Saturday, March 08, 2014
Friday, March 07, 2014
We're Almost There! Time and Funds Are Running Out!
Please Consider Helping Us Meet Our Goal!
You may have heard - an anonymous supporter of our mission has put up $100,000 saying he would match funds given in March to Canadian Pregnancy Centres, up to $15,000 per centre. Well, people are responding so fast that the funds are already running out!
There's only $8,000 left in the fund. We have been blessed to have raised $10,400 so far! We thought we'd have all month, but the funds will soon be gone.
Can you help us meet our goal of $15,000 before the funds available run out?
We need 4 more people to give $1,000 and 6 more to give $100 ... and every dollar is doubled! Even the processing fees are paid for! Each cent goes directly to reaching women in need!
Click on the blue button, or go HERE to our donor page.
Please prayerfully consider this unique and time-sensitive opportunity! God bless you!!! bill davenport
March 17th, 7:00 at the Acadia Divinity College Chapel
God is Moving Among Us
The phone is ringing. A young lady is weeping. She's at her wits end, looking for someone - anyone who will listen to her heart. She's called the Help Lines - but they've told her that it's obvious that a person in her situation should have an abortion, "What's your problem?" they asked when she told them she didn't want to kill her unborn child. "THANK YOU" she said through her tears as I affirmed her.
Women and men all across our Valley are crying out in isolation and pain. Together, we can reach those in need. Come and pray with us at Acadia March 17th. Come. Pray. Praise. Petition. The Light of the World is desperately needed to shine this year.
To learn more about the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre, visit us online at www.asafeplaceforme.com
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Monday, January 27, 2014
Many do not know they’re infected because sexually transmitted infections often have no symptoms."
The CDC Fact Sheet says, "Although a number of individual risk behaviors (such as higher numbers of lifetime sex partners or unprotected sex) contribute to disparities in the sexual health of MSM, other social and cultural factors may also play a role. For example, MSM with lower economic status may have limited access to health care and therefore may be particularly vulnerable to poorer health outcomes compared to other men. Complex issues like homophobia and stigma can also make it difficult for gay and bisexual men to seek appropriate care and treatment."
The CDC Fact Sheet continues, "Gonorrhea and chlamydia primarily affect young people. Surveillance data continues to show that numbers and rates of reported chlamydia and gonorrhea cases are highest in Americans between the ages of 15 and 24.
Both young men and young women are heavily affected by STDs — but young women face the most serious long-term health consequences. It is estimated that undiagnosed STDs cause 24,000 women to become infertile each year.
Many cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis continue to go undiagnosed and unreported, and data on several additional STDs — such as human papillomavirus, herpes simplex virus, and trichomoniasis — are not routinely reported to CDC. As a result, the annual surveillance report captures only a fraction of the true burden of STDs in America."
We have had a new influx of young men coming to see us asking for help about fatherhood and manhood.
WAIT! Before you ignore that, you don't have to be a father or anything like that. WE have all the information and resources ... we need men to simply watch a video / read over a few short pages of information with one of our new fathers. You have the answer sheet and he has a "fill in the blank" sheet. It's that simple! No other commitment needed! The hours and days are flexible too.
WAIT! If you're not a man, you might know a Christian man who lives between Windsor and Middleton ... please pass this request on to them! God is opening huge doors for ministry and we are praying that He will rise up labourers in His field of harvest. You (or that man you know) may be an answer to prayer. Email Bill today to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some photos of the materials we lead our men through:
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Some companies require that ALL of their employees contribute to the United Way Campaign. They have no choice. But, you, as the employee, may not want to support a number of programs that receive these monies.
Are you aware that you DO have a choice in where that money goes? You are allowed to specify what organization you would like your contribution to support. It will go to the United Way Campaign and then on to your specified charitable organization. That’s right! So, let your employer know if you have a preference. The Valley Care Pregnancy Center is one organization that would be happy to receive your donation!
We, at the Valley Care Pregnancy Center does NOT receive money from the United Way unless it is specified as described above.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
There are huge spiritual things going on all around us, I am sure of it, and I just want to encourage you that when it all just doesn't make any sense ... God is at work. He has proven His love for all time, on the cross, and you can lean into Him and know He is good even if you can't make sense of what's happening. You are precious and dearly loved and cherished.
