Webcast to Highlight How Pregnancy Centers Help Women

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   May 8, 2012   |   3:09PM   |   Washington, DC

The Family Research Council will hold a special webcast tomorrow to focus on how pregnancy centers provide timely and accurate help for women in unplanned pregnancy situations who may be considering abortion.

FRC’s announcement of its Wednesday webcast, will begin at 12:00 p.m. EDT, notes:  “Join us for this Mother’s Day webcast highlighting the recently published “A Passion to Serve: How Pregnancy Resource Centers Empower Women, Help Families and Strengthen Communities” and the good work of PRCs around the country.”

Margaret Hartshorn, president of Heartbeat International, a coalition of hundreds of centers, hopes people will tune in to the webcast.

In an email to LifeNews, she said, “In celebration of Mother’s Day, I want to invite you to participate in the Family Research Council’s webcast to honor mothers and protect life, ‘Pregnancy Resource Centers: Celebrating Mother’s Day Every Day.’ I am excited to be a part of this webcast that will showcase the recently released second edition of “A Passion to Serve: How Pregnancy Resource Centers Empower Women, Help Families, and Strengthen Communities” as well as feature interviews with PRC clients, legal experts, directors, and more.”

“Please spread the word and encourage your friends and family to watch live! We also want to hear your questions,” she added.

Speakers include:

•Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council
•Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio)
•Garrett and Ahna Roney, Former PRC Clients
•Tom Glessner, President, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA)
•Karen Snuffer, Executive Director of Care Net Pregnancy Resource Centers in Manassas, Warrenton and Woodbridge, Virginia
•Bishop Harry Jackson, President, High Impact Leadership Coalition
•Matt Bowman, Legal Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund
•Jeanne Monahan, Director, Center for Human Dignity, Family Research Council

If you’re unable to watch live, an archived version will be available at frc.org/prcnewscast following the event.