'Thank You' to Our Partner Healthcare Facilities

June 1, 2020 rachelmiley
We love the healthcare facilities we get to partner with through our pregnancy counseling ministry. Places like Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, Kansas, mean a lot to Lifeline Children’s Services and the way they make us aware of expectant mothers we can walk with and serve.   To say “thank you” and send some love
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A Life-Affirming Approach to Being Pro-Life

August 2, 2017 rachelmiley
From our founding we have been part of the pro-life cause as we bear strong convictions that EVERY person is an image bearer of God, our Creator, and that each person is a person at the moment of conception. This conviction that every person is an image bearer, however, does not stop at conception or birth.
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The Option of Adoption

May 6, 2016 rachelmiley
As a counselor who serves women in unexpected and crisis pregnancies, the brokenness of the world is on display before my eyes: the Enemy has distorted, in so many ways, the message of abortion. The world tells women that abortion is loving—that abortion is the only way to prevent your child and you from suffering
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Equipping the Church to Care with Grace & Sensitivity

April 18, 2015 lifeline
In our churches, we want to honor mothers while also being cognizant of the truth that many in our church family are hurting. The nature of foster care can create a situation in which we want to be especially sensitive that Mother’s Day can be a difficult day for birth parents, foster parents, and children
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Broken for What Breaks Him

January 15, 2015 lifeline
“Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived! The sexually immoral, idolaters, adulterers, passive homosexual partners, practicing homosexuals, thieves, the greedy, drunkards, the verbally abusive, and swindlers will not inherit the kingdom of God.” 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 I have seen this passage used numerous times
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Sanctity of ALL Life

January 12, 2015
As believers, do we truly comprehend the ‘sanctity’ of life? We all say we stand for this, but do our lives, thoughts, and actions reflect this? Do we value some lives more than others? Do we value earthly life more than eternal life? As the ministry of Lifeline goes deeper into this broken and sinful
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The Sanctity of Life Through the Eyes of an Adoptee

January 9, 2015
On January 13th, 1984 President Ronald Reagan proclaimed that January 22nd would be National Sanctity of Life Day. Reagan reminded all of America that “the values and freedoms we cherish as Americans rest on our fundamental commitment to the sanctity of human life. The first of the `unalienable rights’ affirmed by our Declaration of Independence
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Love Beyond Placement

January 27, 2016 Rick Singleton
Leah always knew she had a clear calling to be a part of foster care ministry. As a single woman, she trusted the Lord to equip for everything He called her to do. In January 2015 she got her licensure as a foster parent, and in April she got her first placement—a 7-month-old little boy.
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Praying for Your Child’s Birth Mother and Father

October 15, 2015
Kenisha is a Lifeline birthmother who came to the Lifeline Maternity Village in the summer before her senior year of high school. As a pregnant teen, she chose an adoption plan for her child and, with the help of Lifeline, placed a precious baby boy for adoption. She offers her testimony as a source of
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What if abortion became illegal?

October 5, 2015 Rick Singleton
In light of the recent release of videos detailing the horrific work of abortions inside Planned Parenthood and the move to defund this organization from federal tax monies, I began to think, “What if abortion became illegal in the U.S. tomorrow?” What would I do? How would I respond? Instantly, I knew that I would
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Honoring Your Child’s Birth Mother

April 23, 2015 lifeline
Birth mothers of children who have been adopted or who are in foster care play a significant role in their children’s lives. Regardless of how many years, days, or moments they spent with their children after they were born, birth mothers are, and will always be, a part of their children’s identity. For this reason,
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Remembering in Joy and Grief

April 21, 2015 austinhardison
At Lifeline, we honor birth mothers who have made the courageous choice to give life and the brave but difficult choice of adoption. Courageous, brave, loved — these are all words we use to describe birth mothers because they are a reflection of selflessness—the true embodiment of love. We are proud to be a part
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