In A World Filled With Lies, Local Women Need The Truth!
Too often in our culture, narratives don’t reflect reality. This is true on both sides of the political aisle and within all our different subcultures. Sometimes the lies don’t matter much – “Wow, Santa came and ate all those cookies! — Definitely NOT Dad!!” Other times, lives are at stake. If I’ve learned anything in my time at Care Net, it’s that the abortion industry lies, and then lies about lying.
LIE: Abortion is an easy decision, like removing a mole.
Truth: The decision to have an abortion affects our clients physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually for years.
A clients’ decision often involves other people, especially the father. This is why she needs a safe place to go to process with the freedom to consider all aspects of her decision. It’s also why we’ve had our busiest year ever and have 99.5% 5-star reviews — we tell the truth.
LIE: Care Net Peninsula is a fake clinic that manipulates women.
Truth: The Abortion Industry sells abortions, Care Net serves women for free.
This year, a national Abortion Pill Company started marketing At-Home Abortions to sell Peninsula women the abortion pill without ever leaving their homes. They also launched a Missed Period Pills brand to sell the exact same pill, only marketed to women who aren’t even sure they’re pregnant. Meanwhile, Care Net Peninsula offers counseling, STI testing, Ultrasounds, and more through highly trained staff, including 5 Registered Nurses. It’s hard for the ‘manipulative’ label to stick when all our services are offered with no strings attached and FOR FREE thanks to partners like you.
LIE: Women who choose life for their babies are doomed to a life of poverty and unfulfilled dreams.
Truth: We hear from former clients almost every day who are incredibly grateful they chose life for their babies.
Jacqueline* was a Care Net client last year. She was planning to have an abortion but after a visit to our clinic chose life for her baby and re-dedicated her life to Christ. This summer she shared with excitement and gratitude that she’d been accepted into Nursing School and is. on track for her dream job. No Abortion Necessary!
Even as lies persist, we serve the one TRUE God. When you invest in Care Net Peninsula, you provide a way for 600+ local women to hear the TRUTH that God loves and cares for them and for their babies.
2022 will be a crucial year in the fight for life on the Peninsula. With national companies now selling At-Home Abortions up to 11 weeks, we must invest more than ever to reach clients and expand our services.
Your gift of $50, $100, $500, $1,000, or whatever amount God puts on your heart will provide the help. and hope local women need to choose life for their babies. We cannot continue to offer all our services for free without your generous support.
Thank you so much for partnering with our ministry and on behalf of the whole CNP team we pray you have a very Merry Christmas.
P.S. – The abortion industry lies to women about their pregnancies and about Care Net Peninsula. Will you consider a gift to this ministry to provide a safe place local women can go to–for free–to learn the truth about their babies? Thank you for your generous support!
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