A mobile pregnancy care resource center may be relatively new for the Florida Baptist Children’s Homes, but it already has become a strategic advocate for life and the health of the unborn.
“Two babies and two souls were saved” when the unit was stationed next door to a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown Orlando in late June, Mary Lou Hendry, director of sanctity of human life for the children’s homes, reported.
The two women intended to get abortions but instead, by divine appointment, each was able to see her baby on an ultrasound machine screen provided by gifts to the Psalm 139 Project of Southern Baptists’ Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
The mobile pregnancy care resource center — housed in a reconfigured travel trailer donated to the Florida Baptist Children’s Homes last year — offered its services from a vacant lot adjacent to the Planned Parenthood clinic in an economically depressed area of the city. The owner of the land granted the team permission to work from the parcel of land.Continue Reading on www.bpnews.net