Written by: Olivia Carr With the growing momentum of racial justice movements over the past few months, numerous organizations have been exposed for ways they have perpetuated racial discrimination and injustice. Some of these organizations have recently been exposed and questioned for the first time; others have racist roots that are now becoming known on […]

From the kindness of others Hannah’s* feelings about her pregnancy changed from nervousness to excitement. When she first called us at Options United, Hannah* wanted an abortion. She didn’t have any support and wasn’t prepared to make the journey into motherhood alone. The call responder at Options United reassured her that there were people who […]

The #savethechildren hashtag was started by social media influencer Helen Owen. Her mission was to bring awareness to the issue of child sex trafficking and she succeeded. People started reposting information with the hashtag, supporting organizations dedicated to stop child sex trafficking, and brought awareness to their own social media followings. Preventing innocent children being […]

Think of what motivates major cultural movements today: decisions to terminate a pregnancy, global warming alarmists, the demagoguery of cable news and local leaders and the over-population zealots.  What is the common denominator?  It is all fear based.

Yet we have learned the lessons from many generations past that there is an alternative way.  From Genesis 15:1 to Hebrews 13:6: (“So we say with confidence, “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can mere mortals do to me?”) we have learned what it takes to build and sustain Christian culture.

Have you ever looked back at old photos of yourself and thought about how much you’ve changed? Your fashion choices or hairstyle may be drastically different. You may have aged and only notice when you compare now to then. These changes often go unnoticed in your day to day. The gradual change is hardly ever […]

2020 has been a year of uncertainties. For Mya* it has been life-changing. While waiting on the results of her pregnancy test she was already thinking of how she would pay for an abortion. The coronavirus pandemic brought new fears and economic troubles. Having a baby during this time seemed more than an inconvenience but […]

Written by: María Belén Eyheramonho Last weekend during our family movie time, we watched “The African Doctor”. This French film from 2016, based on a true story has very much to do with what’s been happening in America these days. It portrays the life of Seyolo Zantoko, an African medical doctor who had to deal […]

Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness America’s birthday is cause for gratitude and celebration. 244 years ago on July 4th, our founding fathers made a bold move to secure life and freedom for our young nation. They ratified the Declaration of Independence breaking the 13 colonies away from Great Britain. They set out to […]

Carmen* was only two weeks away from finding out the gender of her baby. It didn’t matter if the baby would be a boy or a girl, she was just excited to be a mother. She knew her child was a blessing no matter what and was counting down the days when she could hold […]