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Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Charisma Media
Publication Date: 2011
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Inspired by the women she has ministered to, author and minister, Jean Warner shares a special message for women facing fertility problems. With God's love and promises, this message of hope and faith in God's promises will give birth to life, which in turn, can result in miracles.
Women will be encouraged by testimonies from other women about how God brought life back to their wombs and testimonies from parents who are eager to share their stories of struggles and miracles. Learn from the examples of women in the Bible who thought they never would have a child, but never gave up on His promises.
Jean Warner has been used of God in mighty
ways. You will be blessed and encouraged
when you read the revelation of the Word
of the Lord presented in this book. Dont be
surprised when you find yourself giving birth
to natural children, spiritual children, and
dreams and visions!
Rev. Stephanie Lawson
BRIDGE Ministries, Inc.
In Gods Fertility Clinic, Jean Warner has
captured Gods plans for the miracle of life.
God is more excited about creative miracles
then we are. If the desire of your heart is to
have children and a miracle is what you are
praying for, then this book has been ordained
In the Bible, a woman who could not have
children experienced two types of pain:
feeling overlooked by God, and failing in her
duty as a wife. Jean Warner has been used
of God to heal many, and her passion is for
barren women. Many have experienced the
joy of having a child through her ministry.
This book will have you believing in Gods
miracles in others lives as well as your own.
Pastor Young Gil Kim
Buena Park, California