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Book Review of The Castaways by Lani Axman

By Sarah H. | April 22, 2016

We have learned much about life after death. Sarah Hinze leads us into the next great area of research–the study of where we come from. –Elizabeth Kubler-Ross Three years ago I gave away three copies of The Memory Catcher, Sarah Hinze’s remarkable memoir. For over twenty-five years, Sarah has conducted extensive research and thousands of…

The story of Patricia Sandoval

By Sarah H. | April 16, 2016

  The amazing story of Patricia Sandoval.     I was a very happy young girl. I was blessed with wonderful loving parents, I felt safe in my home. But my parents never taught me about moral values, they didn’t teach me about God and they never talked to me about sexuality, they never told…

Thank you to all Willing Mothers

By Sarah H. | April 11, 2016

In my book The Castaways I write about Willing Mothers.  I share an experience from a wonderful woman by the name of Cherie Logan.

A Tribe in Africa

By Sarah | April 9, 2016

I love this story. I use it almost every time I speak, because it is the perfect way to introduce the cultural impact of an announcing dream.  Announcing dreams teach us that we are eternal beings and come from another realm, a heavenly realm, before we are born.  Life is sacred–we are sacred.  We have…

Happy International Women’s Day-Free Gift

By Sarah H. | March 8, 2016

The Powerful Bond between Mothers and their Children In a few days I will travel to New York City to join with Big Ocean Women from around the world to represent Faith, Family, and Motherhood at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Conference.  While there I will be handing out my books…

Book Review of The Castaways, 2015

By Sarah | March 1, 2016

Spiritual Accounts of Aborted Souls: Additional Support for the Pro-life Movement By Carolina Allen · January 22, 2016 After the Roe vs Wade court ruling on January 22, 1973, many believed the abortion debate to be categorically over. However the pro-life movement has since been steadily picking up steam. With the cultural and political trial…

Joy is the Gift God Pours Out

By Sarah H. | February 20, 2016

Recently I was reminded, again, about one of the joys that comes with being a mother.  As you know if you follow Sarah’s work, she is the mother of nine children.  I am also a mother of what some people think is a large family – I have seven children.  My four oldest are adults; three…

A Life is Spared

By Sarah | January 23, 2016

This story is from my new book The Castaways.  It is available on Amazon Books, the Kindle Edition and paperback. A Life Is Spared Returning home from a speaking assignment one day, Brent and I were tired and excited to be reunited with our children. We were just getting readjusted to the hustle and bustle…

What Can Mary teach us about the pregnant unwed girl?

By Sarah H. | January 14, 2016

  I can’t imagine a more frightening experience.  It was a time when you could be stoned for adultery.   If a man marries a girl who is claimed to be a virgin, and then finds that she is not, “they shall bring the girl to the entrance of her father’s house and there her…

Sisters, You Are Deceived

By Sarah H. | December 23, 2015

Dear Readers, I’d like to introduce my guest blogger, Laura Lofgreen.  She’s been blogging for years at My Dear Trash about her love of turning trash into treasures.  If you see a resemblance to me, you’re right! She’s my daughter and a wonderful mother to six beautiful children.  She has had numerous pre-birth experiences and…