Dear Friends and Supporters,

2015 was a great year for Prenatal Partners for Life. Our 2015 Banquet with Irish Tenor Mark Forrest and Kalley Yanta as our MC was a great success. Mark entertained and inspired us all with his marvelous tenor voice and his beautiful testimony about his children with special needs and his precious son in heaven. He talked about his ministry at Wheatland Farm that offers hope and healing for families with special needs. The highlight of the night was Mark and the whole banquet hall singing Our Lady Of Knock. It was a beautiful, fun evening for all. The Fourth Annual Peter Kellett Angel of Light Award was given to Lisa Rogers and Loretta Dischinger. Lisa makes the beautiful angel charms that have comforted hundreds of families who have had a child die and Loretta has donated dinners and her delicious baked goods for years to help support the work we do. Wonderful mother Heather Haigh and her son Jackson gave a moving testimony about Jackson's medical condition and the many ways Prenatal Partners for Life has helped them over the years.

Thanks to the wonderful support we have had and the success of our annual banquet, the life saving and life supporting work of Prenatal Partners for Life continues by God's grace and mercy. Our mission of offering life-affirming support, information and encouragement to families who have a child with health issues is growing and we are always finding new ways to educate the world about the gift of all life. Our new brochure, Prenatal Testing: Some things to consider, is now available to order on our website. Our new teaching DVD is also available to order on our website. Or mission about promoting the gift of all life continues and would not be possible with out your help and support. Our Funeral/Marker and Family Grant program continues to expand and help many families with the practical support that is so often vitally needed. Please continue to support Prenatal Partners for Life with your prayers and financial help. Thank you and God bless!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The support, information and encouragement provided by the PPFL parents is not meant to take the place of medical advice by a medical professional. Any specific questions about care should be directed to a health care professional familiar with the situation.