Tim Tebow’s Mom Shares How She Rejected Abortion When Told She Would Die: “He’s My Miracle Baby”

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Mar 16, 2022   |   2:26PM   |   Washington, DC

Pam Tebow is a profile in courage.

As most people know by now, she famously rejected abortion decades ago when told she would die from a major medical condition while pregnant with her son Tim. She ignored the medical advice and gave birth to Tm Tebow, who has gone on to become a Heisman trophy winner, an NFL player, and now a famous television and media personality who promotes life and his Christian faith.

Pam Tebow was recently the keynote speaker at the Wiregrass Emergency Pregnancy Services Seventh Annual Fundraising Banquet. There, she shared the amazing story of how she rejected abortion while her family was in the Philippines on a missionary trip.

During the Tebows’ stay, Pam Tebow contracted amoebic dysentery during what was her fifth pregnancy, fell into a temporary coma and received strong medication to combat the infection. Doctors believed that the baby would not survive and recommended to Tebow that she have an abortion. “They thought I should have an abortion to save my life all the way through the seventh month,” she said.

“When my doctor delivered Timmy, he said it was the biggest miracle he had ever been a part of,” Tebow said. “He said he had never seen anything like it and he couldn’t explain it. He said there was no explanation for how Timmy survived all of those months in the womb.”

That baby would grow to become the largest in size of her children, the mother of five said. “I call him my miracle baby.”

Eventually a television commercial about her amazing story was seen by millions.

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“A survey revealed that 5.5 million people had a chance to re-think their stand on abortion because of that little commercial,” she said. “I love to call it a ‘God Story’ because it is one that would be impossible apart from the power of God.

Tebow urged the pro-life people attending the banquet to continue supporting the work of pregnancy centers that help women and unborn babies before and after birth.

“It takes a lot of faith to do everything that your pregnancy center and your community does,” Tebow told the more than 400 people attending the annual fundraising banquet. “It is absolutely incredible everything that they offer the clients. It’s amazing.

“They are really ministering to the Lord by ministering to these women in so many ways,” she said. “And they continue the relationship with these precious moms after the child is born.”