As this life seems to crumble all around you, you can picture yourself like a chick inside an egg. Faith in Christ has given you new life. At first, you felt warm and safe, but now (still thinking of you as that little chick inside the egg), as you mature, your world seems cramped. The nourishment you used to feed on is used up and you're struggling to breathe ... The smooth, pure walls you trusted in to keep you safe until now are cracking all around you. As you wrestle there inside that thinning shell, feeling so all alone, know this one thing: you were not made to stay inside that egg. One glorious day, the cracking shell will break open and you will see the World, the Kingdom you were re-created for and designed to thrive in. Until then, resist the urge to put tape on the cracks. Instead, peek through them for a glimpse of your Calling ... your new Home ... with the One Who created you to know Him.
Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, trusting in and leaning upon Jesus, so that you will abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15.13)
Friday, January 17, 2014
Influence is an interesting thing. Sometimes you can feel it directly, like the sun shining warm on your shoulder. At other times, it's more indirect, like a warm breeze on a summer's night - warmed by the sun earlier in the day and just now you are feeling its effect.
After we heard that nearly all the women on campus abort their babies (except for a few who are already married), this month, we learn that a female student decided to continue her pregnancy. We don't know for sure if this student was encouraged by Acadia Pregnancy Support's work, but it is deeply encouraging to hear stories like this and we praise God for how He is working among students on Acadia's campus. Sometimes Acadia Pregnancy Support's influence will be direct and those involved will see the results. At other times, just having people talking about the concept of continuing a pregnancy as a student or seeing a poster or a flyer about continuing a pregnancy with positive wording like, "Acadia Values Diversity" is enough to impact lives that Acadia Pregnancy Support may never hear about directly.
For more information on Acadia Pregnancy Support, "Like" their Facebook Page!
The Canadian Television Network (CTV) did a story on these billboards going up in Halifax and on Halifax metro buses. They interviewed a student from St. Mary's University who was very upset about them and who had created a petition to have them taken down.
Education and open discussion is key. I've heard of crowds shouting down people in Halifax who were trying to speak about life issues in public - making it impossible for them to be heard. Silencing the opposition is not the answer. Women need information, not isolation.
Many groups and individuals seem to want to isolate women as they make a choice, just because it is a difficult choice to make. But that makes the choice even more difficult. Other people downplay the reality of fetal development, trying to lessen the pain, like the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada's images they post as the only ones needed in the discussion. Women must be empowered with the facts so that they can make an informed decision. They need to know that the ARCC's image is of the fetal sac, but inside that six week sac, there is amazing development going on which has been filmed and can be viewed on Youtube.
Women need to be able to compare their own pregnancy's stage of development to see how far along it really is. Most abortions happen between 7-12 weeks and it's important for a woman to know what her little one looks like during that time. Time Magazine did story on this issue and put a photo of life sized baby models of babies between the ages of 7-12 weeks on their front cover.
Education is key to an informed decision. Silence only feeds the pain many women feel in their guilt, as Hilary says at the end of the video, and isolates them. Many women feel guilty after their abortion because they were not given the facts to consider. Many women feel guilty because they acted alone. One of my friends who has struggled with guilt from her abortion saw this controversy about these signs and was very upset that people would want to take them down. She wanted them kept up to help people not do what she did. Information empowers women to make an informed choice. Information about fetal development and information on where to go if one feels guilty are a much needed commodity in our community.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Please Join Us in Commissioning Mandy
as we launch Acadia Pregnancy Support
Come to Mandy's church (New Minas Baptist, January 26th at 11:00 AM) where she will be commissioned for the new ministry position of Student Outreach Director. Mandy is networking with students and staff at Acadia along with the broader community, empowering women facing an unplanned pregnancy to continue their pregnancy and their education. We understand that a number of Acadia students end the life of their little one each year, often because they do not know of any support available. After years of groundwork and planning by the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre, Mandy was hired and began working with students in November, 2013. She has created a student club on campus (Acadia Pregnancy Support) which was formally accepted by Acadia Student's Union this month.
Come together January 26th to prayerfully lift Mandy Blanchard before the throne of Grace, affirming her mission and praying for God's empowering, leading, protection and favour with all the people she ministers among; that lives would be saved and God would be glorified.
