by Jay Hobbs, Communications Assistant
On a brisk January afternoon, I found myself positioned between two citadels of American government.
On my right sat the Capitol Building, where I’d spent the morning with Heartbeat International’s Babies Go to Congress®. On my left stood the U.S. Supreme Court Building, where the 40th Annual March for Life would conclude the following day.
As I turned my gaze to the Supreme Court building, I expected to behold its looming columns and take in its hopeful, enduring motto, “Equal Justice Under Law.”
But what I saw surprised me. The majestic façade was covered with scaffolding and a transparent construction curtain. As I learned, the great marble-work of the building’s façade had been crumbling for some time, and renovation was now underway.
What a striking parable of justice, deteriorating. Yet, at the same time, what a striking parable of hope that justice can be—and one day will be—restored.
We live in a world that is plagued with the consequences of a decision made in that very building 40 years ago. When those inside this shrine to American justice decided, 7-2, to legalize abortion on-demand, justice crumbled.
Such a miscarriage of justice under the auspices of “Equal Justice Under Law” must never be forgotten. That’s why Heartbeat launched RememberingRoe.com, which serves as an online memorial to those 55 million unborn Americans who will never see the light of day because of Roe v. Wade.
A few hours before my stroll to the Supreme Court steps, I had the pleasure of watching Matennah—one of three moms who made up the Babies Go to Congress envoy—tell seven of her congressmen the story of how her beautiful twin daughters had been rescued by a Heartbeat-affiliated pregnancy help center.
Twenty-four hours later, the 40th annual March for Life brought 500,000 peaceful protesters to these stately steps. Heartbeat International was there, represented by a group of generous supporters and the sampling of moms, like Matennah, and their babies who have been saved from the violence of abortion.
Following the March, Peggy Hartshorn, Ph.D., President of Heartbeat International, keynoted the annual Rose Dinner, highlighting the good work pregnancy help organizations to do for women and families. Peggy was followed by New Jersey Rep. Chris Smith, chair of the Pro-Life Caucus, who delivered a ringing endorsement of Heartbeat and our life-saving mission.
No doubt, justice has drastically crumbled. But just like the façade of the Supreme Court building, it can be restored.
I was reading through Proverbs when news of the Penn State child abuse scandal broke in late 2011. As the horrific story dominated every inch of the public square, one saying from the wise man stood out most clearly to me:
Rescue those who are being taken away to death; hold back those who are stumbling to the slaughter. If you say, “Behold, we did not know this,” does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who keeps watch over your soul know it, and will he not repay man according to his work? (Proverbs 24:11-12)
I was so sickened by what I was seeing and hearing about everything, from the grisly details of the events that had occurred—and were even witnessed—to the shameful cover-ups collaborated by football coaches, school administrators, and even sworn officers of the law.
Having worked in collegiate athletics for nearly 10 years, these acts of negligence hit me with a specific force, but no harder than they hit me as a father. I felt anger, disgust, nausea, and helplessness.
But what good would come if all I did was feel these things, and then let them fade away so that I could go on with the rest of my life? Did the sting of this outrage belong in the rear-view mirror?
While my 1-year-old daughter napped one Saturday afternoon, I began to pray that somehow, some way, God would lead me to a calling and vocation where I could play a role in the rescue of those being taken away to death. I prayed, and less than a year later, God—the true and final Rescuer—brought me an opportunity to do just that, with an organization I’d never heard of, called Heartbeat International.
Today, I am so blessed to be playing a role in the effort to hold back “those stumbling to the slaughter.” Most of you who are reading this are in the trenches right now, fighting this battle one life at a time. Some of you have been in this trench longer than I’ve been on this earth.
What an honor it has been to join with you in the battle to hold each life precious.
Together, we hope and pray and labor for the day when abortion is not only unwanted, but unthinkable in our nation, our legal system, and our culture. At the same time, we also realize that abortion may not be going away this side of heaven. In one form or another, the strong will always victimize the weak, right up until the Day when the Judge of the whole earth makes all things right.
Until that Day dawns, our orders are clear: We are to rescue those who are being taken away to death. One child at a time. One woman at a time. One family at a time.
