Hope Pregnancy Center offers support to women (or men) who have experienced abortion at some time in their lives.
Our after abortion help is offered in both group and one-on-one settings. Many of our group leaders have experienced an abortion themselves and have been trained to help others.
We currently offer two programs: Rachel’s Vineyard Retreat (RVR), which is a weekend retreat, and Forgiven and Set Free bible study, which is a weekly study that meets for one hour sessions. Everything is completely free of charge.
The next RVR is scheduled for August 2018.
Call our confidential abortion recovery line at 254-289-1595 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop in to talk to our staff to learn more about what after abortion help looks like for you or someone you love!
* The next Forgiven and Set Free studies will begin in the Spring of 2018!
Killeen and Temple locations
* The next Rachel's Vineyard Retreat weekend is scheduled for August 2018!
What Abortion Recovery Participants have experienced:
"What an amazing night last night at the ... post abortion bible study. The great exchange, and wonderful individual prayer. Truly have some awesome and powerful women of God pouring into my life. Like a sponge I am just soaking it up so that when God sees fit to squeeze me I am full of Him to pour out on them! Ready in season and out!"
"Rachel's Vineyards Retreats are great for first round initial healing. The Forgiven and Set Free bible study group was great in working through, connecting, and unearthing deeper and more far-reaching wounds carried long-term from abortions 2 decades ago. Great how it addresses issues of motherhood!"
"I was very impressed with this retreat. It was so thought out and well put together. Every worker here is so anointed to be here...The most meaningful thing in this retreat was finding healing and letting go of the past...becoming free from the prison that held me captive."
"Love, compassion, service...all of these things were displayed in abundance. it was a avery safe, comforting environment."