The position of Student Outreach Director is a new initiative of the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre, A Christian Outreach Ministry. The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre receives its support from local churches, Christians and the wider community. In cooperation with the local church, our Mission is to uphold the Sanctity of Human Life and promote Sexual Integrity in line with the Word of God.
Want more information about the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre? Visit our Website.
We look forward to seeing you Sunday, January 26th at 11:00 AM at the New Minas Baptist Church.
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Kentville is a great town! Their new website is fresh and clean and has someone taking amazing photographs! Kentville also has a monthly newsletter called, "Keeping Kentville Connected" which I receive.
This month, January, 2014, as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary of Christian Outreach Ministry here in the Annapolis Valley, we were highlighted in their newsletter, complete with a link to our website.
It is a real blessing to be part of this town and the larger Annapolis Valley Community.
The highlight in the newsletter reads, "The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre, located at 104 Webster St, offers many services to women facing unplanned pregnancies. The Centre also offers an extensive, individualized, multimedia parenting program at no cost, drawing from the best parenting resources on the market today. After each lesson, participants earn a "Baby Buck" to buy brand new baby items from their "Baby Boutique" filled with new items donated by people in the community. If you have new baby items that need a home, please consider donating them to the VCPC. Larger-size diapers are in particularly short supply at the moment."
As the Apostle Paul instructs us, please pause right now to pray for all those who work diligently in the Town of Kentville and in your town and in all of this beautiful valley:
Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth. For there is one God and one Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus, 6 who gave Himself a ransom for all. (1Timothy 2.1-6)
Monday, January 06, 2014
God has granted favour so that after one month of working with students, Mandy Blanchard, our Student Outreach Director, has received word from an Acadia Student Union representative that "Acadia Pregnancy Support Club" has officially been approved as a student club! Praise God! Now the work widens and deepens to reach students on campus facing an unplanned pregnancy and are wondering what support they may have.
Please pray - thank God for this open door and pray for Mandy and all the students working to let the campus know that loving support is available for them!
Saturday, January 04, 2014
Wednesday, January 01, 2014
We work very hard to ensure that the home mission of the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre exceeds standards of excellence. We can say that all we like, but how do you know, without looking through all our policies and financial records? That's what certified membership with the Canadian Council of Christian Charities is all about.
Certification with CCCC is a powerful endorsement of a charity’s integrity. It demonstrates that the charity has been carefully assessed by CCCC’s rigorous certification process and found to be in compliance with CCCC’s Standards. Donors can give confidently and generously when they see CCCC’s Seal of Accountability on a charity’s website.
Testimonies of those who are already CCCC members:
“Having CCCC certification clearly demonstrates our desire to have accountability outside of our organization for the high standards our donors expect and deserve. Having that seal on all of our communications adds an external credibility to our own stated values.”
— Kevin Stagg, Director of Donor Ministry, Samaritan’s Purse and The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
"Compassion is a certified member of the CCCC because we believe strongly in integrity and the CCCC helps hold us accountable.”
— Barry Slauenwhite, President/CEO, Compassion Canada
"World Relief Canada believes that it is very important to operate with the highest degree of integrity. The CCCC's Seal with its rigorous audit is the best way for us to do that.”
— Laurie Cook, President, World Relief Canada
ALL CCCC CERTIFIED MEMBERS AGREE TO
- Abide by CCCC’s Standards of Accountability
- Provide an annual confirmation of compliance
- Allow CCCC to carry out periodic, on-site field reviews to assess the charity’s operations (they came to visit us in the fall of 2013).
What's happening at the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre?
If you missed our fall banquet, you missed an amazing movement of God, but we don't want you to miss out! So we've condensed Bill's presentation here for you, and we will post on this blog a link to Rhoda's testimony, one of the few videos we shared that night.
So take a peek HERE, and be inspired as to what God may be moving your heart to accomplish this year!
All you do is make a date for your group, contact your local bowling alley (ask them if they'll cover the cost of the shoes for the event) and invite your people to gather sponsors - or just bring a donation for the Pregnancy Centre that day. Have people bring food and drinks and make it a party! It's awesome to gather together and enjoy supporting your local community! Make a difference and have a ball!
Check out the web page Here.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
You may find the fumbling of this man's reply amusing, stupid or enraging, but how would you answer the question, "Why do women want abortions?"
