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The Real 'Advantage' for Missional Impact

by Jor-El Godsey, President

Best practices and powerful tools will only carry the effort so far... And maybe not as far as we'd think or want.

Even from the title of his book, "The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business," Patrick Lencioni tells it straight. Our best tips, tools, and techniques won't carry the day beyond the operational health of our organization.

Sounds too "touchy-feely"? Lencioni anticipates this objection, noting, "[M]any leaders struggle to embrace organizational health because they quietly believe they are too sophisticated, too busy, or too analytical to bother with it. In other words, they think it's beneath them." (Emphasis added)

Lencioni, well-known for best-selling leadership and management books such as "Five Dysfunctions of a Team," "Death by Meeting," and "The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive," pulls from each of these and others to reveal how a business or non-profit can learn to function in a healthy way.

Setting aside his customary "fable" format, Lencioni uses real-life examples to illustrate and emphasize the challenge and importance of working toward organizational health.

"Organizational health will one day surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for improvement and competitive advantage." Lencioni says.

If you're new to Lencioni, you might start with his "Five Dysfunctions of a Team" to ease into these weighty concepts. His books are neither long nor difficult to read, but offer powerful insights for any non-profit organization.

 

Air Force Three...

by Chet Scott, Built To Lead

The US Air Force trains it team to memorize two numbers, for the sole purpose of their survival during a time of trauma. We don't recall so well when we're overwhelmed, so our military leaders want these numbers embedded in their soldiers brains.

Our tendency, remember, is to do nothing, to turn into statues when we become hyper-stressed. This is rarely the right call. If the building is on fire, run. If the plane has crashed and you are still alive – move. If the boat is capsizing in the open seas, get going. Head for the upper deck and plan your escape. Don't sit still. However, if you're lost deep in the woods, according to Ken Hill a renowned expert in this field, don't get busy moving. Don't run. Don't move. This is where being a statue actually pays off. STOP. You are most likely to be found, in this case, if you stay where you are. Moving on...

Our fear tendency takes a similar look and feel every day around the hallways of corporate America. The moment things get a little hazy, crazy, and out of control we start to freak. When we can't see where we're going the freak can reach a dizzying peak. Our brain gets overwhelmed and without a sense of direction, we go statue again. We ruminate, and we tend toward sitting in our "cubes" and either doing nothing, or doing nothing new.

We STOP. We wait for the leader to tell us the way forward. They rarely do. So, mindlessly we continue to do what we've always done even when deep inside we know it's not working. And, oftentimes we go further. We allow our brain to forecast the future and it tends to catastrophize when given an overwhelming problem and little to no direction home. Yikes. Back to our Air Force pair of num's to recall.

Here are the numbers.

98.6

3

The USAF reminds it's workers of these two numbers over and over again. Here's what they mean.

98.6, as you already know, is our optimum core body temperature. When it gets below 88 you can't think clearly and when it drops below 82, you're toast. They teach their team to do what's necessary to remember techniques to keep warm. Here's one. Consume sugar even if it's cold. Sugar is the best ignitor of heat. Choose sugar over coffee, tea, or alcohol. Is that sweet or what?

3 is a little more complicated. They refer to this as the Rule of 3.

You cannot survive:

  • 3 seconds without spirit and hope.
  • 3 minutes without air.
  • 3 hours without shelter in extreme conditions.
  • 3 days without water.
  • 3 weeks without food.
  • 3 months without companionship or LOVE.

Here's the BTL AND...

To live out your OPUS while traveling your builder's journey, please remember this:

Your CORE temperature needs to feel like fire. As you pay attention to what gives you energy along this journey we call life, you can significantly improve your chances of writing your masterpiece. Step one is realizing what gives you energy the moment you are doing it. We refer to these as discovering your LOVE's. We ask our clients to write this in the form of their love to's. Very cool. Great lives are always lived by someone that discovers their passions and falls in LOVE in work and life. This is step one...

3 numbers we remind our family, friends, and clients are as follows:

  • 12 Essentials of Personal Excellence
  • 8 Essentials of Leading Teams
  • 4 Essentials of Leading Leaders

12 8 4 powered by 2 is our framework for building CORE centered confidence, Communities with chemistry, and Continuity with contentment. These fortunate few live lives that represent their masterpiece. Their teams are inspired communities of people that are building deep trust and tasting what it's like to be in flow. They build the next generation of leaders before they need them and understand why this is best. These, home grown leaders, carry the vision forward and make it clearer during their time. The team outlasts it's founder and continues on with uncommon alignment, engagement, and energy. The Leader looks back at this legacy with contentment. Very cool.

98.6

3

And, you're BTL CORE on fire. We'll call this you're Air Force three. Remember these and you'll be flying.

Good....


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The Grace of God's Faithfulness

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Grace Chanda Swala was on the verge of giving up.

Having become executive director for Mansa Silent Voices in Zambia just a year ago, Grace and her family had laid the comfort of living in their own home on the altar, hoping to raise support for the fledgling center by renting out their home.

But by the time late July rolled around, and the Africa Cares for Life conference along with it, Grace was on the brink of losing heart.

Her heart burdened for the women and children in her community, and her spirit all but crushed under the weight of financial stress and worry, the five-day bus ride from Zambia to Durbin, South Africa, seemed like an eternity.

Would her center ever reach and rescue the women she passed by on the street every day? Could her ministry thrive under such tight constraints and seemingly insurmountable obstacles?

Would Grace and her family face financial ruin because of their selfless sacrifice on behalf of women and babies in Mansa?

Meanwhile, as Grace traveled the five days from Mansa to Durbin, grace was traveling halfway across the world to meet her, as Heartbeat International’s Director of Ministry Services Betty McDowell arrived for a full week of speaking and teaching at the conference.

Betty’s week started with a visit to Pregnancy Resource Centre, a maternity home in Durbin, and followed up with an in-depth day on fundraising all day Monday and into Tuesday morning.

While teaching two sessions on Heartbeat’s Sexual Integrity™ Program early in the week, Betty delivered two keynotes to the 80-plus person conference, which included representatives from three African nations.

