At this year’s Spring Fundraising Banquet, we enjoyed the evening with about 200 guests + many volunteers who gave of their time to make this event run smoothly. Two of our recent patients bravely shared their testimonies and we even got to meet one of these women in person along with her 2 little ones! Stephanie Crawford shared ministry updates pertaining to the organization as well as Lexington specific updates. And our guest speaker, Rebekah Hagan, shared her inspirational testimony and informed us of the current challenges facing the fight for the sanctity of life. Thank you to all who prayed for this event, served as table hosts or in other ways supported the banquet, and those who felt the call to respond with your gifts.

OVERALL RESULTS:

10 new monthly Defenders

19 guests gave to ComfortCare for the very FIRST time

$24,380 of the $46,300 goal was received that night in new gifts and pledges

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Photos are now posted on our Supporter Facebook Page!

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Rebekah Hagan is one of today`s youngest speakers on the issues of teenage pregnancy, abortion, and abortion pill reversal.

Raised in a Christian home where abortion was never discussed, Rebekah’s life in pro-life ministry was unplanned and fueled, instead, by her firsthand experience. She became pregnant at seventeen with her son, Eli, and again with a second child while in her first year of college.

Feeling ashamed and fearing that she would lose her family and be forced to drop out of school, Rebekah thought that raising two children alone would be impossible. At just over seven weeks pregnant, she began a medication abortion that changed her life; however, her story did not end there.

Her story has been shared by local and national media, as well as religious and secular organizations, including Vice News HBO, Focus On The Family, Students For Life, Live Action, Heartbeat International, Epoch Times, and World Magazine.

A passionate advocate for grace-centered outreach, Rebekah Hagan uses her story to unravel the mindset of women in unplanned pregnancies, and to equip and encourage others to lead with hope and compassion.

Rebekah is a graduate of William Jessup University.

THANK YOU to the following underwriters for covering the costs for the banquet!

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