"M" posted a blog entry on Secular Pro Life's blog talking about this very question, the answers to which are fundamental to what we do here at the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre.
We ask the question: "Why do women want abortions?" It has been our experience, over the 20 years that we have ministered here in the Annapolis Valley, that women we have talked to say that they wanted an abortion primarily because they didn't have the money or resources or knowledge or support to have the baby. A close second are those who tell us that they are in school and want to continue their education.
This correlates completely with what "M" quotes in her blog:
So why do women get abortions? According to research by Guttmacher:
The most common subreason given was that the woman could not afford a baby now because she was unmarried (42%). Thirty-eight percent indicated that having a baby would interfere with their education, and the same proportion said it would interfere with their employment. In a related vein, 34% said they could not afford a child because they were students or were planning to study.
From the Guttmacher Study:It is important to gently share the truth about fetal development and abortion risks to women facing an unplanned pregnancy so they can make an informed decision. But women need more than information. They need personal, practical and immediate help. That's what we are here for, and that's what we have been growing more effective in over time. I just got off the phone with a young mother who was calling for help with practical needs and I was able to help explain a way to meet the need she was facing. We all need help, and it's such a joy to be part of sharing the love of Jesus in practical ways as we see Him saving lives and transforming them by His astounding grace.
RESULTS: The reasons most frequently cited were that having a child would interfere with a woman’s education, work or ability to care for dependents (74%); that she could not afford a baby now (73%); and that she did not want to be a single mother or was having relationship problems (48%). Nearly four in 10 women said they had completed their childbearing, and almost one-third were not ready to have a child. Fewer than 1% said their parents’ or partners’ desire for them to have an abortion was the most important reason. Younger women often reported that they were unprepared for the transition to motherhood, while older women regularly cited their responsibility to dependents.
CONCLUSIONS: The decision to have an abortion is typically motivated by multiple, diverse and interrelated reasons. The themes of responsibility to others and resource limitations, such as financial constraints and lack of partner support, recurred throughout the study
Over this past year of 2013, we have seen God enable us to expand and deepen our impact with local women, men and children and we are so blessed to have the volunteers, staff, Board and financial supporters that God has given to make it all possible.
If you sense God leading you to become involved in some way, please contact us today and we will set up a time to meet with you in person to talk about it.
Click Here to make a donation and help save a life this year!
Thursday, December 19, 2013
"Amongst many other revelations, /Complications/ effectively busts
several abortion “myths.” One frequently hears, for example, that
abortion is safer than giving birth. According to four large-scale data
linkage studies cited from the U.S., the U.K., Denmark and Finland,
however, it appears the reverse is true; IA causes significantly higher
maternal mortality than childbirth. Another myth is that women freely
choose abortion. These authors find that studies worldwide report a
strong correlation between intimate partner violence and abortion,
suggesting more abortions are submitted to under pressure or coercion
than by free choice."
Thursday, December 05, 2013
To sign up, just call us to make an appointment at 902.678.6217.
To learn more or to help us help others, please visit our website at www.asafeplaceforme.com
There are many more women in our area who feel they are "managing" with the pain of their past abortion. They do not even imagine that there is such freedom and healing that is possible for them. Please pause to pray for them that they would consider taking this journey with God together when we offer it again next year. If you know of someone like this yourself, please mention this to them.
For more information and to help us help them, please visit our website at www.asafeplaceforme.com.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Nancy had an awesome idea. An important birthday was coming up and she wondered how she could make this date special - in memory of her Mom. Then it dawned on her. Why not make it a celebration of life?! So she told all her friends that if they would like to help celebrate, they could give her gifts of baby supplies and she would make them all into a huge gift toward helping Moms and babies in need here in our community ... and look at all the awesome things she brought in to us yesterday!
What a beautiful answer to prayer! Since our move to 104 Webster Street in Kentville, we have had a huge increase in new and expecting Moms coming in to see us. We've been getting referrals from Public Health, Family & Children's Services and local schools for the positive options and long term, loving support we offer in Jesus' name. So with this huge increase in visits (over 1,000 this year), we have had a depletion in resources (even though we are careful with what we give). That's one reason why we are so thankful that God led Nancy to think of these Moms and their babies.
Not only that, but with our huge multimedia, customized parenting program, new Moms can earn "Baby Bucks" with every parenting lesson they complete. The Baby Bucks can then be used to "buy" a brand new baby item from our "Baby Boutique." So all the brand new items Nancy brought in will go into our Baby Boutique for this purpose.