It’s not up to you and me to finally solve these evils. It’s up to each of us to be faithful to do our part, in hope—hope that one Day, we will see these evils ended before our very eyes. Until that Day comes, we’re free to focus on the task at hand without driving ourselves to despair or exhaustion.
The problem is more than you and I could ever handle, and yet, it has already been handled—fully and finally by the death and resurrection of Jesus. We enter into that promise by faith, but it's that same faith that also thrusts us into the vineyard to labor for that which our faithful Savior values.
Take heart. God, the one who “keeps watch over your soul” sees the good work you’re doing. And, he will repay you according to it.
Jor-El Godsey, Vice President
When you take into account all those who have been wounded by this “choice”, it becomes even harder to find something positive—let alone to allow ourselves to think we’re winning.
But, before we throw our hands up and walk away, let’s consider two things that can give us at least a hint that, yes, we are winning.
First, the nearly 1,400 Heartbeat affiliates worldwide directly serve 1,000,000 moms, dads and babies every year. That’s direct service, not estimated impact. Think about it: If the pregnancy help community threw in the towel, countless additional lives would be added to the toll of dead and wounded on account of abortion.
Second, and more importantly, such discussions draw us to envision a time when no abortions are happening. We long for that day. We pray for that eventuality to come about. We hope to see the realization of that dream.
Many pro-lifers give their time and attention to achieve that BIG victory over abortion, by utilizing the political and legislative resources available to us. This is a necessary and worthy goal. But, until that happens, we can—and must—win ONE victory.
That ONE victory involves the mom and baby we will see today, in our centers, in our maternity homes. That’s what we do: We win one victory, one heart, one life at a time.
So take heart. We win every day we step into someone’s life and prevent the tragedy, the loss, and the violence of abortion they are otherwise headed for.
Yesterday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit was the first circuit court to rule on government mandates requiring pregnancy centers to post disclaimers and disclosures, declaring that such mandates violate freedom of speech, a constitutional right.
“The Fourth Circuit Court’s decision is a victory for Centro Tepeyac and other Heartbeat International affiliated pregnancy help centers that are rescuing children who were once at risk of abortion by providing practical help and emotional support to mothers who often have been abandoned and abused,” said Heartbeat International President Peggy Hartshorn, Ph.D. “This decision upholding our freedom of speech affirms the life-saving work of pregnancy centers and the importance of providing alternatives to abortion.”
The first case ruled upon by the court was Centro Tepeyac v. Montgomery County; Montgomery County Council, et al, No. 11-1314 (4th Cir. 6/27/2012) in which the county passed a resolution requiring limited service pregnancy centers to display a sign bearing two statements: “The Center does not have a licensed medical professional on staff. Montgomery County Health Officer encourages women who are or may be pregnant to consult with a licensed health care provider.”
The second case, Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns et al v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, et al, No. 11-1111 (4th Cir. 6/27/2012) originated from Baltimore, which involved a city ordinance mandating pregnancy help organizations to post signage in two languages that “the center does not perform or refer for abortions or birth control services.”
The Fourth Circuit Court slapped down both government mandates as violations of free speech, applying strict scrutiny to its analysis of both laws.
The Court applied the same reasoning to both laws:
These rulings signal a strong victory for pregnancy help organizations, not only in Maryland, but across the country, as challenges are raised to similar attempts in other jurisdictions.
By Virginia Cline
I remember my father’s tears on January 22, 1973. It was the first time I had ever seen him cry.
I was 11 years old when I found him crumpled up on the stairs, shuddering, with his folded hands pressed to his face as he sobbed. I will never forget how he was curled up in the fetal position as he wept. It took him no less than 10 minutes to choke out the fact that seven men on the U.S. Supreme Court had decided it should be legal for a mother to abort her baby.
On that particularly bleak Monday afternoon, he cried for the millions of babies he knew would die at the hand of Roe v. Wade.
How could we fail to acknowledge the more than 54 million children aborted in the United States alone since the insidious Roe v. Wade decision on Jan. 22, 1973—the most tragic and unforgettable date in U.S. history?