“Vision came through as a major theme at this conference,” Betty said. “These friends face so many hardships we don’t here in the U.S., or even most parts in the west. It blew me away to hear from each organization about the problems they deal with: HIV, high crime rates, and even personal safety at risk on a day-to-day basis, and yet they keep at their work in spite of all these obstacles.”

“Africa Cares for Life did a superb job with this conference, and so much of the credit goes to Shanno Enoch, who was running her first conference as Executive Director,” Betty said. “That group is such an encouraging example of what true learners and servant-leaders look like.”

As the conference, “New Beginnings… Bountiful Harvest,” progressed, leaders like Grace were refreshed, encouraged and better equipped to hold fast to the Gospel of Life in spite of the daunting challenges they face every day.

For Grace, the conference truly proved to be a new beginning. As she boarded the bus back to Mansa, prepared for five days en route home, Grace reveled in the encouragement, instruction, and fellowship that had left her rejuvenated, and freshly ready to pursue her God-given call.

Grace also reflected on God’s faithfulness to provide a harvest. Even after a hard year of working the Zambian soil.


by Jay Hobbs, Communications Assistant

 

 

Getting Good Outcomes: More or Better?

 

by Jor-El Godsey, Vice President

Probably the most common question asked when center leaders get together is, “How many unique clients do you see?”

Presumably, the higher the client number, the better the outreach. And it seems to follow, the better the outreach, the better the outcomes. But does this really reveal the whole picture? The answer in a word... hardly.

Yes, more client numbers generally suggests there are actually more “outcomes.” But does it naturally follow that those outcomes are “better”?

The answer to this question requires a deeper look, beyond focusing on total client numbers, and more closely evaluating the outcomes they represent. We have to ask, “What outcomes are we representing?”

Do we count a last known intention after one visit the same as that of a client we’ve seen several times throughout her pregnancy?

How do we qualify discussions relative to spiritual interactions? As faith-motivated ministries, we recognize the context of a life-and-death decision is every bit as spiritual as specifically choosing to follow Christ. Do we count both as equal in light of our mission?

Forty-plus years into the pregnancy help ministry, we all stand on the backs of entrepreneurs who blazed the trail before us. Those courageous folks—some of whom are still very active in our ministry today—tackled challenges like getting real-time pregnancy test results (before the easy tests were available) and getting listed in the Yellow Pages.

These pioneers learned to successfully draw someone who was not looking for their services (even though they desperately needed it), and that entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in our movement, as we push into the new electronic marketing frontiers and mobile device client intake.

With that, we must continually make room for the intrapreneurs among us—those who may not push the envelope per se, but who work to maximize their ministry’s effectiveness. Intrapreneurs spend time on process, protocol and efficiency (not to be confused with effectiveness).

These in turn help serve better outcomes as well as more outcomes. Pushing into new territory is important, but not to the exclusion of developing the territory we are already in. Thankfully, God provides those with temperaments fit for the task.

Take up the task of becoming a pregnancy help movement Intrapreneur today. You can begin by taking one more look at how you evaluate your outcomes.

Personal Time

by Andrea Trudden, Director of Communications & Marketingday for me

Being a full-time working parent of toddlers does not leave a lot of downtime.

At work, I have my task list that I check through each day. At home, I have my domestic duties that I enjoy. On the weekends, we have parties, church activities, and visitations. So, when I have a few moments to myself, I find I sometimes feel bored.

I literally don't know what to do with no obligations. (Hence this article I'm writing while waiting for my flight to take off.)

I believe I have become so accustomed to having obligations that I truly have not thought of downtime.

This has forced me to acknowledge that my husband and I have fallen into exactly what our priest warned against in premarital counseling—we are living for our family and not for ourselves.

It's very hard to not live for our family, however, because we both love them so much!

Recently, we were able to take a date night, before coming home and sorting through our bookshelves to clear space in our guestroom, of course. It was so nice to know that we can still just talk about nonsensical things and laugh at each other’s jokes.

Don't get me wrong, we talk every day. But we usually tend to talk about the cute thing one of our kids said, or our conversation revolves around planning for our next event.

This made me revisit Ephesians 5:15-17

""Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity..."

Although I interpreted this initially as, “Do as much as you can,” I’m coming to find that, sometimes what I actually need is an hour to shop, play a game, or just talk.

Sometimes, it’s more “productive” for my soul to stop trying to be so… well, productive.

I encourage you to take some time and do something for you. Maybe it’s walking, reading, or praying... just make sure it’s something you want to do, and something you can do without interruption.

Okay, back to work.

New Year's Resolution

final logoI deleted an app from my iPhone this afternoon.

It was a good app, and free when I got it. But, as I read through Jonathan Edwards’ Resolutions, as I do every year, I became instantly convicted that this app—which I just downloaded yesterday—has already wasted too much of my time.

Edwards, regarded by many as the finest American theologian ever, jotted down 70 resolutions over the course of several months in 1723, and these have stood the test of time as some of the most brilliant, yet simple resolutions a Christian can make.

Several of them cut like a boning knife through my flabby heart, not the least of which is Resolution No. 5:

Resolved, never to lose one moment of time; but to improve it the most profitable way I possibly can.

Not one moment wasted. Not even when I’m waiting at the airport or stuck in traffic. Not even when I’m early to an appointment—a rare event in any case—and have 15 minutes to kill. To Edwards, a truly godly man, those 15 minutes didn’t belong to him in the first place, and therefore, were never his to kill or make alive.

I love this resolution of Edwards, not only because it sounds ambitious to the point of heroic, but because it is so squarely biblical. It’s nothing more than a simple restating of the Apostle Paul’s instructions to the church at Ephesus:

Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of the time, because the days are evil. (Ephesians 5:15-16)

I want to imitate men like Edwards and Paul, who understood and embraced the gospel so wholeheartedly that every moment became an opportunity to capitalize upon and make the most of, for my ultimate joy, for the good of others, and for the glory of God.

Step 1: Cut out the Fat

The first step to capitalizing on the precious opportunities that each moment represents—to really redeem the time and make the best use of it—is to prayerfully quit doing things that do waste time. There goes that iPhone app. Is Facebook next? Pinterest? Maybe.

