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From Judy’s Desk

Posted by on May 7, 2014 in Blog |

As I sit here at my desk I am thinking about what resource pregnancy centers are all about. This is a much different place than what I initially thought before I started working here. I don’t believe the general public, for the most part, really knows what we do here. I feel there are many misperceptions out there. Certainly this isn’t anyone’s fault. It just is what it is. So, my goal is to help educate our community on what we really do. As everyone pretty much knows we...

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New Life

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Blog |

Spring reminds me of 2 Corinthians 5:17:  Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come. New life!  It is so wonderful to see the flowers start to peek through the ground, to see the snow finally melt and to have the wonderful warmth of the spring sun!  It makes us all happy.  We walk with an extra spring in our step. So it is here when we see a mom choose life and we see that beautiful little baby as he or...

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A Word from Judy on WAIT Training

Posted by on Feb 27, 2014 in Blog |

No… this has nothing to do with exercise nor did I misspell the word WAIT! Not that “weight” training is not valuable but this is a different kind of training. The Turning Point staff has been looking for something to help teens make good decisions for the past three years. We would much rather give them tools to make good choices versus helping them deal with the consequences of bad choices. Finally, WAIT Training was discovered. This is a great curriculum which provides...

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The Least of These

Posted by on Feb 14, 2014 in Blog |

My son recently suggested I listen to a sermon by Matt Chandler from the Village Church. This is a free app that can be downloaded on your I-phone or I-pad. The sermon was on the “sanctity of life” which is a pretty unpopular topic in our culture today. It’s something I’ve avoided taking a stand on much of my life. I am typically a people pleaser. I don’t necessarily want to rock the boat with political, moral or social issues. My dad taught us to never talk about politics,...

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