Since the upcoming presidential inauguration is planned for Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, the 40th annual March for Life was moved to Friday, Jan. 25, leaving the anniversary itself without acknowledgement. Heartbeat International and at least 10 other partnering pro-life organizations—including March for Life—did not want the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to pass by without a national day of prayer and fasting, so RememberingRoe.com was launched.
RememberingRoe.com promotes a day of remembrance and hosts a variety of interactive tools and includes an opportunity to sign up for a national hour of prayer via webcast, led by the National Pro-life Religious Council on Jan. 22, 2013, beginning at 3 p.m. EST.
The site is also the vehicle for a national campaign that seeks to send 1.2 million red pro-life postcards to the president in honor of the 1.2 million victims of abortion in the U.S. each year. For a small donation, visitors can sign up for a red card—personalized with their name—to be delivered to the White House on Jan. 22, 2013, sending the leader of the free world a positive message about the sanctity of every human life from those he represents.
Forty years of destroying life in the womb is the battle that defines our society. The false “choice” of aborting a child has endangered our very civilization by attacking the dignity of human life and by denigrating motherhood. The escalating evil of abortion calls for a supernatural response, and so we challenge every pro-life individual to kneel together as one nation under God, and call upon Him as we remember, reflect, repent and plead for restoration on the anniversary of this disastrous turning point.
Prayer is the strongest weapon against the evil that is abortion. Our hope is that members of the pro-life movement call upon God—the Giver of Life—in prayer and fasting together as we fight for the sanctity of life in America. As the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade approaches, visitors are encouraged to post prayers on RememberingRoe.com, leading to greater unity among members of the pro-life community.
There’s also a place at the site to share your story of how you first heard about Roe v. Wade. Some of us are old enough to remember exactly where we were when we learned about the now-infamous U.S. Supreme Court decision. Those born after Roe—rightly called “abortion survivors”—are also invited to share reflections on when and how they learned that the Supreme Court had declared it a “right” for every woman to choose to abort her baby.
My pro-life passion was ignited Jan. 22, 1973, after witnessing my father’s heartbreak and hearing his cries: “I could have done more. I should have done more to stop abortion.”
Imagine if our stories listed online at RememberingRoe.com inspired Christians everywhere to do more to help each mother reject the “choice” to abort her child!
The goal of RememberingRoe.com—and the goal of Heartbeat International—is to make abortion unwanted now and unthinkable for future generations. The Holy Spirit has the power to kindle the fire of compassionate love within us, so that the pro-life movement can renew the face of the earth for LIFE. Let us unite so that we may never forget.
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Associate Director, Ministry Services
If your gifts lie in supporting the life-saving community of pregnancy help service providers, we invite you to use your passion for the movement to serve Heartbeat's affiliates in the role of Associate Director!
The Associate Director conducts training and consultations, and assists in the development, planning, orchestration, and evaluation of Ministry Services departmental programs and resources. The Director oversees communication with affiliates and related pro-life centers and organizations to promote, implement, and evaluate the HB affiliate programs, resources, and services, in addition to supervising select Ministry Services staff to support Heartbeat International’s pro-life mission and vision and Christian core beliefs and core operational values. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. See complete listing of duties here.
Please send resume and cover letter to Betsy Wetherby at email@example.com.
Option Line English and Bilingual (Spanish) Consultants
If you're good on the phone, and you're prolific in English or Bilingual (Spanish), here's your opportunity to utilize those skills to serve and promote a great cause – Life!
Heartbeat's Option Line is a 24/7 pro-life hotline. Calls and electronic communication come primarily from women who are facing unplanned pregnancies or who are seeking help to address other highly personal lifestyle, pregnancy or abortion related concerns. Heartbeat's Option Line Program Consultants are responsible for responding to telephone, electronic communication, and instant messages received by Option Line, including communication in Spanish for Bilingual Consultants. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. Columbus area applicants preferred. See complete listing here.
Horizon Pregnancy Clinic is a non-profit, faith-based medical clinic whose mission is to provide hope, help and healing to women facing a crisis pregnancy and offer alternatives to abortion. We are currently seeking a full-time Clinic Manager to join our team of committed individuals. Experience in a crisis pregnancy or other crisis intervention ministry or organization preferred; equivalent experience will be considered.
