May 14, 2019
Being able to show a pregnant woman and/or the father their baby before they make a decision changes everything for a large percentage of people considering an abortion. That’s why two Alabama-based pregnancy care ministries were celebrating recently — one received a new ultrasound machine and the other was gifted the existing machine.
On this week’s TAB News, cohosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell talk with Julie McLendon, executive director of North Jefferson Women’s Center; Angie Cantrell, executive director of St. Clair County Sav-A-Life; and Lisa Hogan, executive director of Sav-A-Life Vestavia — the oldest pregnancy center in Alabama, about the ultrasound machines, the partnership between their centers and a recent merger. The directors also share about how the Sav-A-Life ministries work overall and how the families they meet are supported throughout the pregnancy and into parenthood as well as how the centers are able to help women and men who made the choice to have an abortion heal from the emotional pain and learn how to forgive themselves.
Following the 29-minute interview, TAB staff members and correspondents will present an audio digest of this week’s issue including news, features, Dr. Batson’s Theology 101 column and Sunday School commentaries.