Saturday, September 01, 2007


re: "One of Care Net's key commitments is to bring needed pregnancy center services to women and men in underserved urban areas. As many of you know, the National Football League supports teams in 32 of the largest cities across the United States. What you may not know is that in most of these "Touchdown Cities" pregnancy center services are scarce. Abortion providers greatly outnumber pregnancy centers in these cities, leaving women without the care or support they often need to carry their pregnancies to term... Over the next three months, Care Net is seeking to raise $75,000 to open a new urban pregnancy center in downtown Philadelphia, Care Net's first "Touchdown" City... Many of you may remember Herbert Lusk, the former Philadelphia Eagle who became known as the "Praying Tailback" for his public acknowledgment of God after each touchdown. Now Senior Pastor of Greater Exodus Baptist Church, Herbert Lusk is leading a ministry called People For People, which meets the needs of thousands of young women in Philadelphia through job training, mentoring, childcare services, and financial assistance. /Now, People For People and Pastor Lusk desire to add pregnancy center services to their ministry..."...

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