Essential functions include:
computer skills are requiredfluency in spoken communication and needs analysisexhibit strong self-starter qualities with the ability to function in a changing work environment and/or under uncertain conditions; ability to interact effectively with clients, staff and volunteers; ability to start and persist with specific courses of action while exhibiting a high motivation and a sense of urgency; willing to make personal sacrifice in order to reach goals.
CHOICES Women’s Resource Center has an immediate opening for a part-time Nurse Manager, 20 hours per week. This position requires a current Nursing License in good standing with California Board of Registered Nursing. The Nurse Manager provides support and care to the clients and maintains professional standards of care, following the ANA Code of Ethics. Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Executive Director, the Nurse Manager is responsible for immediate supervision of a wide variety of clinic functions, planning and performing direct and indirect nursing interventions, and is responsible for supervising, organizing, planning, assessing and monitoring the medical services provided by CHOICES Women’s Resource Center. The Nurse Manager also works in conjunction with physicians, nurses, and lay counselors to assure that patients are receiving the best medical, nursing, and psychosocial care possible. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required. We would love to have someone who is skilled in clinic management, ultrasound scanning, and has a great bedside manner. If you are bilingual, it is a real plus!
For a complete job description and to submit your resume, please contact Cori Shuster at firstname.lastname@example.org. (7/30/18)
Imagine using your talent and experience to help save unborn lives and bring hope to women and men in our community. You have that unique combination of being a highly skilled medical professional, along with a compassionate personality and possess strong communication skills and attention to detail. You want to make a difference in your community.
Turning Point PRC is seeking a Part-Time Nurse Manager to oversee the provision of client care and medical clinic operations of our growing non-profit clinic.
Experience: Must be a Licensed Registered Nurse and have experience in a clinical setting.
Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center’s mission is to provide hope, help and healing to women facing an unplanned pregnancy. (4/9/18)
The Resource Center for Pregnancy & Personal Support, a faith-based non-profit, is looking for an experienced Registered staff nurse to fill three important shifts for this life-affirming ministry: Thursday evenings in Greeley from 2:30 to 7:00 pm and two (2) three-hour daytime shifts at our Windsor satellite office. Days of service in Windsor may change as patient numbers increase. Excellent organizational and people skills are a must. This job requires a strong commitment to life and a decisive Christian testimony. Training in limited sonography for cardiac confirmation will be provided. STI testing for both male and female clients are regular services we also provide.
Click here for a complete job description. Call 970-353-2673 and ask for Cindy for more information or to apply. (8/14/18)
Life Choices is looking for part-time volunteers and interns for its Education Department. This would be an 8 month commitment with opportunity to continue for years to come. Education Presenters go to schools across Northern Colorado and present a Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) message to middle and high school health classes. We help teens see the positive benefits of delayed sexual debut, educate them on the prevalence of STI/STD's, help them set personal boundaries, give them tools to identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, and encourage them to set goals for the present and future. We are looking for reliable, enthusiastic, and relational people who have a passion for youth!
Pro Life Intern
Join The Little Flower Maternity Home for a season of service! Interns live in the home and directly assist us in serving mothers and babies. Intern commitment is for 12-16 weeks. Exact dates are flexible. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 21 years of age at the time of service. Benefits include all room and board, use of a company vehicle, gym membership, and a small monthly stipend. Responsibilities include living in community with pregnant mothers, new moms, newborns, and staff members; participating in community functions; providing daytime and overnight house coverage; and assisting with managing donations and house operations. Must be pro-life practicing Catholic in full communion with the Church.
