This prayer page is a place of sincere, deep, and meditative prayer for babies worldwide. Families with premature, ill, or very sick babies are invited to send their prayer needs and a picture, if possible, of the baby to be placed on this page. Women contemplating having an abortion vs. choosing life for their baby are asked to share their difficulties in making that decision. Any woman or family member experiencing a crisis or high-risk pregnancy is invited to share their prayer needs. This is a place of prayer not counsel. All that is needed to receive our prayers is to tell us what you are going through.
This page is a prayer network of churches, Christian organizations, prayer sites, prayer groups, and loving individuals walking in Christ’s light established to pray fervently. We will PRAY LIKE HANNAH DID, for each and every baby, mother, or family member that is added to this page. The people who create this network know how powerful prayer is and that it works. We invite you to pray with us. Prayer changes situations. Prayer changes lives. Through prayer miracles happen.
We do not know God’s plan and accept however He answers our prayers, but we do believe He answers us just as He answered Hannah. She was told she would never have a child, but she did not accept that. She prayed for and was given a son who she named Samuel.
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
Sunday, May 22, 2011
This is keith Alicia's husband. She asked me to post this on this group. Caylin has been going in and out of heart failure all afternoon since they repaired the hole in her heart and the 2 in intestines. right now they are giving her a slim chance of surviving. Her mom is holding her hoping we can make it longer but its looking really bad.
Saturday, May 21, 2011
Prayers for health, comfort, strength, faith, and help in making difficult decisions. Share this and lets get a Preemie Prints prayer chain going ♥
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Little Maggie needs our prayers. She was born prematurely with health issues and has had good days and bad days since birth as usual with the NICU roller coaster. Yesterday was not a good day. Her doctors are concerned her liver is failing and she has been requiring more oxygen in the past two days. Her liver is a list of many other organs that are not functioning properly. Please pray for Maggie and pray for her parents as they face this extremely difficult battle.
Her father's beautiful prayer:
"Just a quick update: Aara is critically ill, has been since Monday. She has been requiring higher vent support and oxygen and her lungs collapsed yesterday and today. Today her O2 went down to 83 and her saturations are much better. She is on antibiotics, and a slew of medications for hypertension, etc. She is still eating, and voiding well. Please take a quick moment to pray for her recovery and her homecoming."
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
"Just got word that a friend of pits from our stay at the NICU lost their baby boy this morning. It breaks my heart his mama was such a great woman. Just brought me to tears. Please keep Baby Corbin and his family in your prayers"
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Sunday, May 8, 2011
So I just woke up...in a hospital bed! Happy mothers day wkd-I had a seizure and mild heart attack and my mom found me passed out-I will be here for awhile, I have been diagnosed with eclampsia-had my mom not found me when she did I wouldn't be here to write this! It' tried to kill mr while pregnant and eclampsia is what sets in afterwards-trying to kill me now. I didnt feel right since having the twins but just didnt bother with it thought 2 pregnancies in one yr just hit me hard. I never stopped bleeding from it either, so they have me going in tomorrow to have the piece of my placenta removed that is causing it all. Really im in shock I cant believe this happened to me! Im ok for now thank god it could have been worse and may get that way. My mom called 911 and she brought my laptop knowing I need love and support-from you guys! (From Sarah Doyle)