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Sanctuary cities protect the unborn

August 2021
By: Michele Shoun
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, with President Joe Biden in office only 24 hours, he and Vice President Kamala Harris issued a statement unequivocally supporting the “right to choose” abortion. The Biden-Harris administration announced it was “deeply committed to making sure eve...
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Having a plan for greater engagement with churches

January 2021
By: Michele D. Shoun
If you follow Alpha Grand Rapids’ Facebook page, you’ll notice a positive point of view in every post. For instance, it was refreshing to read on December 16, 2020:  “AGR is thankful for our church partners in the community! Churches are an essential part of what we do he...
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Let Ascent lift you up!

July 2020
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...
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Come to The Summit!

July 2020
By: Michele D. Shoun
The Summit is a two-day conference for pregnancy care center directors, staff, volunteers, and board members. It's designed by Life Matters Worldwide to strengthen and sustain PCCs as effective Gospel outreaches. Our speakers and workshops will challenge, encourage, and refresh you. Ample time f...
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Resource roundup for COVID-19

April 2020
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...
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