How can I be a good parent?

How can I be a good parent?  By: Abby Custer I’ll never forget the first time that my daughter deliberately disobeyed me. I had asked her to pick up her blocks several times, but instead of listening, she joyfully threw them across the room with a cute little giggle and then ran off to her … Continued

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Am I Pregnant?

Maybe you were planning to get pregnant or maybe you were not, but either way you don’t know what to do now. Your period is late and you are experiencing symptoms like nausea, tender breasts, more frequent urination, or some of the other possible symptoms of early pregnancy, and you think you might be pregnant.  … Continued

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Romans 12:10 Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. Throughout the month of February we are reminded of this important word called Love, as we see the stores flooded with hearts, candy, and cards. This compels me to remember that love is not just a mere word but also an … Continued

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Winter Newsletter 2020

It’s a joy to tell you that Compass is flourishing. We are so thankful for the support that makes this possible! We’re so thankful for the beautiful ways in which God is at work at Compass. Women are choosing life for their babies. God is bringing staff and volunteers whose hearts and skills beautifully complement … Continued

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Pro-life Feminism

October is such a beautiful month, and this year has been no exception. Every day, the colors of the leaves seem to be more brilliant and amazing against the blue sky. We associate many things with fall; leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, mums, sweaters, and cute boots, but perhaps most of all, autumn brings the word … Continued

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This is NOT your Grandma’s Pregnancy

Blog 11: “This is NOT your Grandma’s Pregnancy” Written By: Abby Custer   There’s something about pregnancy that seems to bring out all sorts of unsolicited advice among people. And while most of the time that advice is well-meaning, it can feel a bit overwhelming, especially when half of the time, these “words of wisdom” seem … Continued

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