Home Missionary Position for a married couple who are empty nesters. Lifeline Family Center, located in Southwest Florida, is a Christian home for pregnant young women and single parents. We provide GED preparation, career training, job placement, parenting and life skills and discipleship training in a Christian family atmosphere. The right couple will make a difference in these young women’s lives that will have eternal consequences. This is a live-in position. To qualify, you must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, have organizational skills, lots of energy and a sense of humor. This is a live-in paid position. Salary is determined by amount of experience and/or training. Benefits include paid vacations, personal/sick days, and a Health Insurance stipend. Please e-mail a one page Christian testimony plus a letter of interest or resume to email@example.com or fax (239-242-7248) Website: www.lifelinefamilycenter.org (7/23/18)
Clinic Nurse Manager
Lake Wales Care Center is seeking a Registered Nurse with a passion for ministry to manage their health programs including the Lake Wales Free Clinic and Choices Pregnancy Care Program. This position is part-time with potential for full-time including benefits. Lake Wales Care Center is a community service organization who’s mission is to demonstrate Christ’s love by building bridges between people in need and people with a desire to serve. The Free Clinic provides primary care to uninsured, low-income adults. Choices Pregnancy Care Program provides support and diagnostic services to women and families facing unintended pregnancy in an effort to provide alternatives to abortion.
Monday and Thursday evenings - Free ClinicTuesday and Wednesday 10:00AM to 5:00PM - Pregnancy CareAdministrative office hours are scheduled around clinic operating hours
Salary: $25.00 /hour or commensurate with experience
Join our JMJ family as we serve women in need of spiritual and material support in the Orlando area.
The President, as chief operating officer of JMJ Pregnancy Center, is responsible for providing leadership, focus and structure that supports achieving JMJ’s mission. The President leads the effort in raising funds and increasing the financial support of JMJ through networking in the private and public sector. He/she is the primary spokesperson for JMJ to reporters, donors, government representatives, and members of the community. The President is a non-voting member of the Board of Directors.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to establish an affinity with the work that is performed by center personnel daily, i.e. advising and ministering to abortion minded women, pregnant women, from all walks of life; and to have the ability to understand the daily spiritual battle that our center volunteers, center directors and assistant directors face. This individual must be able to understand, articulate and defend the sanctity of life in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Supervisory oversight of Operations director, center director and assistant directors, business manager and community liaison.
We are looking for an experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to supervise and control all strategic and business aspects of the company. You will be the first in command in the company and responsible for giving the proper strategic direction as well as creating a vision for success.
To thrive as a CEO you must be a prudent manager and an inspiring leader. The ideal candidate will have a business mindset and will be able to see the “big picture” in a variety of settings.
The overall goal of the CEO is to drive the company’s development towards sustainable growth and success with a Catholic perspective.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides client support including in-processing, advocacy, data entry, follow up, and other administrative support to the Clinic and the Mobile Clinic if applicable.
Perform reception duties, check-in and data entry into Waycool for clientsPerform client advocacy per guidelinesPerform pregnancy tests (if authorized) and acts as chaperone for ultrasoundsProvide appropriate referrals and resources to clientsPerforms adequate and timely follow-up with clientsAssist with translations of documents and assists with Spanish speaking clientsPerforms set-up and tear down of Mobile ClinicProvides support for issues relating to the Mobile Clinic such as site identification and review and contact with local businesses, volunteer scheduling and trainingProvides support for performance of inventoriesProvides support for maintaining calendars and logs for maintenance activitiesProvide support to fund-raisers, health fairs, ministry fairs by providing Mobile Clinic tours and support at tables to include responding to questions regarding the mission of both ClinicsProviding quality control of client data as requested or assignedContinuing education on issues relating to abortion, adoption, and parentingComply with all clinical policiesPerform any additional duties requested by supervisor
Bachelor’s Degree required, preferably in social services or counseling.
Aid for Women is seeking a Development Associate to boost our growing organization’s efforts to better
communicate with and solicit our donor base. This new full‐time position with benefits will provide support to senior staff on fundraising tasks, complete important donor cultivation steps and potentially take on their own basket of donor contacts to develop relationships with.
The ideal candidate will have a year or more professional experience in an office environment (not necessarily in a fundraising role) as well as an engaging personality for interactions with other staff, donors, and prospective donors. He or she should be highly skilled at managing priorities and problem solving independently and should be highly adept at building professional relationships in a variety of communication media (written correspondence, phone calls and in‐person meetings). Candidate must possess a passionate commitment to Aid for Women’s vision and mission, which includes a strong commitment to pro-life values.