The few excellent used items will be stored in our "Nearly New Baby Bins" closet for giving away to our Moms in need. So Praise God, and Thank You, Nancy, for all this amazing blessing! Thank you, also, for all the friends who contributed. And for everyone who would like to add to Nancy's gift, we still have lots of room for more ... or if you want to borrow Nancy's idea and do this for Christmas or your birthday ... that would be Awesome. God bless you!!
Thursday, November 14, 2013
New Moms and Dads come in to the Centre to do lessons on parenting skills from our "Earn While You Learn" individualized multimedia parenting program. They earn "Baby Bucks" and can "buy" new baby items from our Baby Boutique. We get the opportunity to share the love of Jesus in practical and meaningful ways and they are often very open to hear the Good News of Jesus too. We get to tell them that the resources we offer are all supplied by people in local churches who want them to know the love and grace of God.
So please consider printing this poster at your local printer on 11x17 paper, having them laminate it, then attach it to a laundry basket. Ask your church for permission to put it in your church lobby. Every month, simply put a note in the bulletin indicating one item on the list in the poster for people to bring in and put in the basket. Then call us and we can come pick up the gifts. Better yet, drop in with them yourself and have a tour of 104 Webster Street in Kentville.
You can find the full size posters here in JPG.
Thank you for helping new families in Jesus' name and connect them with the love and support of a local church. Sharin' the love!
For more information, or to make an online donation, simply visit us at www.asafeplaceforme.com.
Monday, November 11, 2013
Death is never the answer to poverty. Prayer, Love and Sharing is the answer to poverty.
Share the Love!
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, or know of someone who is, there is amazing help for you at your local pregnancy centre. If you have had an abortion and still feel the pain of that event, there is hope, help and healing for you. Contact your local pregnancy centre to ask if they offer, "Forgiven and Set Free," a study on honesty, grace and forgiveness in Jesus Christ. If you live in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, contact us today. We are here to help. Check us out online at www.asafeplaceforme.com.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
At Acadia, there is a young lady who is pregnant and scared. She needs your prayers right now.
Thursday, Oct. 31 at 1:30, Bill will be sharing on Radio Acadia about the hope, help and support available for her. Please pray that she hears our broadcast. Pray also, that if she does not hear it, that a friend of hers will hear and pass on the message that she is not alone, help is available and she can follow her heart's desire to continue her pregnancy and her education, or consider this option. Please pray that she would hear and know how precious she is and how precious the little one is, whom she carries. Pray that God inspires hope in her for herself, her situation and her baby.
Every year, many young women enrolled at Acadia University become pregnant and end the life of their child through abortion. That's about one for every day of the school year. Our research shows that the vast majority of Acadia students do not know of any help for pregnant students at Acadia. We want to change that. We want every student to know that there is strong support for every woman who wants to consider continuing her pregnancy and her education.
Pray also for the students who have had an abortion and who wrestle with that decision. Pray that they will hear what is said and sense that there is hope for them and that they are not alone. Pray that they will contact us for help.
We will be talking about sexual integrity as well. Pray that we will speak clearly and helpfully to these students in a way that makes sense to them. Pray that we will not sound "preachy," that we will in no way come across as judgmental or critical, but positive, hopeful and intriguing. Ask for God to inspire their minds by His Spirit to bring conviction and a hunger for life, Life indeed, Life that is found in none other than Jesus Christ and full surrender to Him.
Thank you for praying. If you want to learn more about our outreach to Acadia students, please consider coming to our Fundraising Banquet coming up this Monday, November 4th at the Old Orchard Inn beginning at 6:00 for 6:30 start.
To offer your support as well as your prayers, please contact us or visit our website: www.asafeplaceforme.com.
- bill davenport
New Volunteer Training
Over Two Weekends at the Centre
Is God prompting your heart to get involved? Feel hungry to learn how to share God's love and truth more effectively? Invest in these two weekends and you won't regret it!
Friday, November 15 & Friday, November 22, 7-10 PM. Saturday, November 16 & Saturday, November 23, 10 AM to 5 PM. The training takes both of these two weekends. Manuals $40 each. Register by calling 678-6217 or email us at email@example.com. (You must register for this training.)
