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 …

Life, a great adventure!

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Life, a great adventure!

Fabiola came to Hope in 2015, thinking seriously of ending her pregnancy. She was scared and knew she’d have to raise this baby alone. Since she was still dependent on her family, she was very scared of how they would take it. Fabiola decided to ask her mother to come with her. Her mother came. Upon seeing the ultrasound, Fabiola said, “My mom cried. This is when it really hit us. It made it real to me.” Since Fabiola’s boyfriend was gone, she said she …

Thankful for our 2017 Partners in Hope!

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Discover Hope

As 2017 draws to a close, I want to thank ministry partners who have joined with us financially over the years to bring hope and help to young women and men in Broward County. I want you to see what your dollars have done, and remind you of the facts that tell the success story of our work with families facing unplanned pregnancies over the past five years:   30,605 women went to Hope Women’s Centers for free medical services 19,798 of those women received a …

Life saved and a life changed

When Alicia learned her pregnancy test was positive, she felt “awful, scared and unsure.” Alicia wondered how she was going to financially manage another baby already having another child. Life is hard and being in an unplanned pregnancy is frightening. Alicia found her way to Hope through the reference of a friend. At Hope Alicia said, “I was able to be true about my thoughts without judgment” Recently, Alicia came back to introduce Dylan, her baby boy, to our staff. She said, “I don’t know where the staff came …

Discover Hope

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Discover Hope

Do you have an expectant heart? I recently read a blog that made me think about the things in life that I view as “interruptions” – the untimely phone call, the illness, the staff member with a question, or the issues with computers or printers that won’t cooperate. All of us know what it feels like to get bogged down in the unending challenges of daily life. I was reminded by this blog that I need to embrace the interruptions and see them as gifts …