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What Women Want: Empowering Choices

Below is a copy of a story submission from an amazing couple, Dan and Tet George: Ten beautiful babies.  Ten women empowered to prioritize life.   Our family has cared for ten babies over the last couple of years through an emergency respite care program.  We’ve fed countless bottles, carefully avoided intact umbilical cords during diaper […]

Honoring Fatherhood

At Save the Storks, we often talk about motherhood and all that is required for the amazing role that moms fill, but we also love to celebrate the vital role of fathers. This Father’s Day, we wanted to share with you in a few things that we at Save the Storks have learned from our […]

23 weeks and 3 days

Born at 23 weeks and three days, Saybie is now the world’s smallest surviving baby. This little girl, nicknamed Saybie by her doctors, weighed in at 8.6 ounces. This is great news and truly a remarkable testament to medical advancement, prayers, and this little girl’s fighter’s heart. I am a sucker for a heartwarming story […]

Woman Gives Birth to Healthy Triplets After Doctors Advise Her to Abort

Last year, Christy Beck of Richmond, Virginia, became a mother after years of struggling with infertility. For Christy, finding out she was having triplets Rockwell, Cali, and Elli was a dream come true. She told Inside Edition, “I’ve always dreamed of a having children and being a mom my whole life. And it’s just something I’ve […]

Mother’s Day, Broken Dreams and a Fulfilled Calling

Like most little girls, I imagined I’d be a mom when I grew up. The dream wasn’t lofty. It didn’t seem selfish or unattainable. It wasn’t like I wanted to be a princess, or the President. I just knew that being a mom was what I was called to do. Dolls, stuffed animals, pet cats […]

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 […]

Prejudice Against Down Syndrome

I read an article by a mother in Ohio who has a daughter with Down Syndrome. In it, she advocates for the right to abort a child diagnosed with Down Syndrome. There are several things she says that I appreciate and agree with, and one that I don’t.   First – She declined amniocentesis because […]

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 […]

Mom Who Chose Life as a Teen Now Works in the Pro-Life Movement

Caitlyn Dixson graduated from college a year early with a double major. For the past six months, she has served as the executive director of Iowa Right to Life where she has utilized her political experience to lobby at the capitol for pro-life laws. These would be impressive feats for anyone, but for Dixson, she […]

Supporting Women in an Unplanned Pregnancy

Kayley was 23. Her brother had recently passed away unexpectedly, the relationship she was in was falling apart, and having a child was the last thing on her mind. “The immediate shock of looking at a pregnancy test and seeing that it’s positive is, this has to be a mistake,” she says. “There’s no way.” […]

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 […]