Entries for the 'Volunteers' Category
By: Ardy Berens
Ardy Berens is the Volunteer Coordinator for a maternity home. She wrote a moving and insightful Facebook post about the typical resident that would also resonate with anyone involved with other pregnancy-related ministries.
I want to tell you about a "typical resident" at the Fami...
Pregnancy care centers strive for competency and professionalism, but as the following client testimony illustrates, the human touch is always worthwhile.
Entering Spero was a different environment then what I was expecting. I guess I had imagined more of a medical clinic—a place with a f...
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: Rev. Steve Harduk
At the completion of creation God looked at all He had made and declared it “very good.” And it was so until the first couple plunged our race into sin and subjected the creation to its destructive effects.
Despite sin’s corruption we still see the beauty that God made in th...
By: Michele D. Shoun
Pregnancy care centers are in the business of encouragement. Their stock in trade is reaching out to women who are being encouraged (or forced) to abort their babies. Indeed, if ever there was a misuse of the word “encourage” it’s in connection with taking an easy way out!
Posted in: Volunteers
, Michele D. Shoun