Today’s Save Story: Betsy

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Betsy learned that she was facing an unintended pregnancy, and was terrified.

She is the mother of four children. Her youngest child is ten years old, so Betsy did not think she would find herself pregnant again, but she did.

She felt alone because the father of her baby is no longer in the picture.

Betsy thought abortion was her only option, so she turned to the internet for information, and clicked on a Heroic Media Google ad.

The ad led her to call one of our Pregnancy Help Center partners in Evans, Georgia.

She spoke with a receptionist on the phone, and agreed to come in to talk about her options.

Betsy walked through the doors of the clinic unsure about what to expect.

She asked many questions about abortion, and was grateful to learn about the risks and procedures.

The peer counselor showed her support as Betsy talked about her situation, and fears that came along with this pregnancy.

After having an ultrasound, she started to lean more toward continuing her pregnancy.

Betsy decided to tell the rest of her family. She stated that her brother was supportive.

Betsy chose life for her baby!

Praise God!

Kenzie Muckway

Kenzie Muckway

Internet Marketing Specialist at Heroic Media

Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Kenzie relocated to Texas in 2011. She graduated with honors from the University of North Texas in 2015 with a degree in Communications. Kenzie joined the Heroic Media team in November 2015. She serves as the Internet Marketing Specialist.

Kenzie’s passion for pre-born babies and their mothers grew in college when she heard a sermon on the sanctity of human life at The Village Church. God used the sermon to lead her to pursue her vocational efforts to the pro-life cause.

Kenzie enjoys exploring new coffee shops, discovering the life music scene in Austin, and leading worship at her local church.

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