That’s what Edwards means when he resolves to “never lose one moment of time,” and it’s what Paul is shooting for when he warns his readers to watch how they’re walking, “not as unwise, but as wise.”

Can you picture Jonathan Edwards, the third president of Princeton, frittering time away on Facebook or Twitter? Or, can you picture the Apostle Paul, commissioned by Jesus as a servant and a witness to the resurrection, burning time on his cell phone while he waits for the bus?

Step 2: Capitalize on the Moment

Following the pattern set by Paul in Ephesians 5, Edwards counters his negative goal (to not waste time) with a positive objective: “to improve (each moment) the most profitable way I possibly can.”

This “improvement” starts with the heart. Are we actively seeking Christ where he is to be found—in his Word and among his people, the Church? Are we actively seeking to embrace the gospel so that we can say with Paul, “the love of Christ controls us”? (2 Corinthians 5:14)

This is what Paul means by “making the best use of the time,” and there is no app for it.

This kind of living takes discipline, study, and Christian community. And this is the kind of living that will really make a difference in the world, including the people you interact with on an everyday basis.

One Suggestion: Heartbeat Academy

How can you improve each moment in the most profitable way you possibly can in 2013?

  • Do you need further training to be best equipped to counsel the desperate woman who believes abortion to be her only option?
  • Are there steps you can take to make the best use of the opportunities God gives you in the coming year?

If so, then consider the Heartbeat International Academy, which currently offers 50 courses, as well as Life Affirming Specialist training and certification.

Geared toward life-affirming leaders, staff, volunteers, and supporters within the pregnancy help movement, the Academy offers just the kind of training you may need in order to make the best use of the time you’re given in 2013.

In the meantime, be choosy about your apps.

Tasking volunteers?

by Jor-El Godsey, Heartbeat International Vice President

volunteers“Let’s get the volunteers to do it. That will save a bundle!”

Volunteers are often seen as a supply of labor for almost any task or for the implementation of an action item. Leaders - board members and directors alike - often assume that volunteers are the least expensive option available. Think again.

Many moons ago, our pregnancy help center utilized a team of volunteers to accomplish the bulk mailing of our newsletters and appeals.  Trays of printed material and envelopes along with stickers and labels were distributed. Presto, some two weeks later the mailing had been delivered.

Upon closer inspection, we realized that, in addition to the volunteer time, two staff members had spent ten work hours (a total of twenty staff hours) each mailing cycle to coordinate the assembly, distribution, and postal paperwork for this process.  A local mailing service (also known as a fulfillment house) that had more sophisticated equipment could lower the postal rate and turn the same task around in three working days as opposed to two weeks. Cost comparisons revealed that, for just a few dollars more, we could improve our process, tighten our turn around, and release several volunteers to more personally rewarding tasks.

All leaders recognize the scarcity of resources to accomplish the mission and achieve the vision.  The good leader continually evaluates how to allocate the limited resources available for maximum return on the investment for the ministry and those involved. 

Adapted from DIRECT Well™, Heartbeat International’s manual for directors.

From On the LeaderBoard | Volume 2, Issue 2

 

Are you alert and oriented x4?

2bdbdefby Betty McDowell, Heartbeat International Director of Ministry Services

As a social worker in the mental health field, I was trained to assess a patient’s level of alertness and orientation by asking them four questions: (1) Who are you? (2) Where are you? (3) What is the date and time? (4) What just happened to you?

This simple exercise helped determine the next steps in diagnosing the patient and constructing a treatment plan. But I have since discovered the value of asking the same four questions to those serving in ministry when I try to help them diagnose a problem and move forward in a clear direction.

How would you answer these four questions?

  1. Who are you?
    The simple answer Christians like to give is, "I am a child of God."  While this is true, it’s also true that we are uniquely created with specific gifts, talents and dreams. Living the abundant life Jesus promised requires us to further discover who we really are, and who we were created to be. Take time, through God's word, prayer and the counsel of others, to discover what you really believe about yourself, God and the world around you. Your decisions come from the core of who you are and what you believe — and that includes what you believe about yourself.

  2. Where are you?
    Is this the ministry, career and life that you are meant to be living? What are the dreams God has placed in your heart? Are you on your way to fulfilling those dreams and callings? Most of us lead busy lives and are trying to find ways to do the things we do faster, but it’s a healthy practice to slow down for a moment and make sure you’re where you belong.

  3. What time is it?
    There are seasons in our lives that require different commitments of our time and attention. For example, several years ago, through the leading of the Holy Spirit and conversations with my husband, we decided that it was best for our family if I focused most of my time, talent and attention on our children—even though it meant modifying my career ambitions. Then, once our children were in school, I devoted more time to ministry outside of the home, and to my career. Now that our children are grown, the time has come for me to engage more fully in the calling on my life, and I’m now able to chase the dreams of my heart. What is the time and season of your life?

  4. What just happened?
    Are you walking around in a haze—or a daze—and unaware of the world around you? What are you witnessing in the lives of those around you?  What are others witnessing in your life? Sometimes, we are so caught up with our goals and to-do lists that we miss opportunities to fully connect with God and the people we love most. 

I have found that spending a little time at the end of each day to review my answers to these four questions has been a great habit. You too may find this practice valuable in becoming alert and oriented x4.

Also check out the link to "The Daily Examen" by St. Ignatius:
http://www.ignatianspirituality.com/ignatian-prayer/the-examen/how-can-i-pray/

Executive Director

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Heartbeat provides several resources and trainings that were created specifically for you, the Executive Director of a Pregnancy Help Ministry.

Executive Director resources available for you include:

New Director Training
Institute for Center Effectiveness
Staffing Essentials
A Vision for Your Organization

Salary Surveys
The Latest Reports and Publications
Take Heart (Encouragement pieces)

 

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Welcome to Heartbeat International's Job Registry page. While you're here, don't forget to sign up for the latest news in the pro-life movement:

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Heartbeat International - Columbus, Ohio

 

Option Line English and Bilingual (Spanish) Consultants

If you're good on the phone, and you're prolific in English or Bilingual (Spanish), here's your opportunity to utilize those skills to serve and promote a great cause – Life!

