Hope’s Doorway, Pee Dee Crisis Pregnancy Center, had a wonderful outpouring of support for its second annual 2011 “Bouncing Baby Bottle” campaign.
The BBB campaign is an opportunity for churches and organizations to donate by putting money into baby bottles that are returned to the center.
The PDCPC is a growing community of individuals who have heard Jesus’ call to follow Him by caring for His people, and who honor His commandment to love one another, say center leaders. The center offers comfort to women and men if they are bringing a new life into this world and are confused about an unexpected pregnancy or are in need of special love. If they are searching for a new and more productive life for themselves, counseling is provided. If they carry the pain of an abortion, Christ’s healing and forgiveness is shared, according to center staff.
PDCPC is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. Some of the other services provided include free pregnancy testing, information on pregnancy, alternatives to abortion, information concerning medical care, community services, adoption services, and post abortion counseling. Maternity and baby clothes are also offered as available along with a new born baby layette bag.
Among the churches and organizations that participated in the 2011 campaign included: Calvary Church, pastor Scott Connors; Cartledge Creek, pastor Jason Lutz; Church of God of Prophecy Hamlet, pastor Steve Crews; Cobb Memorial, pastor Chuck McKnight; Cordova Baptist, pastor Bill Monroe; Ellerbe First, pastor Jim Brown; First Presbyterian Ellerbe, pastor James Watson; Faith FWB, pastor Terry McDaniel; Faith Missionary, pastor Ernie Walters; Fellowship Ellerbe, pastor Kevin Thompson; First Baptist Rockingham, pastor Dr. Jim Nelson; Freedom, pastor Ronnie McLean; Gibson Baptist, pastor Greg Icard; McDonald Church, pastor Alex Perakis; Mt. Carmel FWB, pastor Mike Childers; Mt. Olive Church, pastor A.B. Brown, (Interim); Pine Grove, pastor Corey Wilson; Roberdel, pastor Chris Smith; South Laurinburg, pastor Sam Standridge; Spring Hill, Wagram, pastor Matt Harmon; Saint Stephens, MBC, pastor Gregory Freeman; Stewartsville Baptist, Laurinburg, pastor Eddy Simmons; Temple Baptist Church & Christian School, pastor Joey Byrd.
All services are free and confidential. If you are in need of services or looking for a mission project, contact the center for more information. The center is located at 110 N. Lawrence St., Rockingham. The phone number is 910-895-6616.