One of the greatest blessings we have as a human family is children.
This great gift of choosing life, and the joy and responsibility of caring for babies and children falls not only to mothers and fathers, but teachers, pastors and all of us involved in Christian service.
Thanks to your support of our programs at the New Life Center,
we continue to expand our ministry to include child care for mothers who are in crisis. We do that by collaborating with local women’s pregnancy centers and charities.
This summer, we have been caring for the children of a family in need, so that their mother can study the Bible and fellowship with other pregnant moms who need support. In our Holy Family Chapel, and the New Life Centerchildren’s area, the children are learning about God’s great love for them and stories from the Bible, like Creation, Adam and Eve, and original sin.
We are partnering with local teens, agencies, and resource ministries, to provide love and to do good every day, by offering services to the least of these.
We welcome to our staff Susan Bartold, who will be working 15 hours a week to coordinate our faithful volunteers to make a life-changing impact on those who are marginalized.
For the past two years, we have been expanding to meet the needs of the post-abortive, those in crisis pregnancies, and couples struggling with miscarriage and difficult pregnancies. By offering our conference and counseling rooms at no cost to non-profits in our community, such as the Creighton Fertility specialist, Rita Johnson, who works with couples having difficulty with keeping their babies full term, we are joyfully assisting families to grow!
Together with our pro-life family, and the support of Pastor Steve Mattson at the Church of the Resurrection, we are working hard to protect mothers and the unborn by meeting the practical needs of those on the periphery.
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God bless you,
Director, Project Rachel Diocese of Lansing
Coordinator, New Life Center