Heartbeat's Option Line is a 24/7 pro-life hotline. Calls and electronic communication come primarily from women who are facing unplanned pregnancies or who are seeking help to address other highly personal lifestyle, pregnancy or abortion related concerns. Heartbeat's Option Line Program Consultants are responsible for responding to telephone, electronic communication, and instant messages received by Option Line, including communication in Spanish for Bilingual Consultants. All activities/functions of this position are to be consistent with and in support of Heartbeat's pro-life mission, vision, and Christian values. Columbus area applicants preferred. See complete listing here.

Please send resume and cover letter to Betsy Wetherby at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Pregnancy Resource Center for Southwest Arkansas - Arkadelphia, Arkansas

Executive Director

The Pregnancy Resource Center for Southwest Arkansas (PRCSA) is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director (ED) to provide Christ-centered leadership to a vibrant, growing pregnancy center ministry. The ED will be responsible for implementing the mission and vision of the PRCSA, overseeing the management of programs and ministries, and supervising an effective fundraising program to support the work of the PRCSA. The ED will be under the authority of the Board of Directors and will supervise and direct general day-to-day operations, provide management, leadership, and development for paid and volunteer staff as well as oversee client services, resource development, and public relations. If you feel called to lead this ministry forward and are interested in applying, or know someone that would be interested in applying, please email inquiries to the Search Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please send your resume along with a statement describing why you feel called to apply for this position, your spiritual journey, and your qualifications for this position and ministry. Salary is commensurate with qualifications/experience.

(12/11/17)


COLFS - Econdido, California

Executive Nurse/Clinic Manager

Culture of Life Family Services is currently seeking a full-time Executive Nurse Clinic Manager who has a heart of compassion for our ministry.

Qualifications:

  1. Expresses full agreement with corporation’s Statement of Faith, Mission Statement and Code of Christian Conduct.
  2. Is dependable, stable, and capable of following through on commitments. 
  3. Has a sincere desire to reach out to at-risk patients considering abortion. 
  4. Maintains a consistent life-affirming philosophy and would never refer or advise a patient to have an abortion. 
  5. Holds a current License or Registry in good standing with the CA Medical Board. 
  6. Exhibits strong interpersonal, spiritual and administrative skills, takes initiative and is flexible. 
  7. Skilled with current technology and able to learn new skills quickly. 
  8. Must obtain education, training and documentation of competency to perform limited obstetric ultrasound.
  9. Master of Science in Nursing preferred 

Responsibilities: 
The Nurse/Clinic Manager provides support and care to the clients and maintains professional standards of care. Under the general supervision of the Medical Director and Executive Director/CEO, the Nurse/Clinic Manager is responsible for planning and performing direct and indirect nursing interventions including monitoring of laboratory results and call triage . He/she is also responsible for a variety of other clinic functions: supervising, organizing, planning, assessing and monitoring the medical services provided by the Pregnancy Medical Clinic. The Nurse/Clinic Manager also works in conjunction with physicians, nurses, and lay counselors to assure that patients are receiving the best medical, nursing, spiritual and psycho-social care possible.

For more information, or to apply email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (9/30/17)


Lifeline Family Center - Cape Coral, Florida

Houseparents

Home Missionary Position for a married couple, or single woman experienced with house parenting young women. Prefer foster parent training. We love children and pets, but this position requires your full attention. Lifeline Family Center is a Christian home for pregnant young women and single parents of children up to 4 years of age. We are located in Southwest Florida. We provide GED preparation, career training, job placement, parenting and life skills and discipleship training in a Christian family atmosphere. The right couple or single woman will make a difference in these young women’s lives that will have eternal consequences. To qualify, you must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, have organizational skills, high energy and a sense of humor. This is a live-in paid position. Salary is determined by amount of experience and/or training. Benefits include paid vacations, personal/sick days, and a Health Insurance stipend.

More information and a complete job listing is available here. Please e-mail a one page Christian testimony plus a letter of interest or resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax (239-242-7248). (10/20/17)


Women's Help Center - Jacksonville, Florida

Administrative Assistant

Women’s Help Center is seeking a part-time administrative assistant to join our pro-life team! A minimum of two years’ of administrative experience preferred; ideal candidate will have extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and also be tech savvy. Knowledge of Microsoft Publisher a plus. Candidate must be reliable, organized, able to communicate clearly and effectively, and most importantly be committed to the Pro-Life mission. If interested, please send cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (11/28/17)


Options for Women PHC - Lakeland, Florida

Staff Nurse

We are looking for a part-time RN, BSN, RDMS or a Nurse Practitioner, with a heart for pro-life ministry to manage our new pregnancy clinic in Bartow, Florida. This person would manage the medical portion of Options & Choices services. The individual will be required to perform Pregnancy Tests, Limited Ultrasounds (training provided if needed), and STI Testing under the direction of the Medical and Executive Directors and will be directly supervised by the main clinic Nurse Manager at Options for Women, PHC in Lakeland. This position will require the individual to provide and supervise a wide variety of clinic functions. They will assess, plan, organize, and monitor the medical services and staff of the center. Individuals who apply must be a Christian and have a strong pro-life commitment. Bilingual preferred.

Contact Jennifer Judge at 863-969-0525 for more information or to apply. (12/5/17)

Advocate

We are looking for a part-time Patient Advocate with a heart for pro-life ministry to serve in our new pregnancy clinic in Bartow, Florida. The Advocate is a facilitator throughout a patient's appointment. The Advocate gathers information about the patient's situation, present options for her pregnancy and offers referrals to gather help in the community. She helps transition the patient to the medical staff and is involved with the follow-up process throughout the entire decision making process and pregnancy. Specific training is provided in our patient process, including that of crisis intervention and interpersonal skill development. This person has a heart for all people, and must have the following qualities: 1. Relational, 2. A Christian; 3. Willing to develop leadership skills.

Contact Debbie Phelan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to apply. (12/5/17)


Pregnancy Aid Clinic - Atlanta, Georgia

Client Services Director

The client services director plans, organizes, and oversees client services programs and the services provided by the volunteer client consultants. The client services director assures that client services volunteer consultants are recruited, fully trained and supported; that all client services/programs are of the highest quality possible and consistent with the mission and vision of Pregnancy Aid Clinic; and that clients are served with respect and according to the Commitment of Care and Competence.

