We Go to Her
Our women’s care clinic is operating on all cylinders, reaching more abortion-determined women than ever before, and rescuing preborn lives at record rates.
Oftentimes the at-risk women we connect with do not have the means to get to our brick-and-mortar clinic. Few of them own a vehicle, and many don’t have enough spare change to pay for a bus ride across town. We believe nothing should stand in the way of a woman receiving the life-affirming care she deserves. So we go to her.
Armed with compassion and a heart for ministry, our team loads onto a 38-foot mobile women’s clinic, drives into some of our city’s most abortion-plagued communities, and meets with women facing the highest anxiety of their lives.
We know the women we meet through our mobile clinic are feeling untold pressure to end the life of their child. They often face abuse, unemployment, and even poverty; so they believe the devil’s lies that they cannot withstand the storm. But our mobile clinic arrives as an ambassador for Christ, declaring, “I AM the storm.”
Our women’s mobile clinic is a haven of hope and safety for preborn babies and their families. I believe every time our mobile clinic takes to the streets, we are on a mission to rescue lives. Sometimes just the presence of our mobile clinic in a community torn apart by abortion can send a message that life is precious.
When a woman enters our mobile clinic, the receptionist greets her and collects all of her pertinent information. Next, the woman is escorted into an exam room where she receives a free lab-grade pregnancy test, along with STI/STD testing. Finally, if the pregnancy is confirmed, she is offered a free ultrasound.
Our professional staff employs best practices to engage every client who visits our mobile clinic, yet we are cognizant that the battle for life belongs to the Lord. In essence, “we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works” (Ephesians 2:10 NKJV). We focus on serving each at-risk woman, discovering the obstacles that stand between her and choosing life, and doing all we can to help her dismantle those obstacles.
It’s been said it takes a village to raise a child. In much the same way, I believe it takes a village to save a child. And when I think about the village that operates our mobile clinic as it goes into the city’s darkest corridors and fearlessly brings hope to so many hurting women and men, I’m inspired.
It’s been a blessing to see our road warriors sold out to grace, compassion, and mercy for everyone who steps onto the mobile clinic. Drive on, Team!!