Cameron

Cameron is the oldest girl of 9 and had the privilege of being a part of 5 of her siblings’ births, even catching a brother at the age of 15. While college was never part of the original plan, God had His plan and called Cameron into midwifery at the age of 19. After 2 years of self-study, the door opened to work in a charity clinic run by Christian missionaries reaching the local Philippine population. The clinic has served 2-3,000 women in prenatal each year, delivering 1000+ babies in-clinic every year since 1996.

“While working with the families in the Philippines for almost 3 years, serving alongside the local midwives, the heart of God behind midwifery was birthed in her heart, showing her that God cares for the single person in front of her as much as He does about the whole world. That seed has continued to grow as Cameron has spent time in 3 states and 2 countries serving families through the art of midwifery.

She graduated in 2020, passed the board exam to be a Certified Professional Midwife in 2021, is licensed in Oklahoma and Tennessee, and has had the privilege of serving almost 300 families in midwifery. Cameron married her husband and Jonathan in June 2023 and resides in Pulaski, TN, planning to serve as a midwife until God calls her elsewhere.

Amanda

Student Midwife with Liberty Midwifery!

Below are a few things we may have in common!

  • Born and raised in Lawrenceburg, TN with my two older sisters
  • I grew up in 4-H judging and showing livestock (mainly goats)
  • Married the love of my life in 2017
  • Blessed with 3 healthy and thriving children Ryker, Wilder and Juniper
  • Forever growing in my relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Placenta encapsulator
  • Doula
  • ‍I’ve worked previously with other midwives as an assistant, but am excited to be pursuing my degree in midwifery

Macy

My name is Macy Helm. I am a doula, placenta encapsulator, and a student midwife. What a blessing it is to pursue the Lord through being a companion to women embracing their newfound motherhood. Midwifery, especially as a student, is the pursuit of servanthood, the constant embrace of humility and surrender, and the continuing desire for joy and first breaths. It is not a calling chosen on its own but rather an appointing from the Lord.

One day, I long to open a birth clinic for pregnant women who have survived trafficking and other forms of abuse. The Lord has placed such people on my heart from a very young age. All life is appointed and wanted by God. I would be honored to aid women in experiencing birth as a healing moment for them and their child, and for it to become a cleansing of the past as they embrace the Spirit in a new season of life. Such things will come to pass only as the Lord wills, and I will follow Him wherever he leads in this love of midwifery.

Kenya

Hello, my name is Kenya, I am a primary student midwife finishing up the last part of my degree. The Lord called me to midwifery when I was about 12 years old and called me to the mission field during my last year of High school.

“I have spent the last 2 1/2 years serving in the Philippines as a missionary student midwife in a high-volume charity clinic, where I saw my first birth and was able to be blessed with being a part of around 200 more!

“God designs our bodies in such a unique way and it has been an honor to be able to serve women during this miraculous time in their lives. I am excited for this next journey the Lord has me on and can’t wait to experience more of His blessings through birth!“

Kenya is a recent graduate of New life International School of Midwifery, the same program Cameron finished. She is working towards her associates degree with National College of Midwifery and is just a few births away from finishing! She is here until the summer to attend births with Liberty and will be catching babies! You will have a unique experience of helping another midwife get where she needs to go so she can serve further. Kenya desires to go back on the mission field when she is a certified professional midwife.

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  • Humility
  • Discretionary Effort
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