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The Truth About Pregnancy Resource Centers

Recently, Huffington Post published an article stating how awful and terrifying crisis pregnancy centers are. I interviewed Amy, the director of a “life affirming pregnancy resource ministry” in a college town to get actual facts and get to the bottom of what does and does not go on at these kinds of centers. Tell me […]

Hannah’s Story

My name is Hannah and I have a wonderful boyfriend. Yes, the kind of guy that gives you butterflies every time he walks by. It’s not just that though. We’re serious, we have dreams for our future. I’ve always wanted to be pregnant one day. We’ve discussed having children in our future. But now? I’m […]

How Coffee With a Stranger Changed My Life

30 years ago I was already the single mother of a nine-year-old daughter that I had at age 17, and not making great choices in my life. I found myself pregnant once again as a 26 year old, and the father of the baby made it abundantly clear that he wanted no part of that […]

Susi’s Story

My name is Susi and I’m 25 years old. I have a daughter and son from a previous marriage, and remarried a few months ago. Recently I found out I was pregnant – this was definitely a surprise.The shock didn’t last but the fear did. My past isn’t an easy one and I suffered with […]

Sofia’s Story

On August 15, 2014, Sofia and Kory visited the abortion clinic at 40 Engle St. for a pregnancy test because Sofia had missed her period. Initially, they were happy about her pregnancy but worried about how they were going to provide for a child. Sofia knew she would have to stop working if she chose […]

Do We Value All Lives?

  Josh is the executive director of a pregnancy resource center in New York. In between networking with members of the community and other nonprofits in the area, he enjoys drinking coffee, planning events, and traveling with Save the Storks. You can follow his adventures via photos and videos on his Instagram account. “Are you […]

A Story of Hope

I first met the Bauman family three years ago when we moved to Southern California. They are hilarious, fun to be with, and beyond generous to others. At the time, they had three kids ages 6, 4, and only a few months. They turned into the kind of friends who were happy with us dropping […]

Why True Feminists Are Pro-Life

Daniel Payne wrote for the Federalist earlier this month that it is impossible to be a feminist and be pro-life. While this sentiment is shared by many who find their pro-life values constantly attacked by feminists, it simply isn’t true. As we’ve written previously here at Save the Storks, pro-lifers may in fact be in […]

Five Ways to Empower Your Church to Adopt

“It is beautiful, but hard.” This was the overture common to all three of the families I talked with last week. Each one had a very different story, but all three had adopted. Wayne and Bethany brought Ivy home from the hospital. Ivy’s birth mom specifically chose them to be the parents of her baby. […]

Giving Tuesday – And Beyond!

Help us turn $25,000 into $50,000 by next Friday! Earlier this week, on Giving Tuesday, Save the Storks set an exciting goal to raise $25,000. A generous donor with a big heart for the work we do here at Save the Storks agreed to extend their match – up to $25,000 – until next Friday, […]

Eugenia’s Story

My story starts out in April 2015 when I was walking down to my next class and had to stop and sit for a while because I became dizzy and nauseous. I bought a pregnancy test and watched my fears come true as the test revealed I was pregnant with my third child. My boyfriend […]

Six Celebrities Who Chose Adoption

In the past we have looked at famous adopted children including singer/songwriter Faith Hill, entrepreneur/businessman Steve Jobs, and human rights activist Nelson Mandela. Today we will explore 7 celebrities who chose adoption. We celebrate their willingness to step outside the box of societal norms, take on big challenges, and declare a victory in the life […]