This position requires a willingness to be a voice for the ministry at your local church. Responsibilities include being a point of contact for organizing Bottles of Blessings Program and/or making your congregation aware of updates, special events, and prayer needs.
Since the FLC operates as a medical clinic, volunteers with a medical background are always needed; especially registered nurses, sonographers, doctors specializing in general practice or women's health, and radiologists.
There are always projects that volunteers can help with from processing sippy cups, organizing clothing donations, assisting with donor mailings, and other administrative tasks.
Prayer is vital for this ministry to serve women facing a pregnancy decision. Also, the staff, volunteers, and board members need consistent, fervent prayer in order to battle against the enemy's plans to "steal, kill, and destroy" (John 10:10). Join our email prayer list to become part of the prayer team.
Diapers, wipes, and infant toiletries
Our center is currently in need of diapers sizes 4, 5 & 6 and Pull-ups from 2T-3T to 4T- 5T)
Layette items, infant clothing sizes (newborn to 5T), and maternity clothing
We are currently in need of BOY and GIRL clothing (9 months to 5T), receiving blankets, bibs, baby washcloths and towels and baby bottles.
You can even donate now using your credit card!
Bottles of Blessings is a perfect way to partner with our local churches and businesses. Participants fill baby bottle banks with coins, cash, and/or checks in order to support the life-honoring work of the Family Life Center. We provide the bottles for your church to distribute. Campaigns generally last 3-4 weeks – after most people have returned their bottle banks. We collect and count them and provide you with a grand total. Generally the total of all Bottles of Blessings in a year equals close to 20-25% of our donations. Large strides can be made with many small steps!
God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another. 1 Peter 4:10