A year and a half ago, Selah* boarded a packed bus in the dead of winter, eager to get home from York University. At the next stop, a woman with a stroller waited to board. There was no room for her though, and she urged the bus to continue. The driver just sat there, thinking, […]
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By Christina Morrison, volunteer for the Pregnancy Care Centre Each and every day we are forced to make choices. These choices can be simple, such as what to eat for breakfast, or they can be complicated, such as what career to choose. The choices we make often go on to produce a ripple effect in […]
Kate-Lynn is a friend of the PCC – she’s offered to share parts of her journey with us. This scene reveals the almost crippling pressure from the father of her child to terminate her pregnancy. Here’s how she gained the strength to make her own decision. To hear how she discovered she was pregnant, see […]
I had just finished school and started a new job when I found out I was pregnant. This was not something I had planned for at all, and wasn’t exactly “good news.” Coming home from the doctor on a Toronto subway, I was very concerned about what my next step would be. I saw the […]
Seven billion people on one planet… how is it possible to be so surrounded, yet often feel so alone? Joni Eareckson-Tada tells of the Friend who sticks closer than a brother.
For those difficult days… this song may be a lift, reminding you of the many different ways God reaches out. Just because God doesn’t part the sea, pull you from the fire, doesn’t mean that He’s not there; His fingerprints are everywhere.
How do you prepare for bringing a whole new person into the world? Anna shares about early pregnancy struggles, labour & delivery, and how Baby Apollo has changed her life forever.
Anna reflects back to those first days when the news of her pregnancy came as a complete shock to her and her boyfriend.
Being a mom is no easy task, regardless of your circumstances, but certainly the endeavor is a much more challenging one when you have little or no support from family and are on your own.
For a month or two, Kaya had been wondering if she was pregnant. Yet she was still in complete shock when two purchased pregnancy tests and a clinic doctor confirmed the news. She’d always wanted a baby, but the news couldn’t have come at a worse time