Change One Life

Lifeline’s pregnancy counseling ministry is central to our mission of bringing gospel hope to vulnerable women and children.  Amanda is a birthmother who found herself unexpectedly pregnant and made the

‘Thank You’ to Our Partner Healthcare Facilities

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

Naomi Fled for Life

The women we serve through our pregnancy counseling ministry at Lifeline are incredibly brave and strong, including Naomi, who literally fled a country to save her son. Naomi epitomized the

Finding Hope through an Unplanned Pregnancy

When Gina connected with Lifeline she found more than options; she found hope. Gina found herself in an unplanned pregnancy. Past decisions left Gina with a false understanding that she

Truth for Mothers in Unplanned Pregnancies

Every time a woman walks into the offices of Lifeline Children’s Services seeking to understand the options for her unexpected pregnancy, we are overcome at her strength, love, and desire

The Option of Adoption

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,

Love Beyond Placement

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

Praying for Your Child’s Birth Mother and Father

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

Honoring Your Child’s Birth Mother

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

Remembering in Joy and Grief

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

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