Item description for Meditations for the Expectant Mother: A Book of Inspiration for the Mother-To-Be by Helen Brenneman...
Overview Brenneman shares 30 devotional meditations that discuss the things a woman thinks about from the time she knows she has conceived until the birth of her child.
Publishers Description Writer and mother Helen Good Brenneman shares 30 devotional meditations that dis cuss the things a woman thinks about from the time she learns she is expecting until the birth of her child.
While the cover has been updated, the interior content purposely retains the original language and beautiful sentiments of the original author.
The Meditations series will appeal especially to traditional parents and mothers with a strong faith background who endeavor to raise their families in positive ways
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Studio: Herald Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.57" Width: 7.57" Height: 0.25" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2015
Publisher Herald Press
ISBN 0836115678 ISBN13 9780836115673
Availability 51 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 08:46.
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Meditations for the Expectant Mother Aug 28, 2005
This book has been around for over 30 years. I continue to buy it for my pregnant friends. They are always blessed by the readings and the facts presented about their babies. Fathers can enjoy this as well - especially when expecting a 1st child.
Cozy, old-fashioned and reassuring Jul 8, 2001
I often give this book as a pregnancy gift for Christian friends. Its quaint illustrations and sentimental poems and meditations are lovely. There's something for every expectant mother: first baby, last baby, surprise baby, anticipated baby, girl baby or boy baby. I loved reading this book to soothe my anxious moments as an expectant mother, and it's a comfort that I like to share with my friends.
What kind of Mother will I be? Jan 25, 2000
I received this book from my Grandmother when I found out I was pregnant with my son. Reading through the pages was such a comfort for me; for you see, I am married to a sailor, and the birth of our son was very close to my husband going to sea and being gone 6 months. I had all the questions, concerning "can I do it alone?" and "do I really want a baby right now?" This book and a whole lot of prayer got us through. My son is now 20 years old. I am so glad the book is still in print, for I am now going to pass on the wisdom to a new generations of "Moms".