Lifeline Children’s Services Supports Oklahoma’s Near-Total Ban on Abortions

BIRMINGHAM, AL – Lifeline Children’s Services endorses the Oklahoma State Legislature’s Senate Bill 612, which  makes performing an abortion, unless a medical emergency, a felony in the state of Oklahoma. This bill is on the cusp of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the Dobbs v. Jackson case, which could overturn Roe v. Wade.

“The enactment of Oklahoma’s Senate Bill 612 is historical news for Oklahoma and the thousands of human lives that will be saved,” said Herbie Newell, president of Lifeline Children’s Services. “Lifeline Children’s Services will continue to advocate for women in crisis as we provide alternatives that champion life. We are pro-human flourishing, pro-human life and pro-woman.  Lifeline is currently in the process of being licensed in the state of Oklahoma, but stands ready even now to serve the women, families and children of Oklahoma.”


About Lifeline Children’s Services

Lifeline Children’s Services is the largest Evangelical Christian adoption agency in America, with offices in 16 states. It serves vulnerable children and families through private domestic and international adoption, family restoration, and pregnancy counseling.


While Lifeline is not affiliated with any denomination, it was created to support pregnancy counseling and adoption work in 1981 by Briarwood Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, Alabama. Lifeline’s headquarters remain in Birmingham. In 2000, Lifeline expanded its ministry to international adoption, starting in China. Each year, additional countries have been added, and now Lifeline is presently involved in 18 countries.


Press Release Apr 2022 Oklahoma