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: Trevor Holloway
It is indeed an exciting time for the pro-life movement in America. As reported by the US news agency NPR, “For the first time in nearly a half century, there is a six-justice conservative supermajority on the U.S. Supreme Court — six justices with clearly expressed views against abortio...
By: James Sprague
Pregnancy care centers serve clients regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, age, or marital status, and always treat clients with kindness, respect, compassion, and honesty. But as our government, schools, businesses, and churches are presently occupied by issues of racial diversity...
By: Mark B. Blocher
This article is excerpted with permission from a forthcoming book by Mark Blocher, Missional Medicine: Restoring the Soul of Healthcare, due out in September. Watch this space for updates on how to obtain copies, or inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark's vision is for the Christian community to...
By: Stuart Carver
We are going to explore three examples of how life-affirming ministries may be able to accomplish more, even with less. Why? Because:
There is a tendency to believe more money is what we need.
We intuitively think more ministry requires doing more things.
Sometimes, less is what God uses t...