Due to the urgency of Aid for Women’s mission and the importance of personal contact for our work, significant in‐state travel and evening/weekend hours will be required, especially for special events. As Aid for Women has an “all hands on deck” culture where all employees pitch in during major events and initiatives, flexibility and adaptability are key to the position. The Development Associate will report directly to the Executive Director.
To learn more about Aid for Women, visit our donor/volunteer website at www.helpaidforwomen.org. (11/21/18)
Donor Services Director
The Donor Services Director is responsible for obtaining, maintaining and increasing funding from major donors and corporations through effective identification, cultivation and solicitation. The focus of this position is to identify and deepen long-term relationships built on a firm understanding of donor interests, passions and values.
The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree plus relevant experience.
Corbella Clinic provides a competitive salary, health insurance benefit, paid vacation and holidays. This position requires some weekday evening and occasional weekend hours in addition to Monday to Friday business hours.
Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS)• Graduate of an accredited DMS program (OB/GYN specialty a PLUS)• Experience in women’s health preferred, but not required • Ability to work independently and with a team • Flexible schedule• Employed as Independent Contractor• Malpractice insurance provided
Submit resume & cover letter via email to Belinda Guyton. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. (5/15/18)
We have a full time position open for Center Manager to oversee the day-to-day operation of Clarity Pregnancy Services, implementing approved policies and procedures and managing all volunteers and programs necessary to meet client needs. A complete job description is posted on our website here.
The Executive Director is a full time position responsible for implementation of goals, objectives, policies and plans developed/established by the Board of Directors, cooperating with the Board in fulfilling its governance function, and providing leadership and overall management direction of the organization.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Staff Counselor/Social Worker
Seeking a masters level counselor or social worker to oversee the counseling portion of the ministry. Duties include: individual therapy, crisis intervention counseling, abortion recovery group, healthy relationships group, miscarriage and infant loss group. This position is part time. (4 days per week, 10:00-5:00, 28 hours).
Care Pregnancy Center, a 501c3 organization based in Shreveport, LA, seeks an Executive Director to begin December 2018. The desired candidate must be an individual who possesses leadership ability, excellent communication and administrative skills, and a servant’s heart. This pro-life leader will manage a large, full-time pregnancy center offering limited ultrasounds and a large learning/resource center.
The Executive Director, while developing and overseeing a committed team of staff and volunteers, is expected to engage and educate the local community and to spearhead efforts to meet fundraising goals. Prior experience in administration, budgeting, staff management, and intercession is advantageous.
Development Director (Part Time)
Development Director (a.k.a. Advancement, Marketing, Events Planner) is responsible for activities oriented toward donor relations, event organization, fundraising planning and implementation. Position could include public relations efforts, newsletters, marketing, etc.
This is not the typical position! Because we are small, we get the opportunity to be involved in a multitude of areas!!! This position would manage our helpline process from start to finish. This would involve management of the patient website to ensure that we are targeting our message. Managing our Google AdWords campaign and geofencing. Tracking and analyzing all marketing sources and making necessary changes to make sure we are targeting the right patient. Management of the appointment process, confirmations and analyzing patient feedback. This position would also manage critical donor communication and office administration - insurance, audits process and coordination of our commercial space.
Please call 301-770-4444 or email email@example.com for more information or to apply. (9/21/18)
Part-time Center Director for satellite PMC location. Works independently to manage volunteers and facility, collaborates with main Center Director and Executive Director.
Seeking Part-time staff nurse for our Detroit satellite location. Will be trained to do pregnancy tests, options counseling and limited OB ultrasound.
PSIC is Seeking an Executive Director. PSIC is a Christ-centered non-profit ministry that provides practical, educational and spiritual support to women, men and children who face planned and unplanned pregnancy in Ionia County. Visit our website: www.psicionia.org. Salary starting at $12/hr with up to 35 hrs a week. Send inquires or Resume by Oct. 1, 2018to PSIC Attn: Paul Lewis, 330 Lovell St, Ionia, MI 48846
Donor Development Director
Employment Type: 30-40 hours per week
The Women's Life Care Center Donor Development Director will be responsible for building and maintaining a major gift catalogue of donors and prospects to meet the financial goals of Women’s Life Care Center. This position will concentrate efforts in our local service area. The right person must be comfortable with a multi-faceted ask to include current fundraisers and donation activities, grant writing and other giving campaigns when necessary. The Development Manager must leverage the skills and duties of WLCC staff and volunteers to achieve goals and increase donor engagement. A large part of this position involves the willingness and ability to interact and meet “face-to-face” with donors and prospects.
