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Imagine: hundreds of young athletes biking through the heart of America, passed by thousands of drivers witnessing the extreme physical sacrifice of these riders – to bring awareness to clinics across the country that help women who find themselves in crisis pregnancies.
Clarity Clinic’s new building is so much bigger than the one they were previously in. I was so impressed with how bright and welcoming it was. They have had a huge increase in the number of clients they have had this year. They are even starting to discuss the reality of having to increase their hours!
“Giving Tuesday means that we will be able to continue to offer all of our services for free. Our services include pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, STD testing, Pap/Pelvic and breast exams.”
Today, we all have an opportunity to give alms to the poor by supporting charities and non-profits financially, and I feel blessed to give that support to pregnancy resource centers. To “give back” to our faithful supporters, I’ve created a few digital pieces of art to encourage you on your pro-life walk, and to remind you that you are not alone in upholding the dignity and value of life.
Nestled into the business of downtown Birmingham lies a beautiful treasure for women seeking assistance during an unplanned pregnancy. Her Choice meets the needs of everyone who walks into their door, including a person who was not actually seeking pregnancy care at all…
“There’s something special about the fall that makes us want to celebrate and have parties. He pointed out that the cooler weather drives us indoors and gives us reasons to share the warmth with each other. Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years: these holiday memories are shared with family, friends, and loved ones. People love sharing with each other…”
My parents taught me from a young age the importance of a smile. To them, it demonstrated not only joy, but a sense of welcoming for people around them…They taught me to believe that if I took on the world with a smile, I would enjoy each day more, and, more over, give myself an opportunity to help those around me.
We live in a culture that allows us to close our eyes to the pain of others. But what if we opened our eyes and hearts to the needs of our brothers and sisters around us?