Q & A’s
Your Questions Answered!
Here is a list of readers' questions answered...
What is a Supernatural Childbirth?
What is my definition of a ‘SUPERNATURAL CHILDBIRTH’?
Initially, I would want to say it is a birth that is perfect and that speaks of abundant life…BUT that is just because of my personality (I like things to be perfect and I am passionate about abundant life).
A more accurate definition is this: A SUPERNATURAL CHILDBIRTH is when a woman experience a birth and the birthing process in such a way as is clearly beyond her own natural ability; where she can see and know that the hand of God was in it, and enabled her to experience life and peace to any degree that led to the supernatural.
THE SUPERNATURAL: What is spirit (the things of God), everything we have (by faith) in Christ, experienced in this world (physically manifested).
This definition is by no means all inclusive and I am sure as we grow in our understanding, it will grow too.
What does Birthing God's Way believe?
For a detailed list of what we believe, please see ‘What We Believe’
Is Birthing God's Way associated with Terry Mize Ministries?
No, we are not associated with Terry Mize Ministries, but we do appreciate Jackie’s work and endorse her book, Supernatural Childbirth.
We also have a Facebook Community under the same name that aims to provide support and encouragement to all woman who are pursuing the abundant life available in Christ.
For more information on who we are and what we do visit our About Us page.
Where can I get a copy of Jackie Mize's book, 'Supernatural Childbirth'?
Jackie’s book is available on Amazon or via Terry Mize Ministries, www.terrymizeministries.org/sncb.php
Do you have any published materials by Birthing God's Way?
No we don’t. We also do not have any in the pipeline at the moment but we do have a pdf. booklet, Experiencing God When You Are On Your Own, that is available for download on our home page.
What version of the Bible do you use and why?
We mainly use the King James Version of the Bible, along with the New King James.
For an in depth look of the versions of the Bible and why we choose the aforementioned versions, see our article ‘What Version of the Bible We Use And Why’.
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