Communications Manager

Responsibilities: To support the mission of the Clinic by the development and maintenance of marketing strategies and materials, events mailings, social media, fundraising and donor activities.

For more information or to apply for either of these positions, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (11/17/17)


Whispering Hope Women's Resource and Pregnancy Center - Cumming, Georgia

Nurse Manager Needed

Whispering Hope Women’s Resource and Pregnancy Center in Cumming, Georgia is seeking a Nurse Manager. The Nurse Manager will work under the direction of the Medical Director to oversee patient care. For a complete job description, please contact Beth at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (7/21/17)


Students for Life of Illinois - Champaign, Illinois

Campus Mentor

We envision college campuses to be centers for a culture of life where people treat life with love, new life is welcomed with joy, and people suffering from abortion are led to healing hope.

A Campus Mentor transforms students into virtuous, skilled, pro-life leaders, so they can build and nurture a culture of life on campus and in their future communities.

As a result, people are transformed and lives are saved.

Click here for more details about this open position. Apply or ask questions at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (10/10/17)


Hope Life Center - Sterling, Illinois

Development Director

Long-term objectives: The Development Director, in conjunction with the Executive Director, is responsible for acquiring the resources necessary to sustain and grow the mission of Hope Life Center. This will be done through initiating and nurturing relationships with donors who make significant long term financial commitments, volunteers who give of their time and skills, communities who value and trust Hope Life Center, and churches who uphold the mission of Hope Life Center with prayer.

Short term objectives: Strengthen relationships with current donors and establish ongoing donor relationship nurturing practices to increase financial support base and reduce organization’s dependence on annual fundraisers. 

Job Functions:

  • Maintain frequent communication with Executive Director and other department heads to report ongoing Development Department information.
  • Develop and implement ongoing donor relationship nurturing program and practices.
  • Build church engagement team that will encourage and enable churches and their members to invest in the work of Hope Life Center through giving, service, and prayer. 
  • Build volunteer care team to manage volunteer staffing and acquisition for all departments. 
  • Manage Development Department staff and volunteers.

For a complete job description, click here. Please submit inquiries to Debbie Case at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 815-625-5376 for more information. (11/2/17)


Women's Care Clinic - Danville, Illinois

Clinic Manager

Women's Care Clinic of Danville, Illinois, is seeking a Clinic Manager to lead its medical services. We are in a season of growth and the qualified candidate will be committed to providing excellent medical care to our clients, developing new services such as STI/STD testing and Sexual Risk Avoidance initiatives, assisting in the recruitment and growth of our medical staff, and participating in an advisory role to the capital campaign committee. More generally, under the day-to-day supervision of the Executive Director and medical supervision of the Medical Director, the Clinic Manager oversees the provision of client care and medical services operations provided by Women's Care Clinic.  The Clinic Manager will perform direct client care and follow-up, with the assistance of several paid and volunteer medical staff.  All duties and responsibilities are performed in support of the Women's Care Clinic mission, vision, and statement of faith. A complete job description is attached. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (10/16/17)


O'Connor House - Carel, Indiana

Executive Director

Do you have a passion for non-profit, Christian organizations? Are you known for your ability to lead and inspire others? Have you always wanted the ability to work closely with a Board of Directors to develop strategic plans? If so, this opportunity may be for you!

Our client, a nonprofit with a mission to provide a Christian home for pregnant, homeless women seeks an Executive Director to be the key management leader and oversee the administration, programs, and execution of this $300,000 organization.

The successful candidate will enjoy a flexible, full-time schedule, with the opportunity to work from home as needed. This position pays an annual salary and no benefits.

The Executive Director will:

  • Collaborate with the Board of Directors to fulfill the vision and mission of the organization through marketing, community outreach, and strategic planning
  • Hire and supervise 10 staff in accordance with the mission of the organization
  • Oversee and implement appropriate resources to ensure the efficient and effective operations of the organization
  • Develop formal documentation of standards, policies, and procedures
  • Develop and manage annual budget, monthly financial statements, and maintain day to day spending

Ideal Executive Director candidates have:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; advance degree preferred in Public Administration or similar program
  • 5+ years of non-profit management experience or comparable experience in the for-profit sector
  • Previous staff supervisory experience required
  • Budget and management skills
  • Organization skills to include planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation

For a full description and instructions to apply, click here. (10/27/17)


Pregnancy Care Center SE IN - Lawrenceburg, Indiana

Registered Nurse

A part time Registered Nurse position has become available. Perfect opportunity for a nurse that wants to work in a mission driven pregnancy center doing work that impacts life!

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to apply. (12/13/17)


Compassion Pregnancy Center - Clinton Township, Michigan

Client Service Manager

OBJECTIVES OF THE POSITION: The Client Service Manager has the responsibility for overseeing the day-to-day client-centered operation of the education wing of the pregnancy care center. This includes the management of volunteers and the implementation of necessary programs to meet client needs. 

REPORTS TO: The Executive Director SUPERVISES: All non-medical volunteer staff at the Center 
HOURS REQUIRED: 32 hours per week

Contact Sue Nellis, Executive Director at 586-783-2229 or director@compassionpregnancy.org for full job description. (11/27/17)


Hope Pregnancy Center - Wilmar, Minnesota

Nurse Manager

We are looking for either an RN or a Nurse Practitioner with a heart for pro-life ministry. This person would manage the medical portion of Hope Pregnancy Center and perform Pregnancy Tests, Ultrasounds, and STI Tests. Under the direction of the Medical and Executive Directors, the Nurse Manager supervises a wide variety of clinic functions. They will assess, plan, organize, and monitor the medical services and staff of the center.

A resume and letter of interest can be sent to: PO BOX 334, Willmar, MN 56201, or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (8/1/17)


ThriVe St. Louis - St. Louis, Missouri

We are a growing nonprofit with offices in Downtown St. Louis, St. Charles County, and North County that offers a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and competitive compensation packages.

ThriVe St. Louis has been serving women in St. Louis since 1983 and are known for the great care we take with patients and employees alike. We believe in innovation and excellence.

