by Brittany Farmer, MSSA, MSW
What brought me to PAC? I truly feel that God led me to Pregnancy Aid Clinic. I have always had the passion for advocacy work. I loved building girls and women self-esteem through, resources, mentoring, classes, groups and case management services. My experience has been working with children, youth and families who have experienced trauma.
by Kirk Walden, originally published 12/31/2020 on PregnancyHelpNews.com
As we reach the end of what we can judiciously call an “interesting” year, we can choose one of two options.
One option? Simply thank God 2020 is almost over and pray 2021 is better for all of us.
Option two? Let’s value what we learned in 2020 and apply every lesson toward a breakout year in 2021.
Let’s choose the second option, because we may look back on 2020—tremendously challenging and even tragic for many of us—and find we learned new ways to grow and build our organizations and ministries.
Let’s consider three ways:
1) We learned to re-imagine
This term caught fire with me when the leadership at Heartbeat International was forced to rethink our conference in April, moving from an in-person event in Seattle to a virtual, world-wide conference. In less than two weeks, I watched a looming disaster turn into an amazing opportunity to pull the pregnancy help community together.
by Becky Mansfield
Are you thinking about What to Give up for Lent? If you are looking for things to give up for Lent, you’ve come to the right place. During the 40 days of lent, while making our preparations for Easter, you can do something to better yourself and the world around you.
A Lenten fast doesn’t have to consist of just fasting and abstinence from the things we love, but it can be adding things during this season of lent that will make our lives more meaningful.
I wrote this post several years ago, but I updated it today and wanted to share it with you.
Lent is the season leading up to Easter? Many Christians celebrate Lent, including my family. My husband and I were both raised in Catholic churches (Catholics are Christians). We both celebrate Lent, and we teach our kids to take part in it, as well.
What should you give up for Lent?These 10 ideas for Lent are for you & your family. I want to help you decide what to give up for Lent this year because it is such a great time to really better ourselves and the world. It can go beyond “not eating ice cream” or “not having candy,” but we often overlook these things. There are many things that you can give up for Lent.
You are welcome to read about Lent or you can even skip down in this post, to below the picture. There, you’ll find my list of ideas for Lent and things to give up for Lent.
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