The One that is Hope

The Christmas story clearly shows that the hope of the universe is a person. Hope was what the angels sang about. Hope lay in the manger. Hope caused Mary to wonder in her heart. It was hope the shepherds came to worship. Hope was presented with gifts from the Magi who had traveled so far. [...]

Pregnancy Centers and the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a very crucial case concerning the First Amendment and a pregnancy center’s right to operate within their values and convictions. This is a big day for the pro-life movement and one of its largest umbrella organizations, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) as we have an [...]

By | November 14th, 2017|Call to Action, Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

Grateful

Last week we invited volunteers back to HOPE to celebrate 20 years of service in Knoxville. We made gift bags, provided cookies and cake, and offered tours of the building for those that hadn’t visited in a while. The impact HOPE has had on over 25,000 patients would never have happened without the countless sacrificial [...]

What Happens When a Patient’s Water Breaks the Morning of Her Baby Shower? We Move the Baby Shower to the Delivery Room!

As many of you know, HOPE provides roughly 50 to 60 baby showers every single year. These showers are a consistent highlight to our year as we get to experience the love of a mother for her child, the outpouring of support from our community, and the impact love has on broken situations. We recently [...]

Abortion in the Modern Era Utilizes Telemedicine

Mother Jones recently featured an article discussing abortion in the modern era. We are living in a very progressive time. That’s right, our phones are now super computers, cars are driving themselves, and abortion doctors are seeing patients via teleconferencing. The author of the Mother Jones piece attempts to make the case for “remote abortions.” [...]

By | September 8th, 2017|Call to Action, Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

A Society in Conflict

The past few weeks have, once again, brought a great deal of conversation concerning life and death. Our country has been faced with another school shooting, a generational type flood in SC, hearings on abortion and assisted suicide for the terminally ill, and a Doctors Without Borders hospital being bombed. Sadness and destruction continues to [...]

By | October 7th, 2015|Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

Thousands United in One Voice

This past week I attended a conference in San Diego, California. This conference was put on by Care Net, one of the largest pregnancy resource center umbrella organizations in the world. Care Net was established in 1975 in response to the legalizing of abortion in 1973. The founders ached for the unborn and decided to [...]

By | September 16th, 2015|Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

Two Teams…One Difference

Christian Academy of Knoxville and Grace Christian Academy have been long-time rivals on the football field. Every year, the big CAK vs. GCA football game brings with it much anticipation and excitement. This game is even frequently televised as WBIR’s Prep Xtra game of the week or WVLT’s Rivalry Thursday game of the week. All [...]

Life Matters

Thank you so much for your stance on life. It is truly an honor to work alongside folks like you in this much needed and very rewarding cause. This cause is what motivated my blog today. The cause of life and abortion is the defining issue of our generation. In the past few months we [...]

A Story of HOPE

I love what I do. I love coming to work at HOPE every day. I love seeing lives celebrated and transformed. I love to share these stories with you. I love all of this, but today’s post is a bit different. Today’s post is not me simply sharing a story. Instead, today we have a [...]

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