For more information about open positions at ThriVe St. Louis, click here for complete job descriptions or send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply.

Account Rep

The Position : We’re looking for a bright, organized, and outgoing individual to maintain relationships with our existing community of support and foster new ones.

Minimum Qualifications:

Previous experience (3+years) working in sales, fundraising, or related field
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Must be able to work collaboratively and demonstrate strong relationship-building skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Public speaking and presentation skills

Job Type: Full-time

Admin Assistant

The Position : We’re looking for a bright, organized, energetic and dependable person to provide essential administrative support to our organization.

Minimum Qualifications:

Associates Degree or equivalent practical experience.
Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with a diverse range of people and job functions.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience leading projects and maintaining processes
Excellent communication skills, including experience writing to a variety of audiences
Tech savvy

Job Type: Full-time

Community Outreach Specialist

The Position: We’re looking for a great communicator who is passionate about teens to further engage schools, community-based organizations and other programs into partnerships with ThriVe’s Best Choice sexual risk avoidance programs. The Specialist’s focus will be to create a positive and productive partnership experience for all.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in related field
Must be able to work collaboratively and demonstrate strong relationship-building skills
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Must be able to work some nights and weekends

Preferred Qualifications:

Previous experience (3+years) working in community outreach
Public speaking and presentation skills

Job Type: Full-time

Development Manager

The Position: We’re looking for a bright, organized, and energetic individual to develop and implement strategic fundraising strategies.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in administration, public relations, communications, or related field
4 years fundraising experience
Ability to organize and prioritize work and manage multiple tasks in a collaborative setting

Preferred Qualifications:

3 years experience in a non-profit setting
Advanced computer skills
Proficient with Raiser’s Edge or similar database applications

Job Type: Full-time

Educational Facilitator

The Position: We’re looking for a bright, energetic and passionate person to implement an evidence-promising sexual risk avoidance program in public and private schools and organizations throughout the St. Louis area.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree
2 years of Public Speaking experience
Must have reliable transportation

Preferred Qualifications:

Teacher certification welcome, but not necessary
2 years experience working with youth ages 12-18

Job Type: Full-time

Educational Program Assistant Manager

The Position: We are looking for a highly organized and outgoing individual who is passionate about connecting youth to excellent sexual risk avoidance programming.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree
3 years of Public Speaking experience
Excellent communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Teacher certification welcome, but not necessary
Experience managing public health programs
Experience working youth development or at-risk youth

Job Type: Full-time

Fundraising Professional

The Position: We’re looking for a bright, organized, and energetic individual to develop and implement strategic fundraising initiatives.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in administration, public relations, communications, or related field
3 years fundraising experience
Ability to organize and prioritize work and manage multiple tasks in a collaborative setting

Preferred Qualifications:

2 years experience in a non-profit setting
Advanced computer skills
Experience with Raiser’s Edge or similar database applications

Job Type: Full-time

Patient Advocate

The Position : We’re looking for a bright, organized, and energetic person to assist patients and connect them to vital community resources.

Patient Care Coordinator

The Position: We’re looking for a bright, organized, and energetic person to assist patients and connect them to vital community resources.

Minimum Qualifications:

2 years relevant work experience
Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with a diverse range of people and job functions.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience leading projects and maintaining processes
Excellent communication skills, including experience writing to a variety of audiences
Associate’s Degree

Job Type: Full-time

RN Manager of Women's Health Center

The Position: We’re looking for a compassionate and organized Registered Nurse to lead a world-class team in providing exceptional care to women in our community.

Minimum Qualifications:

Registered Nurse with current MO licensure*
4 years relevant experience leading in a medical facility or doctor’s office*
Strong leadership, management, and communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing*
Training in and strong understanding of OB/GYN* *
Experience leading a diverse team*

Job Type: Full-time

Registered Nurse

The Position: We’re looking for a Registered Nurse to join our world-class medical team in providing exceptional care to women in our community.

Minimum Qualifications:

Registered Nurse with current MO licensure*
2 years relevant experience*

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Training in and strong understanding of OB/GYN

Job Type: Full-time

Sonographer

The Position: We are looking for a caring and compassionate RDMS to provide ultrasounds in our ThriVe Express Women’s Healthcare Centers.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED
RDMS with current MO licensure
2 years experience of obstetric sonography in a clinical setting

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate’s Degree in Sonography
High energy and excellent communication skills
Ability to multi-task and provide quality, compassionate care

Job Type: Full-time

(11/8/17)


Expect Hope - Bronx, New York

Resident Director

The Resident Director will be present on site five (24-hour) days each week. She will perform administrative tasks, supervise and manage program staff, and oversee daily house management. The Resident Director will be responsible for enforcing house policies and administering discipline when necessary. She will lead a daily Bible study and discussion class as she mentors and disciples residents. She will perform other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

Click here for a complete job description. Contact Emily Prins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-319-9877, for more information or to apply. (10/26/17)

Resident Assistant

The Resident Assistant will work a 40-hour week in addition to remaining at the house (on call) overnight two nights each week. She will be the acting director of the house in the absence of the Resident Director. Her responsibilities include supervising daily house management, ensuring that residents complete household duties, and enforcing house policies by reporting incidents to the Resident Director. The Resident Assistant will teach quarterly life skills classes and provide emotional counseling as she mentors and disciples residents. Performs other duties as assigned by Resident Director.

Click here for a complete job description. Contact Emily Prins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-319-9877, for more information or to apply. (10/26/17)

Guidance Counselor

The Counselor will work a flexible 40-hour work week based on each resident’s schedule. She will meet with residents individually at least three times each week for at least one hour a session and maintain daily session records. She will be responsible to assist residents in setting up a personal growth plan and guide them in accomplishing all program and personal goals and objectives. Her additional responsibilities will be to teach quarterly life skills classes, provide spiritual and emotional counseling, and facilitate life transition upon exit from the program. Performs other duties as assigned by Program Director.

Click here for a complete job description. Contact Emily Prins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-319-9877, for more information or to apply. (10/26/17)

Parent Assistant

The Parent Assistant will assist mothers with the care of their children while she participates in the program components. The Parent Assistant will supervise and attend to the basic needs of residents’ children while their mothers attend class, appointments, or their places of employment. Minimum 10 hours/week. Maximum 30 hours/week.

