Together we made an Impact!

The year 2022 was a historic one for those who believe in the sanctity of human life. So much has happened, and yet so much has stayed the same. Women are still struggling with unexpected pregnancies. They are still concerned about the future, worried they can’t move forward with a baby, and afraid they won’t … Continued

Blessed to be a Blessing

“Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.” Proverbs 11:25 Andrew needed a car. Money was tight, so Andrew’s boss and brother chipped in to help him purchase one from a neighbor, who’d deeply discounted the car so Andrew could afford it. It was an incredible, life-changing blessing for … Continued

Is a Post Roe v Wade World Coming?

The Supreme Court is discussing the constitutional right to abortion, and people on both sides of the issue are wondering how or if abortion access will change in the coming months. I’ve seen some powerful word slinging, along with a dire list of things we can expect: women dying in alleys, an increase in crime … Continued

Care Fest – Loving our neighbors!

Care Net is partnering with Extended Hands Pantry, LightHouse Church & School, Asbury Methodist, and Familia Dental for an essential supply giveaway event! Families in need, single moms, and dads can come by LightHouse Church on Schroeder Rd on Saturday, March 5 from 10:00 am -12:00 pm for free diapers and baby essentials, household goods … Continued

Is God Calling You?

You may have seen the “We’re hiring” ads on our Facebook page, eblasts or our website. And it’s true – we are hiring. But we aren’t just looking for people to work here – we’re looking for people whom God is calling to serve women and families facing unintended pregnancies. And that’s a big difference. … Continued

Because of you, they found a family

I want to share a recent experience with you.  One of the moms who’s called The Elizabeth House (T.E.H.) her home for the past 8 months was ready to move into her next home.  It was bittersweet to say goodbye to her. She was heading out of state, where we wouldn’t be able to see … Continued


My husband recently said to me, “I want to help people; I just don’t want to get involved in their mess.” I chuckled because I understood the feeling.  Truth is, I have thought the same thing. And yet, that’s what God calls us to do.  To follow Christ is to follow his example. “While we … Continued

I was at a loss

“I was at a loss. I didn’t know what to think, what to do or what to feel.”  That’s how Nina* felt when she arrived at our clinic. A young teenager, Nina was hoping to hide her pregnancy for as long as possible.  But her mom, Penelope*, found out and brought her to our clinic.   Penelope … Continued

What is the most we can do?

I’ve been reflecting on that thought a lot lately.  In a culture obsessed with doing the minimum necessary, it’s unexpected to find a place that’s willing to do the “most” it can for you. When I think about the example of Christ, I think about how He did the most He could, even giving up His own … Continued

Celebrating one month of “doing life” at The Elizabeth House

Guest author, Katherine Higgins, shares her experience of working at The Elizabeth House.  Last month I started working at The Elizabeth House. After learning the program and getting used to the rhythm of the place, two aspects immediately stick out to me. First, The Elizabeth House is a home, shared by roommates who live in … Continued