Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting at Covenant Care Adoptions

Please join us for our next chapter meeting of Macon Stands for Life in Macon at Covenant Care Adoptions at 6:30pm.  Come and learn about Adoption, the important issues of Personhood, Human Rights, and more facing our community and how to become involved and Stand for Life.  We will also hear from Amy Bennett, a Birthmother Counselor with Covenant Care, about adoption and Covenant Care’s mission and work here in Georgia.  Please email MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com for directions and more information.  We hope to see you there.  Refreshments will be provided.

Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting & Presentation on Adoption at Covenant Care

Place: 3950 Ridge Avenue, Macon, GA 31210

Time: 6:30pm

Covenant Care Adoptions

BIRTHMOTHER COUNSELOR ~ AMY BENNETT ~ Central Georgia

Bio:  A native Texan, Amy earned her M.A. in Counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary after receiving her B.A. in Special Education Focused Child Development from Texas Christian University. She is married to Chris, who is a youth pastor at First Presbyterian Church, Macon. Amy joined our team in 2017 and is honored to have the opportunity to walk adoptive families through the pre-placement process, from home study to pre-placement counseling and placement.

 

Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

 

Let it not be said that I was silent when they needed me. — William Willberforce

Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting

Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting in Macon, GA & Tour of The Kolbe Center

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Please email MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com for directions and more information.  We hope to see you there.

Macon Stands for Life Chapter Meeting & Tour of the Kolbe Center

Date: November 15th, 2018 (Thursday)

Place1157 Forsyth St #201. Macon, GA 31201

Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm  Tour starts right after the meeting.

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Let it not be said that I was silent when they needed me. — William Willberforce