need the voice of Frozen, But Not Forgotten to plead their case and educate the world." -- Dana Marrs Carrozza, Co-Founder, Sacred Selections
"Nate and Julie showed an immense love and generosity when they adopted the embryo of their little Phoebe. However, it is even more admirable that they have now decided to share their experience. We could write a book filled with love, devotion and gratitude to life from every child born thanks to the adoption of embryos." -- Dr. Marisa López-Teijón, CEO at Institut Marquès assisted reproduction center, driver of the first European embryo adoption program
"Embryo adoption is simply not discussed in the church today, leading to scant Christian resources and bewilderment. Nate Birt has written a storyline on his family's adoptive process that is captivating. This unique and practical book is a timely resource to equip church leaders and prospective adoptive parents to walk through this confusing subject with sound wisdom." -- Daniel J. Hurst, Ph.D., Cahaba Family Medicine Residency
" Frozen, But Not Forgotten is a comprehensive overview of the embryo donation and adoption process. Written by an adopting dad, it gives the reader a hands on feel for how the process works, while addressing issues and hurdles that are all part of the journey. A great embryo adoption guideline, and we will offer this to our families as another resource." -- Maria D. Lancaster, President and Co-Founder, Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park
" Nate Birt has written one of the most important pro-life stories of our generation, revealing to parents that each frozen embryo created through in vitro fertilization is, in fact, a precious baby with its own individual DNA. Families that place these babies for adoption are heroes. "Frozen, But Not Forgotten" guides parents through the joys and challenges of embryo adoption--and sheds light on the unintended consequences of our society's embrace of assisted reproductive technology. Like Birt, I seek a world in which each of these children has a home--and in which this book becomes a footnote in history because no frozen embryos remain." -- Nick Loeb, Film Director: "Roe v. Wade"