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by Jennifer A Vanderlaan

  • Author: Jennifer A Vanderlaan
  • ISBN: 0976554100
  • ISBN13: 978-0976554103
  • ePub: 1150 kb | FB2: 1713 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Birthing Naturally (March 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 84
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 804
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The Lord of Birth ePub download

This book will help women to see the areas in the pregnancy and birthing processes where getting information in advance can help them to make educated decisions about what to do.

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The process of pregnancy and giving birth doesn't change because you are a Christian, but he way you handle the challenges of this special . The Lord of Birth : Devotional Bible Study for Pregnancy. by Jennifer A.

The Lord of Birth : Devotional Bible Study for Pregnancy.

The process of pregnancy and giving birth doesn't change because you are a Christian, but he way you handle the challenges of this special time does. The Lord of Birth helps you dig into what the Bible has to say about being pregnant and encourages you to use this spiritually fertile time to grow closer to God. show more. Format Paperback 84 pages. About the Author: Jennifer Vanderlaan is a childbirth educator and doula living in upstate New York.

As part of her work, she provides culturally appropriate childbirth education materials for Christian families. We are currently working through 40 days of Psalms for labor. Lord of Birth 40 Weeks Christian Childbirth Handbook Christian Childbirth Workbook Teaching Christian Childbirth.

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The process of pregnancy and giving birth doesn't change because you are a Christian, but he way you handle the challenges of this special time does. The Lord of Birth helps you dig into what the Bible has to say about being pregnant and encourages you to use this spiritually fertile time to grow closer to God.
Anarawield
So far loving this book. I tried doing natural birthday with my first two but used what this book describes as my own power. I am so excited to lean on my God and have Him be apart of my next birth. I'm so grateful for the questions and examples in the first few chapters. Absolutely would like to try natural again and I know scripture and understanding how God is a part of this process is going to be the best thing in my brain as I'm pregnant and also in labor.
Fenrinos
I'm a childbirth educator who currently teaches in the hospital setting in the Seattle area, home of DONA and all things humanist and femenist when it comes to childbirth. I believe I'm being called to provide a Christian alternative which led me to this book. I found the chapter describing hospital classes to be very negative. I teach women to trust their bodies, that they were made for birth and that comfort measures, breathing techniques, and interventions are just
tools. The chapter made it sound like any class that is not a Christian childbirth class is "pagan", "new age" or promotes idolatry. This is just not true. The only problem is that I'm not able to give God the Glory.
I found the other chapters to be strongly written to the negative and not very encouraging or uplifting. It is possible that I'm reacting to a difference of theology. I beleive that God is bigger than what most people think and that when we fear man more that God, grace is forgotten. I will not be incorporating this book in my class.
Exellent
This is a Bible-based look at why mothers have the special and especially painful task of childbirth. It is encouraging and useful for both a non-believer who is seeking an answer to why God allowed the pregnancy in the first place, and a special read for believers who want to prepare for the God-designed and ordained birth of their baby.
Captain America
I used this book as a devotional during pregnancy. It was such a special time feeling this little life growing inside of me and this devotional was a great way to connect with God.
September
Every pregnant woman or woman that is thinking about becoming pregnant needs this book! I absolutely loved it. Our society puts so much negativity on birth and this book just really gives the reader peace and the confidence that they need in order to go through this blessed journey that God created for us.
Uranneavo
My mom loves it, she gives it them away all the time and has to order more. She says it's great!
Manarius
As a childbirth instructor, I have used this workbook in my classes. It is GREAT. It is very thought provoking. If you are a Christian and are expecting a baby, you should be using this workbook. You will be led to examine the questions "does God care that I'm pregnant?," "Why does labor hurt?," "Where am I putting my faith--in God or in man?" You will be challenged to "invite God to your baby's birth."
This book should be read not only by the expectant mother or woman thinking of conceiving, but by teen girls, teen boys, and husbands. As a grandmother, I think the spiritual condition of the parents is vital to both the pre- and post-birth of a child.

This book encourages the reader to draw closer to God.

This book will help women to see the areas in the pregnancy and birthing processes where getting information in advance can help them to make educated decisions about what to do.

The spiritual concepts covered in this book reach farther than just the birthing process. This book gets to the fundamental core issues of Christianity. Do you trust God? Is your faith in Him?

This book helps the reader to see how fear is used to diminish joy and increase suffering not only during pregnancy and childbirth, but in every aspect of one's life.

I appreciate that the author has personal experience and education in what is being discussed, and that she wrestled with all the ideas and concepts put forth in this book.

What is even more exciting to me about this book, is that the spiritual discipline one can develop by doing the study will carry over into the raising up of the beloved child. What a blessing from God.

I wish this book had been available during my six pregnanancies. I know the results the medical interventions had on my body. To find out now there could have been another method used is depressing.
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