“It struck me when Mike came & picked up the tub how this is what you do – your profession, & what you did for us you do often & for many.  & yet you carried it out with such love & patience.  It is inspiring.  I will always be grateful for how patient & encouraging you were with me, especially as I was so wary.  (Thank you for looking past my wariness!)   :)”

Indianapolis Couple

“I simply couldn’t have had a better experience! It makes me sad to know that I won’t be coming in to see you ladies since I’m not pregnant and not planning on having more babies, but one day (hopefully) I can be a member of your team!!!”

Brownsburg Couple

“I am pagan and was hesitant at first contacting you, especially in our circumstance that hubby was out of the country for deployment, but after meeting with you we knew it wouldn’t be an issue. i agree that the apprehension came from previous encounters with self righteous Christians, but you (and your staff) are not that way…caring, honest people…that’s all that matters no matter your beliefs.”

Logansport Mother

”I can not even begin to express what a healing experience my pregnancy and birth has been for me.  I suspect that you knew that it would be.  The care and love expressed by you and all those working with you for my family and for moms and babies in total is all encompassing and empowering.  You all are true examples of the love of our Lord and Savior.”

Indianapolis Couple

“Made me giggle. I felt the opposite, I knew I wasn’t living my life right when I first met you, and was more worried about you judging me. Especially cause I knew right but wasn’t living it. But you never judged. Which of course is the true heart of Christianity, its just not seen often. Now that I’m getting back on track, I’m so grateful, then and now, for your beliefs and openness to discuss anything. Knowing you pray for us is the best gift anyone could receive.”

Carmel Mother

“Loved the personalized & comprehensive care & advice! It was so nice being at home and not worrying about what would happen in a hospital. I had amazing care & loved laboring in my own home. I don’t have enough sweet words for how sweet the girls were.”

Brownsburg Couple

“My favorite part was the support, the assumption that my body could and would hand it all without interference. I enjoyed not knowing how dilated I was, or being coached through pushing. I enjoyed the freedom to yield to what my body was doing without either inspection or criticism. The assistants were great! I really appreciate that you make normal, natural home birth legally possible. You give women like myself confidence to trust our bodies and the natural flow of life. Thank you!!!”

Lizton Mom

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Sir William Osler


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Johann Wolfgang von Goether

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Food for Thought #4

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Thomas Edison

Food for Thought #5

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Arthur Schopenhauer

Food for Thought #2

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Psalm 22:9