If you just found out you’re pregnant unexpectedly, you might be scared and overwhelmed. You might be wondering what your next step should be. We want to help you learn about choosing life after an unplanned pregnancy, through making an adoption plan. Right now, you might be thinking…
“How could this happen to me?”
“I have no idea what I should do!”
“Right now, I don’t have the time, money, or ability to care for a baby.”
“I’m focused on finishing school so that I can make something of my future.”
Lifetime Christian Adoption can provide you with choices, confidentiality, and the hope of a new beginning.
As Moses said, “I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live…”
It’s your right to choose life for your baby. And it’s your right to decide whether or not to parent. Sometimes, life throws you a curve ball. Lifetime is here to help you as you explore your choices.
Christian Unplanned Pregnancy
There’s no easy, one-size-fits-all solution to your situation. When you’re dealing with an unplanned pregnancy, it might feel like all your choices are hard. So that you can make the best decision for you, we’re here to share all the information you need to know about adoption.
We’re not here to pressure you into choosing adoption for your baby. Lifetime welcomes you to call and ask us questions about adoption, no matter where you are in the decision-making process. We’d be happy to chat with you and help you look at how adoption works.
We encourage you to learn the truth about today’s adoptions. Adoption has changed dramatically in the past couple of decades. It used to be that women who were pregnant out of wedlock were whisked off to a maternity home, and forced into adoption. And, they never saw or heard about their baby again.
Today, you’re the one in charge of the process. You can hand-pick your baby’s adoptive parents, and decide how things go when you’re in the hospital giving birth. Plus, you can choose to stay in contact with your child and his or her adoptive family in the future.