Pregnant and Afraid Standing on the sidewalk outside of Greensboro’s abortion facility, memories flooded Hannah’s* mind. The fear. The uncertainty. The loneliness. Suddenly she was 18 again, pregnant and terrified about how a pregnancy would change her future. She’d felt trapped, as if abortion was her only choice. She’d come painfully close to moving forward
Author: Mary Holloman
Paula never expected that Wednesday night would end tragically. Yet even through the unimaginable, Paula says God redeemed her story and brought her a blessing through her pain. Paula was gang raped by her date and his roommate, and says she felt she was “left trying to pick up the pieces of my life.” She
After over 35 years of service in Greensboro, this week The Pregnancy Network opened a new Winston-Salem location. Our staff and ministry partners celebrated the expansion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and the opportunity to get a first look after weeks of renovations. Located at 811 W. Fifth Street, the new office in downtown Winston-Salem is
To say the events of 2020 upended the status quo for many of us would be an understatement. We’ve seen riots wreak havoc, disease ravage bodies, and politics destroy relationships. In the midst of the chaos, the Church has a unique opportunity and responsibility to be the light. To love our neighbors. To speak the
New year, new season of the Empowered Advocate podcast The Pregnancy Network created our podcast with this goal: to equip and empower you, our listeners, to advocate for life at every stage. In Season 1 and Season 2, we shared real women’s stories and highlighted organizations making a difference. We also share conversations with notable
The lights of the Christmas tree blinked in lazy monotony. On. Off. On. Off. Their projected cheeriness mocked me. Your unborn baby is dead? Don’t care. On. Off. You’re having nightmares every night? Don’t care. On. Off. The unforgiving stare of the yellow lights—along with every bell-ringing Santa, obnoxious Christmas carol, and irritating rerun of
Pregnant as a teenager, it seemed as if DeVanuia had no choice but abortion. She shared an honest look at her experience with us – how the choice to have abortions affected her life, and how she was able to find healing in the place she least expected it. This is her story. My name’s
Motherhood is life-changing, but it doesn’t mean you have to put all your dreams on hold. Today we’re highlighting two women who defied the odds and accomplished their goals while also becoming mothers. Briana raised the bar, earning her degree at Harvard Law School as a single mom. Emily Calandrelli is showing girls they can
We are excited to share that we are hiring for 5 new positions at The Pregnancy Network. Review the summaries for each position below. Full job descriptions can be viewed on our Careers page or by clicking the button below. Application instructions are provided under each job posting. We can’t wait to hear from you!
When Royal walked through the front door at The Pregnancy Network, she felt trapped. She felt she had no choice but to get an abortion. Following the recommendation of one of her friends, who also came to us for our services, Royal decided to make an appointment. Royal couldn’t have imagined what would happen next.