Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less advocate for a scared, young woman whose world just shattered when she received a positive pregnancy test.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less person to hear her story, help her to breathe and provide a soft place for her to pause, and a haven for her to think things through.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be a missed glimpse of the baby that, in all her digital reflection, is heart throbbing and wiggling and dreaming of meeting her mama.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less alternative for the woman who is having second thoughts after taking the first abortion pill.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be all those missed opportunities for parents and parents-to-be to learn how to care for their children, or hear about Jesus, or develop a new life-skill.
Without Bridgehaven, families would stretch farther to try and make ends meet, cupboards would be bare, diapers might be sparsely rationed for tiny bottoms, and formula might be diluted to help it last.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less choice for life in our community.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less resource for families facing a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis. These families experience unique isolation and suffering, and our Take Heart services have been designed to specifically meet their needs.
Without Bridgehaven, more abortion survivors would continue to feel unforgiven, unlovable, and silently tortured for an impossible choice made, instead of connecting with Take Courage retreats and one-on-one mentoring.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be one less voice in classrooms offering an alternative to what culture is normalizing.
Without Bridgehaven, the 13-year-old pregnant student might fall between the cracks of a busy school system instead of being connected to mentors and services.
Without Bridgehaven, there would be no Treasures. Enough said. 😊
We are so thankful to our community, supporters, volunteers, and donors that we do not have to know what it would be like without Bridgehaven.
‘The Lord has done great things for us and we are glad’ Psalm 126:3