National Concern for Women Strategy

National Concern for Women Strategy

The National Concern for Women Strategy uses a three-tier approach to simultaneously reach vast groups of men and women to save lives, cause hearts and minds to change, and ultimately restore respect for life in today’s culture.The three types of ads used by Vitae’s...

Time to Reconsider

Time to Reconsider

April came into Parkville Women’s Clinic seeking an abortion, but she was not prepared for what she saw on the ultrasound that day. When she looked at the ultrasound screen, she was stunned to see not one but TWO babies! April immediately thought about her life...

Reaching Those Who Keep Silence

Reaching Those Who Keep Silence

I don’t know about you, but I love to read . . . especially books about history, leadership skills, and occasionally even some fiction. C.S. Lewis is definitely one of my favorite authors. I love his vivid storytelling style and the immense wisdom he imparts to the...

Full of Surprises

Full of Surprises

In early April, Mary, a thirty-year-old with a nine-year old child, came to ThriVe Orlando after several missed appointments (initial appointment made due to Vitae’s digital marketing efforts on behalf of ThriVe). From the start, she made it very clear that she was...

Giving Well into the Future

Giving Well into the Future

Nearly 67% of Americans still don’t have an up-to-date will, because most people put off making their estate plans until much later in life, but that puts your heirs and assets at risk. National Estate Planning Awareness Week, or NEPAW, was founded by the National...

Research Application in Action

Research Application in Action

Pregnancy centers are known for their courage to tell the truth and empower women (and men) to be courageous, despite their circumstances. Vitae works closely with a number of pregnancy centers across the nation, known as “Alpha Centers,” to help reach women using...

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