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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Fighting for Family

May 11, 2017 rachelmiley
As Mother’s Day approaches us, we at Lifeline love to celebrate the strength of mothers who fight for their families and love courageously. Allison is one such mom. She is a recent graduate of a Families Count class hosted by a church in Birmingham, Alabama. Her story is one that, like many, includes a battle
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Confronting Sin with Calmness

January 26, 2016
In Families Count, we teach parent’s about learned behaviors. In my words, these behaviors are ones that you acquire in your lifetime through interaction with your environment, or by being taught. Often these are not taught through sit down lessons, but rather by being immersed in an environment where a behavior unfolded consistently and frequently.
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The Blessing of Weakness

April 1, 2016
Our legacy can be certain if we will decline fascination with our own competence; opting instead for a radical confidence in the power of God.
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Changing Lives through the Church

April 6, 2016
We are believers in this goal, as we know from Scripture that God ordained family; however, outside of multiple short-term interventions, there are few, or no, real Christ-centered services being offered to birth parents—services that extend hope for lasting success to them and their children.
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So Now, We are His Children

March 16, 2016
We now belong to a Father, in a new family with sisters and brothers from all times, cultures, and languages. We have not earned this identity, but have received it all because of Jesus!
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Sewing Seeds of Life

November 1, 2015
My wife and I recently had a student recount to us a literal life or death moment that she experienced in the midst of a difficult season. Our students in the Families Count Ministry are precious men and women who, like all, of us are dealing with sin; but for them, the issues have reached
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