A thank you from one of the women served by the PCC.
“When I became pregnant, I thought that I’d have to face it all alone. I wanted to raise my baby but knew I wasn’t ready to be a parent. I also wanted my son to have a stable life with a mom and a dad. So after much discernment I chose adoption."
Pregnancy can be a difficult time, but for June the challenges were monumental. She shares how she was brought through it, and why it was so worth it.
As her secret abortion lay buried deep within, Candace faced nearly six years of smiling on the outside while aching within her soul. “When nobody knows, who do you call, who do you grieve with?” Candace asked.
June Gillrie recently brought us back to a poignant scene in Canadian history.
If ever there were a straight-A student with a future ahead of her, it was Candace. And then her doctor confirmed the news that she was pregnant.
Little ones have no words to express their feelings, but this song from George Canyon pictures what might be going on in one of those little minds, while capturing the joy and sadness of miscarriage.
“You ate what with what?” Pregnancy is a weird and wonderful time, and that little one inside will drive you to the kitchen at all times for the day to satisfy cravings you never knew were possible.
Kate-Lynn, a friend of the PCC, has offered to share parts of her journey with us. This scene reveals the shock — and accompanying peace — that came as she and her friend Angela watched two lines appear.
This award-winning short film tracks the miracle of life from conception to birth.