Click here for a complete job description. Contact Emily Prins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-319-9877, for more information or to apply. (10/26/17)

Tutor

The Tutor will teach writing skills and reading comprehension to all residents in both individual and group sessions. She will provide High School Equivalency (HSE) training to residents without a high school degree and assist with the college studies of residents pursuing secondary education or certifications. Minimum 10 hours/week. Maximum 30 hours/week

Click here for a complete job description. Contact Emily Prins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 646-319-9877, for more information or to apply. (10/26/17)


Salem Pregnancy Care Center - Winsthon-Salem, North Carolina

Executive Director

Objectives of the position: The Executive Director (ED) has full responsibility for the operation of the pregnancy center, which includes the implementation of and compliance with the mission, core values, vision, policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors within the limits of the pregnancy center’s budget. The primary areas of responsibility will be administrative, development, and community and public relations with emphasis on development and relations. This is a permanent full-time position.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to apply. (12/13/17)


Pregnancy Choices - Canton, Ohio

Chief Executive Officer

General Duties:

  • Administrative responsibilities for Pregnancy Choices (PC) in areas of administrative, development, and community/public relations
  • Implement policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors within parameters of the PC annual budget
  • Assist Executive Board, financial consultant and accountant in establishing annual budget
  • Administrate over five center locations one Reconciliation House off campus in conjunction with Director of Operations

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Be a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
  • Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life
  • Uphold PC Statement of Faith, Statement of Principle and policies of our ministry 
  • Have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in a related field or related experience equivalent
  • Exhibit strong skills in interpersonal communication, public speaking, writing and effective media relations
  • Be equipped to provide spiritual leadership, discipleship, encouragement and direction for Leadership Team, staff members and volunteers
  • Be able to develop and implement strategic plans and goals for growth of the ministry
  • Be able to carry out responsibilities with appropriate communication and feedback to the Board of Directors

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Have a doctorate in related field
  • Have 5 years of previous leadership in Pregnancy Ministry administration 

Contact Renee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information or to apply for this position. (9/28/17)


Saint Child - Beaverton, Oregon

Resident Assistant

Saint Child is a Christian, maternity home offering transitional housing and support to pregnant young women between the ages of 14-24. We are here to encourage positive outcomes for both the young women we serve and their babies.

Provides residential care and supervision on weekends in accordance with DHS licensing standards and Saint Child policies and procedures. Supporting clients as they work on their individual goals, life skills and parenting education, supporting clients at medical appointments, transportation to various appointments/meetings, monitoring the condition of the house, support clients in adhering to community and individual responsibilities, and encouraging clients on their faith journey. 
A high level of trust, confidentiality, and teamwork is required for this position.

RAs can expect to work between 1-2 weekends per month. There is also an opportunity for extra shifts during the week when the week day staff are on vacation.

Compensation for this position is paid at an hourly rate of $11.25/hour. Each 24 hour shift results in compensation for 16 hours with 8 hours of each shift reserved for sleeping or other personal preparations. Room and board is provided during shift. 

Qualifications :
Be willing to support our Christ-centered mission. Valid driver’s license.
Be a female over the age of 25.
Undergo a criminal background check.
Strong communication and relationship skills.
Practical experience working with youth, experience with pregnancy preferred.

To apply, please email cover letter, resume, and at least 3 references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (11/1/17)


A Woman's Concern, Inc. - Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Advancement Manager

Part-Time | 24-Hours Week | Alternative Schedule

Public Relations, Marketing, and Advertising

  • Ensure brand identity and congruency throughout organization.
  • Work closely with the Executive Director to develop a public relations and advertising plan. 
  • Design and oversee production of all major print and electronic publications and communications.
  • Develop and implement strategies to promote A Woman’s Concern’s mission to both internal constituencies and the community at large. 

Resource Generation

  • Manage all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation and relations. 
  • Lead fundraising and collaborative partnerships: Design, implement and manage all fundraising activities including annual giving, endowment and capital campaigns, special projects and other solicitations. 
  • Maintain contact with and develop grant proposals for foundations and corporations. 
  • Develop and manage a comprehensive planned-giving program. 
  • Oversee gift processing and information systems ensuring that office systems and technology appropriately support advancement efforts.
  • Schedule, manage and conduct regular face-to-face visits with prospects for the purpose of soliciting major gifts and advancing relationships.
  • Attend networking events to increase A Woman’s Concern’s professional network, refine relationship management skills, and enhance A Woman’s Concern’s outreach and capacity.
  • Report regularly to the Executive Director on plans, programs, issues and accomplishments.

Stewardship

  • Create spirit of gratitude for all gifts of time, talent and treasure.
  • Implement recognition programs and opportunities for the expression of thanks.
  • Nurture and cultivate all constituent relationships.

Contact Jill Hartman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or with any questions. (11/13/17)


Alpha Omega Center - Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania

Client Care & Marketing

Alpha Omega Center is looking for a compassionate, loving, organized individual to work with clients who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. This individual will work to educate clients and their families in a loving and nonjudgmental way about all of the options available to them. Great organizational skills are a must. This is a rewarding position where you will be working closely with our nurse manager on the "front lines" of saving and changing lives. This person will also assist with marketing by using social media, designing print advertising, and forming relationships in the community. College degree or related experience preferred, applications from medical professionals are welcome. This is a paid, part time position for 20 hours a week working out of both our New Castle and Slippery Rock offices. Training will be provided and some training may require travel.

Interested candidates may apply online here. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any other questions. (12/4/17)

LifeMatters Coordinator

Alpha Omega Center is looking for a qualified individual who is passionate about abstinence education to lead our LifeMatters department. The successful candidate will enjoy overseeing and working closely with the LifeMatters Coordinator in continuing to develop the LifeMatters team and increasing the number of venues at which to present. This is a challenging but rewarding public speaking position requiring being adept at interacting with youth and adults from various backgrounds while dealing with a sensitive subject. College degree and organizational skills are a must; computer skills are a plus. Continuing training on sexual risk avoidance/abstinence provided. This is a paid, part-time position (ave. 20 hours/week) requiring regular travel throughout Butler, Lawrence and Mercer counties with some work from home. Click here for more information.

