Supernatural Childbirth

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Harrison House Publishers, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 125 pages
34 Reviews
"When I refer to supernatural childbirth, I'm talking strictly about being able to conceive and to have babies with a pregnancy free from nausea, morning sickness, pain, moodiness, depression and without fear of any kind; then going through the entire labor without pain, and through the delivery without stitches and anesthetic. I'm talking about using the Word of God to overcome, change and make things better"--Page 22.
 

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A Great Faith Book

User Review  - Gina - Christianbook.com

I keep this book at my bed side. It is a must have to stand on the promises of God. I had it for my first pregnancy. I am now believing God for my next pregnancy because I was told I would not be able ... Read full review

Must Have!!!

User Review  - Katie - Christianbook.com

If anyone is thinking they ever might want to have a baby this is a must grab book! The reliance on God and speaking to your own body that Supernatural Childbirth teaches is priceless! I read this ... Read full review

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Contents

Foreword by Lindsay Roberts
7
Introduction by Terry Mize
15
What Does God Say?
27
How Does It Work?
33
What Should I Say?
43
Can I Be a Joyful Mother of Children?
49
Face the Issue
59
Conclusion
65
Epilogue by Terry Mize
89
Confessions and Prayers
95
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About the author (1993)

Jackie Mize ministers alongside her husband, Terry, as traveling missionaries around the globe. She was told that she could never have children naturally and, as a result, fully understands that her four children--who travel with their parents in ministry--are a gift from God. Jackie is a founder of the Missions Committee of the International Convention of Faith Ministries is a board member of Victory Missions Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Mizes make their home in Texarkana, Texas.

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