In this day and age of healthful living, Natural Family Planning provides many benefits which not only ensure healthy living, this remarkable method of birth regulation is also environmentally friendly and promotes authentic marital love. Here are just a few of the many benefits of NFP:
NFP is safe.
There are no harmful side effects for either the husband or wife. It is completely safe, 100 percent natural and it involves no potentially harmful devices or drugs.
NFP is healthy.
There are no pills, invasive procedures, long-term drugs. Women who use NFP know more about their bodies and can discover health problems sooner.
NFP is effective.
NFP can be 99 percent effective in avoiding pregnancy when there is serious need to do so. The beauty of NFP is that it can also assist some couples in achieving much-wanted pregnancies without chemicals and operations.
NFP costs very little to use.
This is especially helpful in this economy. Other than the cost of the course, materials and the replacement of thermometers, NFP costs very little to use over a couple’s 20 or 30 years of fertility, compared to purchasing condoms, diaphragms, Pills and other chemicals or operations.
NFP is environmentally friendly.
NFP does no harm to the environment. Charts can be recycled and there are no chemicals or other devices used.
NFP is marriage insurance.
In a study done by the Couple to Couple League, couples who used NFP had a less than two percent risk of divorce compared to the national secular average of 50 percent.
NFP fosters authentic marital love and allows a couple to love as Christ loves: freely, totally, faithfully and fruitfully.
NFP is morally acceptable to all faiths.
NFP works with irregular cycles.
NFP is not like the old rhythm method, which depended on regular cycles. NFP’s charting system works with a woman’s present signs of fertility.
My husband and I currently teach NFP online. For more information, contact us at info (at) fullquiverpublishing.com or leave a comment below.
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Text and cartoon copyright 2011 Ellen Gable Hrkach/FQP
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I just love the cartoons, Ellen! I guess they are your husband’s work? He is very talented. God bless. Oh! Your posts are excellent too. I always enjoying visiting and reading!
Thanks, Sue! I always enjoy your visits! Yes, the cartoons are my husband’s work. I come up with the ideas and he draws them. It’s a collaboration! Thanks again for visiting…God bless you and your family!
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