Many times the idea and concept of birthing in the theatre as against the delivery room has been termed lazy, called an abomination, not birthing like the Hebrew women and worse of all a sin.

The African culture is one where it is believed that a woman should give birth all by herself without any intervention. This cultural belief has silently crept into the church and now you have the stigmatization being openly expressed and even have Pastors not consenting to such and having innocent lives lost in the process.

So many women have ended up in the here after and left many men widowers and children motherless. So many mothers have lost children they have carried for 9month or have these innocent children born with one or more preventable medical condition.

You may ask, why this awareness, why now? And what’s the goal?

  • WHY? To enlighten and put to death the ignorance been transferred from generations to generations that has caused many, one loss or another. To see many women who can’t birth via their vagina see caesarean section as an option and a choice.
  • WHY NOW? The increasing rate of maternal death at childbirth especially among Bible believing christians is too high.
  • GOAL. To enlighten, convince and encourage AT LEAST ONE woman, that having her baby via caesarean section is NOT a sin.

I have gotten some women who have gone this route tell us at Beautiful Life Corner their stories, some of whom are Pastors. These stories would be published every day till the end of February.

A very BIG thank you to these awesome women. Your stories are phenomenal and I am so excited for those beautiful miracles you have given the world in such a supernatural way.

Please as you go on to read these stories shortly, I ask that you do me one little Favour – share to your contacts and friends. Let them feel free to re-share. While this is just the beginning of this awareness, we look forward to many beautiful miracles birthed the supernatural way and many lives (mother and child) saved.

To read up our first story in this series, click here.

Thanks you and God’s blessings.

Published by Phebe

Hello, I'm Phebe! (Pronounced "fee bee") My friends call me Phebs or Phebet! I wear many hats (Wife, Mom, Architect, Designer, Business owner and so on) and I try to blend them beautifully by God’s Grace.

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