An update on L.
The following comes from a letter sent by Culture of Life Family Services in San Diego on May 10.
Thank you very much for all the prayers and material support you have given to help women at Culture of Life Family Services. One girl, in particular, that you have helped in a big way is L. To remind you, in January of this year, she was abortion intent. Anne from Helpers of God’s Precious Infants brought her to us and she chose life. She is very happy about that now because she is pregnant with twins.
Her life situation is one in which many might consider abortion: an abusive mom, an absent father, three children without fathers, (beautiful children who are polite and happy) no more than a ninth grade education, trouble with the law and unemployed. In her favor, she was baptized a Catholic, but she never received any lessons in the faith. As well, she has never done drugs.
Thank you to each and every one of you who have continued to pray for her. Thank you to one of you who so generously bought her a car. Thank you to one of you who provided rent. Thank you for all the furniture and household goods supplied. Thank you for all of the Arco and Walmart cards. Thank you to those of you who have hired her as a housekeeper.
She is currently working for a business cleaning company and hoping a community resource is going to come through to provide childcare assistance. She has the biggest smile and always says a huge Thank You whenever I give her what you send.
The best news is that she is working with an adoptive family and a family lawyer and plans to place her babies when they are born. She is 27 weeks so she’s almost there.
Now that I have brought you up to speed I would like to ask you to ask your friends and family who own businesses (insurance agents or realtors with a small office…maybe??) if they need a bilingual receptionist/ filing person. The twins might come too early if she keeps working as hard as she is. The other thing besides the physical demands her current job requires, is that it is unstable…some days there are no jobs to go to.
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