As a church, we are pleased to partner with Love Life in praying for families facing crisis pregnancies. Love Life’s purpose statement says it all:
WE UNITE & MOBILIZE TOGETHER FOR PRAYER UNDER THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST; THE GOSPEL IS GOD’S PLAN FOR A CULTURE OF LOVE & LIFE.
What Love Life IS
Love Life IS about prayer
For 40 weeks (the length of a full-term pregnancy) a year, Love Life gathers churches across the community for weekly prayer walks – providing the opportunity to gather and pray for abortion workers to leave this field and for pregnant mothers facing the decision to choose life or choose abortion.
Love Life IS about partnering with others
Love Life partners individuals with organizations who are experts in supporting women in crisis pregnancies including local pregnancy centers, foster and adoption agencies and churches who can rally around and support moms and babies who choose life.
Additionally, Love Life fosters a culture of acceptance, guidance and hope for moms who choose life by providing mentor families to coach, encourage, mentor and love new moms as they welcome their babies.
What Love Life Is NOT
Love Life has a strict code of conduct all participants must abide by.
- Love Life is not a protest.
- Prayer walks are organized to bring the church together in prayer and worship.
- Love Life events are not picket lines.
- Love Life events are not opportunities to confront abortion workers or families seeking abortions.
The Pregnancy Network (formerly Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center) has been empowering women and men to face unplanned pregnancy for over 30 years. The Pregnancy Network is a Christian, multi-denominational organization which seeks to make abortion an unnecessary option for clients who see it as their only alternative. All services are free of charge, including: pregnancy tests, ultrasound services, STD tests, Woman’s Right to Know certification, classes (for parenting, relationships, and healthy sexuality), mentorship (through the Titus 2 Initiative in which we hope to connect clients with local churches), and resources (like baby and maternity items, or community referrals).