Wakota - A Guiding Star Center is seeking an Executive Director to lead the pro-life pregnancy and family resource center in West St. Paul, MN. Wakota is the busiest of Minnesota's Elevate Life centers and Minnesota's only Guiding Star Center, with over 500 pregnancy tests performed last year. We have over 40 years experience in the community and are dedicated to offering life-affirming choices and effective practical support. We have extensive prenatal and postnatal support and training programming.
Donor Relations Manager
The Donor Relations Manager is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with the church and community that help to advance the Tri-County Pregnancy Resource Center’s mission. We are looking for an individual who is dynamic, optimistic, and committed to excellence, who will expand our growth and carry our message of Purity, Hope, and Life to Barry, Lawrence, and Stone counties. This individual will work closely with the Executive Director and under her direct supervision. This is a part time position.
Key responsibilities include: Implementing donor and church developmentManaging donor databasesEvent organizationFundraising planning and implementationPosition includes public relations effortsMarketing campaignsAssist with any tasks assigned by the Executive Director
The Donor Relations Manager is tasked with expanding the pool of benefactors of the Tri-County Pregnancy Resource Center using a variety of marketing techniques.
Candidates should possess:Strong communication skills, written and verbal. Excellent phone etiquette Excellent organizational skills, Fundraising experience Be a self-starter.Strong computer skills with abilities in Excel, Word, Ekyros, and QuickbooksExcellent written and verbal communications skillsA strong faith in God and believe in the sanctity of every human life
Job descriptions are executed in support of the Tri-County Pregnancy Resource Center’s pro-life mission and vision and its Christian core beliefs and core operational values.
Objectives of the position: The Executive Director has full responsibility to the Board of Directors, for implementation of the Center’s policies and procedures, supervision of all areas of operation, community and public relations, and fiscal oversight.
Reports to: The Board of Directors
Supervises: The Ministry Management Team who in turn manage support staff and volunteers
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Licensed RDMS needed for part-time position 16-20 hours per week. Will perform limited obstetrical ultrasound and consult with women in crisis pregnancy situations. Most work will take place in our Sidney, Ohio Women's Center about 35 miles north of Dayton.
RDMS and 2 years' experience in limited obstetrical ultrasound as well as driver's license and active automobile insurance required. Click here for more information.
Client Service Director
We are seeking an energetic, spiritually mature Christian committed to ministry that is a team player. Individual will be responsible for volunteer recruitment, training and oversight. In addition, will have responsibility of client services and programs.
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The Outreach Coordinator is responsible for planning and implementing church and donor focused relations and communications, for executing all major fundraising events, and for providing a comprehensive and integrated approach to outreach efforts. Key responsibilities include assisting the Executive Director with donor development and ministry outreach, overseeing events, developing client marketing initiatives, and coordinating other activities under the Executive Director’s guidance that sustain and grow the Center’s financial and community support.
The ideal person would be a hard worker who loves to work with people, and has a passion for life - born and unborn. They would have computer skills with some professional and volunteer experience. This person would have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a part-time (M-F) position that includes greeting patients, answering phones, scheduling appointments, and data entry.
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The person in this position is responsible for implementing vision and providing leadership to all aspects of the Real Choices Abstinence Education program with Choices Pregnancy Services. This person would have a passion for working with youth and have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. This is a part-time position that includes scheduling and participating in presentations, maintaining and developing relevant curriculum, and recruiting/training abstinence educators.
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The Nurse Manager is responsible for over-seeing the medical services of all 4 Choices Pregnancy Services locations under the guidance of the Medical Director, including but not limited to the STI testing services, pregnancy testing services, and ultrasound services. The ideal person for this position would have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and love working with people. This is a full-time (M-F) position that includes managerial duties as well as direct patient care.
