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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 [...]

Senate Rejects the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

This week, Senator Sasse introduced a piece of legislation that sought to protect infants who survive botched abortions. Oftentimes legislation consists of hundred of pages of legalities and long-winded political speech, but the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act does not follow that trend. It, instead, simply seeks to provide the same rights to survivors of [...]

New York’s Reproductive Health Act is Already Having a Negative Impact

Recent weeks have brought a great deal of conversation concerning new abortion laws being introduced and subsequently passed across the country. New York, the most recent state to move in this direction, passed the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) on January 22nd. This act, that legalizes abortion through the third trimester and removes abortion from the [...]

By |2019-02-12T17:32:56+00:00February 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Just Give Me the Abortion Pills

Just give me the abortion pills… These six words spoken by Jerryka, thankfully, were not the end of her journey. Instead, these six words were just the beginning. You see, Jerryka came to HOPE scared and uncertain of her future. A future planned, thought out, and within her grasp that didn’t involve an exam room [...]

Dear Friend of HOPE

It is hard to believe I am preparing to begin my fourth year with HOPE, and HOPE is preparing to start its twenty-second year of operation here in Knoxville. We have witnessed a lot of change since 1997, but HOPE’s focus and mission of service has weathered every storm and maintained its impact on our [...]

Eight Hours and Eighteen Baby Showers

This past week, we were fortunate enough to host 18 baby showers for first-time moms at HOPE. For eight hours, we welcomed moms, dads, families, and friends inside our walls to celebrate the arrival of a little boy or little girl. This is nothing new at HOPE as we host baby showers every quarter, but [...]

More Than a Photo Shoot

This past week we were blessed to have partnered with Amanda May Photos for a photo shoot with some of our patients and their babies. The weather was a bit overcast, but the smiles were pure joy as these moms were celebrated. I have said it before, but it deserves to be said again, our [...]

By |2018-10-31T14:37:13+00:00October 31st, 2018|Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

They Could Have Gone Anywhere, But They Ended Up At HOPE

This week at HOPE, we started our last session of parenting classes for the year. Every class is special, but the last one of the year always seems a little different. I am not sure if it because of the change in the weather or that the holiday season is quickly approaching, but the year-capping [...]

By |2018-10-03T15:07:49+00:00October 3rd, 2018|Hope Resource Center - General|0 Comments

A Reminder

This week the staff at HOPE reminded me of just how special they are in serving this city that we get to call home. I realize that my viewpoint may be biased when it comes to HOPE’s work, but I legitimately believe that this staff and others like them across the country will be the [...]