Entries for the 'Encouragement' Category
By: Ann L. Coker
May 1993 marked my third year as a volunteer counselor at a pregnancy care center. My timeslot was Friday afternoons, but it was like any other day at the center when counselors struggled not only with the clients' needs but also with our own inadequacies.
The problems of sexual promisc...
By: Michele D. Shoun
Steventhen Holland is an author, recording artist, passionate worship leader, motivational communicator, national pro-life speaker, and founder of the nonprofit Broken Not Dead Ministries. He has an incredibly moving life-story. You won’t want to miss hearing him during Ascent, a virtual confe...
By: Olivia Aveni Briscoe
The coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we know it. Many non-essential businesses and services are shuttered across the country as people hunker down and socially distance themselves to prevent the spread of infection.
As Planned Parenthood sues five states to keep its doors open, pregna...
By: Michele D. Shoun
"When historians report on this tragic time, I hope they mention the heroic work of life-affirming pregnancy centers and medical clinics. In this time of sadness, darkness, and death, these dedicated nonprofits didn’t flinch. Instead, they stood firm to save thousands of lives." (Thomas Glessn...
By: Kyle Farran
As we serve the Lord in ministry, we are going to face problems. Lots of them. Learning to destress is vital for our quality of life. However, there’s an even greater reason for learning to destress. When we face problems, others are watching. How we deal with stress either makes God look stro...
By: Kevin Manning
Life Matters recently reached out to a number of pregnancy care centers to participate in a survey. Surveys are not exciting, so we thank each one who took part.
The goal of the survey was to identify the needs of pregnancy care centers and pro-life ministries as told by the individual. There...
By: Tonya Delnay
We can all identify with feelings of inadequacy and incapability: I'm not smart enough, don’t know my Bible well enough, am not rich or pretty enough ... simply not good enough.
Then there’s failure. We try to be good enough, but we fail miserably. We fail each other and we fail G...
By: Susanne Maynes
We were almost to our goal. “Lisa” had been meeting with me for over two months for post-abortion recovery. Having realized that her past substance abuse was directly related to her abortions, she was engaged in the process, doing the hard emotional work necessary for her healing.