Monday, April 22, 2013

Lifting up LIFE with Laura

Sponsor Laura at Friends,

While attending college, Laura found herself pregnant and alone, with no support from the father of the baby.  Even though she had always considered herself pro-life, when faced with her own crisis pregnancy, she considered abortion. 

At the urging of her sister, Laura went to one of CPC’s Keim Centers, saw an ultrasound of her baby girl and changed her mind about having the abortion. 

Recently, Laura shared her story at CPC’s annual Pre-Walk Rally.  Her precious 11 month old baby, Eloise, waved to the crowd as Laura tearfully but joyfully shared, “Seeing my daughter’s heartbeat for the first time on the sonogram at The Keim Center forced me to face a reality I was trying to deny.  It changed my life forever, allowing me to give life to my daughter and bring her joy into our world.”

Laura embraced life for Eloise and now she is lifting up LIFE as a fund-raising walker for CPC’s Walk for Life!  Laura wants other women like her to receive the love and support she received through pregnancy center ministry. 

Since this is the month for CPC’s Walk for Life, I hope you too will participate in one of our Walk events as a fund-raising walker.  This is one of CPC’s largest annual fundraisers.  It’s not too late for you to take part.  You can register online at 

If you can’t Walk for Life this year, consider sponsoring Laura.  This would be a huge encouragement to her and to the ministry of CPC.  You can sponsor Laura by placing your donation in the envelope provided with this letter or you can go directly to Laura’s Walk for Life webpage at  There, you can give an online donation and send a personal message to Laura.  I know it would be a tremendous blessing for her to hear from you.

Thank you for supporting CPC!  Laura and her daughter, Eloise, represent thousands of women and children helped by this ministry.  We are grateful for you!
Walking to save lives and spare hearts,
Toby DeBause, President of Crisis Pregnancy Center of Tidewater

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