Over the past three decades, Sarah Hinze's groundbreaking research on "prebirth experiences" has provided solid evidence that unborn children 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.
How did a woman raised in the backwoods of Tennessee become a pioneer in this important work?
As a young girl, 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 many of the angels she had felt nearby had been her own unborn children.
Following a series of personal challenges, including losing a baby to miscarriage, Sarah began to recognize that God wanted her to write about unborn childrenthese tiny guardian angels who watch over us before they are born. Was it possible that other mothers had gone through similar experiences?
Sarah decided to distribute a flyer on the topic in her town. Within a few days, a mother contacted her and said, “I saw my unborn daughter and I want to tell you about it.” Soon, Sarah was collecting memories from around the world and publishing several books about them, but rarely had she disclosed her own story.
Now for the first time, Sarah shares the key experiences that shaped her life and set her on course to become The Memory Catcherone of the world's greatest advocates of the unborn.