Natasha Smith

Natasha enjoys the great outdoors, discipleship, volleyball and facilitating events that encourage community and lasting memories. Natasha finds her creative outlet at Storks as she serves pregnancy centers as the Solutions Marketing Liaison. What brightens her day most are those moments when she collects the current stories from PRCs around the nation, which tell of women who have been empowered to chose life.

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Congratulations Mom!

Meet Rosliani and Emmanuel. Emmanuel turned one year old on March 27! Some members of the Storks team met Emmanuel and his mother who made a decision for life. Facing deportation, homelessness, and poverty contributed to the seemingly logical thought that abortion was the only option for her. With the help of amazing staff onboard…

Real Choice in a Choiceless Culture

“My body, my choice.” this slogan is the anthem of the pro-choice movement. Planned Parenthood has made the abortion issue one revolving around women’s rights which is far easier to accept than the reality of death, pain, and heartache that surrounds the decision to abort one’s child. Americans have a deep defensiveness when it comes…

Unplanned, Planned Parenthood, and Women’s Rights

In March we celebrate International Women’s Day. Their theme for this year stated, “A balanced world is a better world. How can you help forge a more gender-balanced world? Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.” We celebrate the value of all life. But we are also aware of a major…

Choosing Bravery

Hannah radiates joy. It’s hard to imagine this beautiful young woman shooting heroin and high on other drugs just a year ago. Her life was so radically changed because of her pregnancy and through the love of Christ she received onboard The Pregnancy Center’s Stork Bus. I love stories. They’re powerful and no one can…

How do Pregnancy Centers Support Women?

Our affiliates across the nation share story after story of how they help their clients. Few women simply receive a pregnancy confirmation and leave, never to be heard from again. Pregnancy Center staff deeply care for the women they serve, no matter what the pregnancy decisions may be. Here is counselling room where parenting classes are…

You Saved My Daughter: How a Little Hope Makes All the Difference

“It’s a woman’s issue.” “My body, my choice.” “No woman can call herself free who does not own and control her own body.” “Pro-choice, the radical idea that women are people.” These are just some slogans found or chanted at pro-choice demonstrations. Save the Storks believes that all lives matter in the conversation of life….

A Choice for Two

The Compassion Care Center Mobile crew parks in front of the abortion clinic. Their blessing bags with information and goodies are ready to be given to any woman who wants one. It’s a very busy morning for the abortion clinic, women kept the door rotating throughout the morning. No one responds to the invitations for…

A Post-Abortive Mom Finds Healing 29 Years Later

Mary saw the bus as she was driving home and decided to turn around and check it out. Without hesitation, she walked up and told us what a blessing we were to the women who might be pregnant in Huntington Beach. She wasn’t pregnant she assured the staff. She just wanted to talk. Horizon Pregnancy…

Back to the Bronx, 45 Stork Buses Later

An idea fused with passion and empowered by God. This is how Save the Storks began and grew. In 2010, Joe Baker first imagined launching buses equipped with free sonogram machines. His intention was to have a bus in every major city, providing care and resources for the 64% of women who said they felt…

Planned Parenthood transformed into Pregnancy Center

When Planned Parenthood moved into Bettendorf, Iowa, offering abortions to the community,  fervent prayer warriors fasted and prayed for three weeks in a little trailer on property directly across from the abortion clinic. In 2002, Bettendorf welcomed its first pregnancy help medical clinic, the Women’s Choice Center. This clinic was built exactly where those women…