Tatiana’s Story: Standing Up and Taking Responsibility

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Tatiana’s Story: Standing Up and Taking Responsibility

When Tatiana learned she’d gotten pregnant by her fiancé, her biggest fear was having to tell her mom. Tatiana said, “she is a very strict woman and I knew she’d be disappointed.” But after coming to Hope Tatiana said, “everyone was very nice and helpful. I felt very comfortable here… I was never really planning to not carry my baby to term, but coming to Hope helped me calm down. They gave me an idea of how to break the news to my mom and …

A Volunteer and a Patient

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A Volunteer and a Patient

Why I Volunteer with Hope I’ve been involved with Hope Women’s Centers ministry from its beginning, when the church I attended in the mid-1980s sponsored a baby shower for Hope, along with our pastor and his family providing a place in their home for a pregnant teen to live.  Since then, I’ve participated in many of Hope’s activities, fundraisers, and events over the years, but because I had a young family of my own to care for, I couldn’t get involved on a week-to-week basis. …

History of the Story of Life

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History of the story of life.

At Hope, we believe that all human life is of inestimable worth and significant in all its stages, including pre-born babies, the elderly, the physically or mentally challenged, and every other stage or condition from conception through natural death. We believe that there is a divine purpose and plan for every person that is conceived. We are dedicated as an organization to defend, protect, and value all human life, according to Psalm 139. Historical Timeline The history of the story of life is an exciting story …

Discover Volunteering

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Volunteer at Hope Women's Centers

There are so many places to volunteer, helping with the many needs locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. We believe that volunteering at Hope is a great decision and is incredibly rewarding. Our volunteers along with our staff meet with women and men in their most vulnerable moments. Patients arrive at our centers often feeling overwhelmed, anxious, confused, and scared. We use trained volunteers and staff to meet each patient, offering them hope, sharing truth, and educating them about their options so they can make informed decisions regarding their unplanned …

Moving beyond pro-life to pro-ABUNDANT-life 

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Natasha and Greg, previous patients

A Pro-ABUNDANT-Life Viewpoint for Sanctity of Human Life Month As the President/CEO of Hope Women’s Centers, you might find it surprising for me to say that it’s time for the pro-life community to move beyond focusing on saving unborn babies. Now, don’t panic – I believe that saving babies is a noble, God-honoring cause, but pro-life pregnancy centers have been doing that for almost 45 years – ever since the Supreme Court legalized abortion on January 22, 1973 – and we still see over a …