I often reflect on Mother’s Day about all of the children who have been saved after their mothers came to PDHC. I think of these babies as “spiritual children” and I hope you do too. I think of the ancient Hebrew midwives who refused to follow Pharoah’s order to kill baby boys. These children lived because of what the midwives did, or rather refused to do, and the same is true today.
Children are alive today because their mothers and fathers received help at PDHC. It’s a humbling and, at times, an overwhelming task, but I am so grateful to be a part of it. Together, you and I are a part of God’s great plan to rescue. What a wonderful Father we have! He rescues, He redeems, He restores and He uses us to accomplish His purpose. We see all of this and more happen every day at PDHC. We know how important life is to God because He is the Creator of life. What a blessing it is to celebrate life together and honor mothers and fathers, both the natural and the spiritual.
We celebrate you during this time between Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Thank you for all of the ways that you care for and provide for children not your own. When you pray for a mother who is making a pregnancy decision or give so a new mom and dad might receive education and resources, or volunteer at PDHC, you are providing for families and children. Whole churches do this by including PDHC in their mission’s budget or hosting a baby bottle campaign. Families can do this together by participating in this summer’s Walk for Life! What a great way to teach your children to respect life. Golfers, we still have a few spots open at next week’s Golf for Life event at Scioto Reserve. These are fun ways to support life and family but they make an eternal difference!
You can find more information about ways to be involved by clicking here www.supportpdhc.org, or I would love to hear from you! You can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 614-888-8774 ext. 6121. I would be more than happy to meet or get you connected.
P.S. Have you seen our 2017 Annual Report? Click here to read all about 2017 Impact and learn about our 2018-2019 Initiatives!