Complementing the widespread information on “life after death” found in many near-death experience accounts and in ancient texts (including the Bible), Sarah presents evidence in all of her books for “life before life” through accounts of rebirth experiences.
The Memory Catcher is a precious, uplifting story as well as a study of prebirth angels. I thoroughly enjoyed it. This book is intimate, humble, picturesque, so that all things are visible through Sarah and Laura’s words—they write like an angel appears—always bridging two worlds.
–Carolyn Webb, Ph.D.
Newly revised and updated, The Memory Catcher was first published in 2012. For more than three decades, Sarah Hinze's groundbreaking research on prebirth experiences has provided solid evidence that children not yet born can warn, protect and enlighten us from another plane of existence. She has compiled hundreds of accounts that tell of heavenly encounters between parents and their soon-to-be-born children.
As a young girl in Tennessee, Sarah learned to sense when angels were near. She eventually fell in love with Brent, who shared her belief in heaven. A year after their wedding, she held their first baby and realized that some of the angels she had felt nearby had been her own unborn children announcing it was their time to be born.
After a series of personal challenges, including losing a baby to miscarriage, Sarah began to feel prompted that God wanted her to write about unborn children. Was it possible that other mothers had received similar experiences?
Sarah decided to send requests for stories of unborn children to many publications across the USA. Within a few weeks, a mother contacted her and said, “I saw my unborn daughter and I want to tell you about it.” Soon word spread and Sarah was collecting memories from around the world and publishing books about them.
Now, with the help of her daughter Laura and her husband Brent, Sarah shares key experiences that shaped her belief in God, her willingness to follow His direction for her life, and set her on course to become the Memory Catcher, one of the world’s greatest advocates
Some of the most profound questions humans have asked are: “Who am I? Why am I here? Where did I come from? What happens after death?”
Personal accounts in Memories of Heaven suggest exciting answers to these questions, especially where we come from before we are born.
These memories are messages from our true Home and offer a glimpse of the eternal nature of each human being. Discover exciting mysteries most of us have no memory of, including glorious gardens, buildings, and fountains; friends and family and the promises we made to them, and the many ways we prepared for our lives on earth.
These memories will open your eyes and heart to your true worth, your limitless potential, and how completely you are loved. Discover who you really are, where you came from, why you are here and where you are going. And maybe a few of your own memories of life before birth will awaken within you.
The Announcing Dream (2016)
This work, originally published as Coming From the Light (1997) and republished as We Lived In Heaven (2006) is a great introduction to the Pre-Birth Experience. tT is a remarkable collection of accounts of families who have had the opportunity to meet the souls of their sons and daughters before they were born. Read about the vivid memories of life in heaven by young children, and dramatic stories of prayers answered by guardian angels who watch over us. Discover:
* A letter from a mother to her son, whom she gave up for adoption, telling him of the dream that guided her through that painful decision.
* A kidnapped child who survived her ordeal by the guiding hand of the baby sister who would be born years later.
* A little boy's memory of being brought to earth by his grandfather--a man he never knew.
* A woman's vision of a child in a garden, and the powerful certainty that he was her son, waiting his turn to come into this world.
Sarah Hinze's own personal pre-birth experiences complete this inspiring collection, which radiates a universal sense of peace, joy, and hope that touches us all.
When a troubled three-year-old boy began telling his parents about being in the tummy of his "other mommy," to his parents it seemed nothing more than a childhood fantasy. But his supposed memories only grew more vivid, as did his love and longing for the mother he felt he had lost. Little could anyone imagine the astonishing revelation that would come several years later when he met a friend of the family! This remarkable book tells his story and that of many like him.
This 15th anniversary edition of The Castaways, updated with many never-before-published accounts of pre-birth experiences and the latest research, examines what happens to souls who attempt to come to the earth but are blocked through abortion.
In analyzing collected accounts, a sampling of which are in The Castaways, a surprising picture emerges of what may be happening to the spirits of those aborted--the castaways.Available on Amazon.
This is Sarah's second in her series of pre-birth experience books, which is currently out of print. Look for it later this year under the same name, published by Three Orchard Productions.
Sarah, with her husband, Brent, began to notice one particular pattern among the PBE accounts they continued to gather: Accounts that dealt in some manner with the grief and loss of miscarriage, stillbirths, adoption and abortion which were both heart-wrenching and healing at the same time.
For over 15 years, The Castaways, which was self-published by the Hinzes, has been sold internationally at bookstores and conferences. It has been adopted as a resource at various social services centers and private counseling practices. Content from this book has been an effective tool in lobbying against partial birth abortion at the state level, in national policy meetings, and at international conferences. It has been distributed to United Nations' family-friendly delegates at World Family Policy Center meetings and various international conferences. International non-governmental grassroots and interfaith organizations have used this book to change hearts.
If you have lost a child, or are trying to conceive a child, or cannot bear children, this book will provide enlightenment, hope, and healing. You will see that relationships can be eternal and God's grace can provide rewarding surprises along the way.
This was published by Simon & Schuster in 1997 and is now out of print. It was republished in 2016 by Three Orchard Productions under the title, The Announcing Dream.
The book that started it all! Sarah's first hardcover book was published by Cedar Fort, Inc. in 1993. This is the earliest incarnation of what has been recently published under the title, The Announcing Dream.
(Sept 2019) A pawn in a game of battling kingdoms, Ada de Warenne’s powerful enemies work against her and Prince Henry mac David of Scotland.
From the moment she and Henry are kidnapped weeks after they’re wed, she’s thrown into the war for the northern lands of England. As she quietly gives birth to Scotland’s future kings and follows a legacy of pious Scottish queens, she strives to settle into her new home and love and care for the people of Northumbria.
But enemies are constantly at work to destroy her family, and soon it becomes apparent that if she doesn’t uncover the true identities of Henry’s enemies, she’ll lose him as well as her sons.
A Pawn for a King is written by Countess Ada de Warenne’s 24th great granddaughter, Sarah Hinze. After discovering Ada while researching family history, Sarah felt an instant connection and admiration that drew her to walk the lands of England and Scotland and spend years researching her ancestor’s life. What Sarah discovered was that Ada, although living in medieval times, had unprecedented independence and blazing courage that opened a new path for all the future royal women of Europe.
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