Monday, October 07, 2013
Recently, someone called and asked if we were the place to go when someone was considering an abortion. Before I could say anything, they went on to explain that the situation involved a woman who was being pressured by her partner to have an abortion but that she did not want an abortion. She was delighted to hear of the support we offered. "What a wonderful resource! Thank you!" she said, and she made a plan to come in to see us.
Where do you go when abortion is not your first choice? Where do you go when abortion is not your choice at all, but someone is trying to make your choice for you? Who can you go to who will know what to say to your parents or partner who just don't seem to understand? Where do you go to discover what support there is for your pregnancy that will help you right now and also be there for you all the way along both before and after the baby is born? Who will help you network with your community to find the personal support and resources you will need along this journey?
For the past twenty years, we have been delighted to be here for exactly these reasons, and more. Life is beautiful, and we support women like this lady who called us for help. If you know someone who is wrestling in their heart about an abortion they would rather not go through with, please bring them with you to see us, or have them call or come in by themselves or even with their partner. We would love to talk with them.
At the same time, our resources are being depleted by the number of people coming to us for help and we need your support to meet their needs. We know Jesus said that He came so that they might have life - and life to the full. We also know that Jesus said that in the same way He was sent by His Father, so He sends us. The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre is having a campaign this fall to find fifty people who would give $20 a month. Print out THIS FORM and send it to us today. Help us introduce Life to more women, their partners and children ... in Jesus' name. God bless you!!
Saturday, September 21, 2013
We're running low on baby clothes and we have special need right now for boy's clothes and shoes 18-24 months. If you have some in excellent condition that you'd love to have go to a great cause, please contact Bill. Cell (text or call) 902.670.8510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
God bless you, and THANK YOU!!!
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Post - Abortion Healing Small Group
Begins Tuesday, October 8th
To Register, call 678-6217 or email Colleen at email@example.com
We have walked through healing with many women who have struggled with a past abortion and this fall we are offering this group once again this fall. Women who have taken this study say that it changed their lives. Written by someone who understands.
Mark Your Calendar! Monday, Nov. 4th at 6:00
Our annual fundraising banquet at the Old Orchard Inn is coming up! Hear new testimonies about how God is working, enjoy great food and contribute to this home mission!
Don't Miss the Big Announcement That Night!!
Call Now to Register! 678-6217 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seating is limited, so register early.
Over Two Weekends at the Centre
Is God prompting your heart to get involved? Feel hungry to learn how to share God's love and truth more effectively? Invest in these two weekends and you won't regret it!
Friday, November 15 & Friday, November 22, 7-10 PM. Saturday, November 16 & Saturday, November 23, 10 AM to 5 PM. The training takes both of these two weekends. Manuals $20 each. Register by calling 678-217 or email us at email@example.com. (You must register for this training.)
The Little Mission on the Side of the Road
Our Mission is to uphold the sanctity of human life
and promote sexual integrity
Embracing - Educating - Empowering
in Jesus' Name!
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Wednesday, August 21, 2013
If you have some time on your hands and could make yourself available for this situation, please let me know. She lives in Kentville, NS. It's a wonderful opportunity to share the love of Jesus with this family. Thank you for taking the time to consider this, and pray for this need.
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Doctors are urging women here in Nova Scotia to take tests for Down Syndrome. They tell women they want them to take this test so that they can have the option to terminate their pregnancy - end the life of the child.
Are there too few parking spaces by the front doors of our stores that doctors are so freely suggesting that we end the life of our little ones who are not as "perfect" as they are themselves?
Pregnant mothers are being traumatized for being told by their doctors that they should have this test so they can terminate. This message, coming from "respectable," "professional" doctors tells women that it is expected for them not to love their child if it is Down Syndrome. If that is not "pure evil" than I don't know what is.
Help us continue to be here for women - and their unborn and born children who need advocates to let them know they are not alone and that resources are available for them - and most of all, Jesus loves them!
Saturday, June 22, 2013
"God forgives immediately, but healing takes time."
Our leadership training for the post - abortion Bible Study, "Forgiven and Set Free" this weekend at New Minas Baptist Church with Linda Cochrane is powerful. About 20 participants are taking the training from across the Valley and New Brunswick. We pray that God will lead us to have a group started this fall. Call or email us to learn more.