Foothills Care Center, located in the Upstate of South Carolina is seeking an Executive Leader to fill the role of CEO. Applicants should possess leadership ability, excellent communication skills and a servant’s heart. A complete job description is available here.
The Development Director organizes and oversees community relations and events. This position drives the organization’s communication and involvement with constituents and the community at large and plays a critical role in sharing the vision of the organization, as well as assisting the CEO with fundraising.
Contact Carol Ann Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-892-0803 for more information or to apply. (9/14/18)
Residential Core Team Member
In My Shoes is searching for strong, dedicated women with a passion for service to join our Residential Core Team and live in community with mothers and babies who are facing homelessness.
The team member will be expected to commit to one year of service. During their year of service, all room and board is included, as well as health insurance. Team members are given a generous monthly living stipend also. This is a great opportunity for recent college graduates looking for a post-grad service opportunity to build their resume, or those looking for a career change.
While serving at In My Shoes, the team member will be responsible for providing emotional support to the residents, as well as assisting in the daily operations of the house. Team members are expected to participate in and embrace all aspects of community life, which includes community prayer, community dinner nights, house outings, etc. The Team Member is also responsible for ensuring safety and enforcing rules within the house and assisting the mothers in setting and achieving their goals toward self-sufficiency.
The Development Associate at Texas Right to Life will be a dynamic individual willing to carry the message of Texas Right to Life to all corners of the state. While most of the training and work will initially be conducted in the Houston State Headquarters, eventually the Development Associate will be required to travel throughout Texas.
For the right person, this will be difficult work, but work he or she will never want to leave. This individual will become a professional Pro-Life warrior who advances the Culture of Life and builds the Kingdom of God.
The Development Associate will ideally have some experience in the Right to Life movement, or a strong personal conviction for the cause.
- The ideal candidate will have a Christian faith or background that matches the motive behind the mission of Texas Right to Life, with a strong personal prayer life and vocalized personal faith conviction and motivation.- He or she will possess a high degree of relational and emotional intelligence, as well as healthy boundaries.- He or she will be a strategic thinker, with business acumen, financial management and leadership skills.-This candidate will have a willingness to live out their faith in their work, their personal life and their community.- The successful candidate will have an ability to lead conversations and drive results.- An ability to integrate into an existing system and offer creative improvements without disrupting an already flourishing system is essential for this position.
Mercy Manor is a non profit, christian, maternity home for women under the age of 18. We are in search of Houseparents; a married, christian, couple to be the "mother and father" of the maternity home.
Mercy Manor provides a safe and loving environment and resources for young ladies who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy. We seek to do this by meeting physical, spiritual, and mental needs as we walk hand and hand with each young lady through her pregnancy and beyond. More information about Mercy Manor can be found at www.MercyManor.com.
Objectives of the Position: The Office Manager promotes a positive first impression of the ministry by receiving and assisting those on the phone and being greeted at the Center. This person is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in performing administrative duties related directly to the operations of the Center. Major duties involve promoting a positive first impression of the ministry and ensuring efficient office procedures.
Executive Assistant/Office Manager
The Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia is seeking a committed Christian to fill the position of Executive Assistant/Office manager. This position is part-time (25 hours) and reports to the Executive Director. Job duties are answer phones, provide daily administrative support to Executive Director and Clinic Manager ,organize and schedule meetings, appointments and events for senior staff, produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms, develop and maintain a filing system and other job duties as assigned. Associate’s degree or related experience equivalent desired. Full job description available upon request.
The Center Administrator has the responsibility of assisting the Center Director in the day-to-day operations of her/his individual branch of the Care Net Pregnancy Resource Centers (CNPRCs), including the training and management of the center volunteers. This also includes ensuring client services are provided and the management of the center in the Center Director’s absence.
The Center Director has the responsibility for the day-to-day operations of her/his individual branch of the Care Net Pregnancy Resource Centers (CNPRCs), including the training and management of the Center Administrator and volunteers. This also includes ensuring client services are provided, and developing community relationships.
Registered Nurse who is trained in the performance of limited obstetric ultrasounds, administers pregnancy tests, completes test verification form and log, assures medical consent form is signed, completes medical assessment and history forms, documents clinical findings, observations and medical care in patient records.
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