Women who face an unplanned pregnancy need a Friend.
Birthmothers works with pregnancy care centers to provide personal, one-on-one support for those who face an unplanned pregnancy.
How Does Birthmothers Complement Pregnancy Care Centers?
Birthmothers provides a trained Birthmothers Friend (mentor) who is matched one-on-one with a woman facing an unplanned pregnancy. Through this special relationship, the Friend provides a nonjudgmental ear, while connecting her to other life-affirming resources outside the center. She explains pregnancy options, including adoption, and points her to the love of Christ. A Friend walks with the pregnant woman for as long as she needs, often long after the baby is born. Even if she chooses to abort, the Friend will continue to love her unconditionally.
While pregnancy care centers provide a wide range of life-affirming services, Birthmothers complements their invaluable work by mentoring the woman once she leaves the center. A Birthmothers Friend is the missing relational link pregnant women need.
In fact, 83% post-abortive women say they would have changed their decision if they had support from a special person during pregnancy. That’s why Birthmothers Friends help save lives.
Learn more about becoming a Birthmothers Friend … and how you can impact lives one-on-one, one-by-one.
The Need Is Great
Birthmothers’ vision is to equip and mobilize one million Friends to walk with those who face an unplanned pregnancy.
Men face an unplanned pregnancies, too. That’s why we also train guy Friends to walk with men whose partners are pregnant.
Birthmothers helps your church help women who face an unplanned pregnancy.
We’ll equip you with a ready-made ministry model so you can reach out and help pregnant women right in your community. Find out how you can get started right away when you build a Birthmothers Church Team!
Birthmothers ministry video: why pregnant women need a Friend — and how we help
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