Welcome to Living Hope Pregnancy Center


Do you need hope and encouragement or are you someone wanting to make a positive difference in our community?

  

We are inviting you today, to become a partner with us in the pursuit of saving lives and supporting families while helping women and families facing unplanned pregnancy to discover positive alternatives to abortion.

  

In history there has always been those who turn a blind eye and those who take a stand and do something to make a difference. We invite you to take a stand in partnership with us by learning more about the issues, requesting more information and supporting us with your financial contribution.

 

Think about this:

  

Based on accumulative data from two primary sources of U.S. abortion statistics* more than 1 million abortions are performed each year in the United States. From the legalization of abortion in 1973 until 2011, it is estimated that more than 50 million babies have lost their unalienable right to Life - their right to be born. To bring this more clearly into focus consider that America has lost, through combat in the wars in which we have participated, going back to the war of 1812 to the present 2011 War on Terror, a total of 1.35 million Americans**.

 


Here is a question for you:

 

 

What would you advise a woman who is pregnant for the fifth time…

Whose husband suffers from syphilis and she suffers from tuberculoses, whose oldest child was born blind…

Whose second child died…

Whose third child was born deaf…

That she should have an abortion?

You just signed the death sentence of Ludwig van Beethoven.

 

The destruction of future generations of gifted individuals is not wisdom. Killing the very person that held the cure for cancer, in their unborn mind, would be a poor comment on any society. We say it's time to stop and build the future generation.

 

We are:

    "saving lives and building families one life at a time"

 

 

 

 

 

*Center for Disease Control, and Guttmacher Institute
**Wikipedia.org/United_States_military_casualties_of_war