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Honoring Life and the Mystery Within

Posted on Saturday, January 16th, 2021

January is Sanctity of Human Life month, which, as you can imagine, is particularly meaningful for the PCC community.  After all, our mission to save lives and strengthen families is deeply rooted in the conviction that every human life has inestimable and inherent value, created by a God of love for a meaningful purpose.  Sadly,…

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We Wish You a Happy New Year!

Posted on Tuesday, December 29th, 2020

As you welcome the new year, join us in celebrating 450 new babies who have been welcomed into our community this year as a result of your prayers and giving. Thank you for your commitment to save lives and strengthen families! Our offices will be closed December 24th – January 3rd. But we will be…

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2020 Has Been Unforgettable

Posted on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020

As this unique year comes to an end, we are deeply grateful for all that God has done for and through PCC and for the faithful support of partners like you. Thanks to your generosity, we continue to offer hope and practical help to thousands of young people and their children. We invite you to…

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The Election and Beyond

Posted on Monday, November 2nd, 2020

 “Elections have consequences.” We’ve heard it said many times, and if you’ve lived any time at all, you know how true that statement is. This year maybe more than any other in recent history, the stakes are high, and emotions are higher. At PCC, we are thankful for a pro-life president, governor and state legislature….

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Governor Parson Proclaims October Infant Safe Sleep Awareness Month

Posted on Friday, October 30th, 2020

Governor Parson has proclaimed October Infant Safe Sleep Awareness month. In southwest Missouri, sleep-related accidents are the second most common cause of death in a baby’s first year of life. This is even more tragic when we consider that many of these deaths are preventable.  According to the Missouri Safe Sleep Coalition, one of the…

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Missouri center celebrates 20 life-saving years, continued rise of mission impact

Posted on Saturday, October 24th, 2020

The Springfield Pregnancy Care Center was recently featured by Pregnancy Help News and the National Right To Life News for 20 years of continued impact. Twenty years ago, Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) began offering alternatives to abortion for women in southwestern Missouri. Today, the organization continues its mission of saving lives and strengthening families through…

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PCC was named the Great Game of Business 2020 All-Star Champion for social sectors!

Posted on Monday, September 21st, 2020

PCC was named the Great Game of Business 2020 All-Star Champion for social sectors!  This is a national award recognizing the best of the best among nonprofit, educational and governmental Great Game™ practitioners. Great Game™ is an open-book management operating system rooted in the notion of teams really knowing what’s going on and possessing the…

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Local School Performs Play in Support of PCC

Posted on Friday, July 10th, 2020

Reaching for You: Written and Directed by Robin Harrison On June 12th and 13th, students from Grace Classical Academy (GCA) performed a play entitled Reaching for You that explores the realities of unplanned pregnancy and the tragic consequences of abortion.  Written and directed by Mrs. Robin Harrison, Reaching for You was a labor of love for her and the entire…

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Father’s Day Fundraiser

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2020

On Father’s Day, Immaculate Conception (IC) Parish and the Knights of Columbus hosted a drive-thru fundraiser benefitting Pregnancy Care Center (PCC). They provided a donation in the amount of $3,200 to support the mission of saving lives and strengthening families. In the weeks leading up to Father’s Day, IC held a baby bottle drive, encouraging…

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Love One Another

Posted on Thursday, June 11th, 2020

Such anger and anxiety in our nation right now.  We feel out of control, and it’s showing. We and our fellow citizens are marching and wearing masks, clamoring and cowering, rioting, and reconciling – desperately trying to find solutions to heartbreaking issues. But what if the answers we seek aren’t as complicated as the questions? …

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