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Women's Renewal News

Women's Renewal News

Coming Back to Life at ELC

As the state is slowly and cautiously reopening, Empower Life Center is increasing its service options to the community. 

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At Empower Life Center, the slow emergence from the pandemic has meant the blessing of our volunteer staff returning and helping us to serve our community.

As a way to help you understand who it is in the community we serve, we have compiled a list of statistics that give you the numbers. Over the typical month, we have had roughly 200 office visits with our existing clients, and we see 30-40 new clients monthly, involving a couple doze follow-up contacts.

The average age of the person visiting ELC is 29, and that may surprise some who felt that number might be younger.

Over the course of the pandemic, we have had months were around a dozen mothers come in for formula, and 3-4 dozen come in for diapers and clothing.

We’ve also seen quite a number of these women bring their pregnancy to complete term, delivering healthy, beautiful babies.

The work our volunteers do with these women, and the work done with the fathers in our parenting classes is invaluable within the community.

We know that God is all about wholeness, and in fact that is what the Hebrew word “shalom” means. God’s idea of peace is for people to be whole, and we cannot thank our volunteers enough for being part of this work.

As we look toward an increased flow of people who need our services, we are so grateful for the work the volunteers are doing, and we ask you to continue supporting them with your prayer. 

At Empower Life Center, the slow emergence from the pandemic has meant the blessing of our volunteer staff returning and helping us to serve our community.

As a way to help you understand who it is in the community we serve, we have compiled a list of statistics that give you the numbers. Over the typical month, we have had roughly 200 office visits with our existing clients, and we see 30-40 new clients monthly, involving a couple doze follow-up contacts.

The average age of the person visiting ELC is 29, and that may surprise some who felt that number might be younger.

A man tenderly holds his newborn baby.

Over the course of the pandemic, we have had months were around a dozen mothers come in for formula, and 3-4 dozen come in for diapers and clothing.

We’ve also seen quite a number of these women bring their pregnancy to complete term, delivering healthy, beautiful babies.

The work our volunteers do with these women, and the work done with the fathers in our parenting classes is invaluable within the community.

We know that God is all about wholeness, and in fact that is what the Hebrew word “shalom” means. God’s idea of peace is for people to be whole, and we cannot thank our volunteers enough for being part of this work.

As we look toward an increased flow of people who need our services, we are so grateful for the work the volunteers are doing, and we ask you to continue supporting them with your prayer. 


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