'Babies Go to Congress': Mothers & Kids Share Their Message Pregnancy Centers 'Save Moms and Babies Lives'


'Babies Go to Congress': Mothers & Kids Share Their Message Pregnancy Centers 'Save Moms and Babies Lives'

A group of women met with lawmakers as part of Heartbeat International's "Babies Go to Congress Campaign". These moms and babies are testimonies of the good pro-life resource centers can be.

Each mother told a different story about how their life - and their baby's - was saved.

At the age of 30, Evalynn found herself pregnant out of wedlock again.

"I was already a single mother of a 3-year-old and I was attempting to finish my Bachelor's degree. I had no idea how I was going to support myself, and two children, and finish college," she explained.

Evalynn was not sure if she was going to choose to have an abortion or keep her baby. She went to an Ohio pregnancy center for an ultrasound.

"In this age, the world tells women that to be happy and to have a successful life we must abort our unborn babies," she explained. "That is the furthest thing from the truth! I have never lived a life that is so fulfilled physically, mentally, and spiritually. God used this baby's life to save mine and I am forever grateful!"

Danielle also attended the meeting. At 20 years old, she found out she was pregnant with her daughter, Lei'Lani.

"I knew that I was carrying life - that it wasn't just me anymore," Danielle said, "but I had no money, and my family refused to support me."

She found the Paul Stefan Foundation, a local maternity home.

"I was 20 years old. I was a kid. And the amount of support and love that was poured into me directly from staff but also all these community agencies and resources saved me. So, pro-life for me isn't just about a fetus or an embryo, it was about me," Danielle told TownHall.

Kylie reached out to Real Options when she found out that she was pregnant with her daughter Zoe.

The financial strain of raising five children on her own was just too much.

She told Heartbeat International that Real Options was there for her when she needed the most.

Photo Courtesy: Heartbeat International via Twitter
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