Please contact Mary Jo Summers at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions. (12/4/17)


Tender Care Pregnancy Center - Southcentral, Pennsylvania

Director

Established in 1988, Tender Care Pregnancy Center provides non-judgmental care to those who may be pregnant, and material support and parenting classes for those who have children. The Board of Directors is now accepting applications for the position of Director. The Director reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for implementing Tender Care’s mission with integrity and professionalism. The Director is responsible for managing all Tender Care operations, employees, volunteers and property. Cover letter with resume should be sent to Board Member Don Wilkinson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Candidates will be asked to provide a pastoral recommendation and one professional letter of recommendation prior to an interview. (9/8/17)


Morning Star Pregnancy Services - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Director of Development

Morning Star, a faith based ministry, with the express desire to spread the good news of life through being an active presence in the community, is seeking an experienced fund raising generalist with demonstrated results in major giving, special events, building donor and church relationships and tech savvy innovator. Must be a good communicator with a passion for our mission and vision. Experience in grant writing and marketing a plus.

Job Description: Develops, plans, and orchestrates all marketing, public relations, and fundraising programs that will encourage, maintain, and increase philanthropic and community support to meet the short-term and long-term needs of Morning Star Pregnancy Services (MSPS). These activities shall be consistent with MSPS pro-life mission and vision and Christian core operational values and beliefs. Shall primarily involve outreach seeking relationships with individuals, corporations, foundations, churches, and related organizations.

Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits available to full-time employees. Only applicants meeting the strict criteria outlined above will be contacted as part of the shortlisting process.

Submit cover letter and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For more information call Linda Plummer, Executive Director at 717-901- 3377. (9/12/17)


Choices Pregnancy Resource Center - Chattanooga, Tennessee

Executive Director

Role Summary: To serve as the executive director of Choices with responsibility for the organization’s consistent ministry achievements and financial objectives within the scope of the mission, vision and policies set by the Board of Directors.

Candidates: Do you feel called to lead an organization that promotes life, offers compassionate care to those facing pregnancy decisions, and empowers people to pursue abundant life? Are you a committed Christian with an ever‐growing relationship with Jesus Christ? Will you carry out the vision and mission of Choices and make prayer an integral part of the ministry?

If so, and if you have proven experience leading an organization and working with a Board of Directors, we want to hear from you!

About Chattanooga, TN: Not only is Chattanooga the largest city in the country with no abortion clinic, it is a wonderful place to live, work, and play. On the banks of the Tennessee River and surrounded by mountains, Chattanooga is aptly nicknamed the Scenic City. Home to the Tennessee Aquarium and natural attractions like Rock City and Ruby Falls, entertainment is easy to find. Shopping and dining are abundant whether you appreciate locally‐owned boutique shopping or shopping malls. With so much to do and a community committed to sustainable growth and economic opportunity, it’s no surprise that Chattanooga is known as one of the best mid‐sized cities in America.

Application: A detailed description of the duties to be performed, qualifications for candidates, and instructions to apply can be viewed here.

Interested candidates should send resumes to Teresa Whitton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Ashley Baldwin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (9/6/17)


Pregnancy Help Center - Nashville, Tennessee

Nurse Sonographer

We are looking for part time Sonographer or Nurses for our new Mobile Pregnancy Center Start up in Nashville, Tennessee. We will train on limited Ultrasound, and we have 1, 2, or 3 days a week available. This is an exciting opportunity to go and help women where they are. Join us!

To apply, or for more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (10/2/17)


Fort Worth Pregnancy Center - Fort Worth, Texas

Do you have a heart for the unborn and their mothers? This may be the calling He has for you! The Fort Worth Pregnancy Center is located just two miles from TCU campus. We are seeking some highly organized individuals to serve in the following positions:

The Client Services Director is a full-time salaried position. Duties and responsibilities include recruiting and training volunteer advocates, managing programs and services and working with medical team to ensure quality of care in all aspects of pregnancy center ministry. The qualified individual whose strengths include managing people, excellent communication skills and training volunteers and staff will thrive in this life-affirming ministry!

We have an opening in our medical clinic for a sonographer, or a Nurse with sonography training and experience. (sonography training may be provided for the right candidate.) This individual will be cross-trained to work in the clinical setting as well as out in the community on our Mobile unit. Opening hearts to the truth of life – what better way to use your skills and experiences!

The Mobile Unit Coordinator position has an emphasis on excellent people skills, flexibility and sound judgement for whatever situation our client may be experiencing. Training for driving the mobile unit is provided; no special license required. Exploring your community, meeting people from all walks of life, serving women and the unborn at their point of need! “Here am I Lord, send me.”

Interested parties may submit a resume to Shelley Lee, CEO This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Job descriptions available on request. (8/4/17)


Pregnancy Help Center of Park City - Park City, Utah

Pregnancy Help Center of Park City seeks a full-time Executive Director to provide Christ-centered leadership and oversight for achievement of the mission and financial objectives of a successful pregnancy center ministry. Applicant should be a mature Christian with supervisory skills and experience, while holding a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in a related area. 

Summary: The Executive Director has responsibility for leading the PHC and the ministry’s efficiency and effectiveness. This includes, but is not limited to: implementing client programs; meeting revenue and spending goals; fostering a spirit of unity, teamwork, care and compassion; and adhering to policies and procedures. A major role of the Executive Director is to be the PHC spokesperson in the community, with a focus on fundraising/development and interacting with current and perspective donors. 

Priorities for this position are: the ability to exhibit servant leadership qualities, along with strong fundraising, public speaking and writing skills. Executive Director will report to Board and is expected to carry out duties and responsibilities with limited supervision.

This is a Full time salaried position.

Send Resume, a brief statement describing what attracts you to this position, your spiritual journey, and why you feel you are qualified to Board President Lorraine Johnson: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (8/22/17)


Assist Pregnancy Center/Metro Women's Care - Annandale, Virginia

Part Time Staff Nurse 

Assist Pregnancy Center, an evangelical pro-life ministry, seeks a part time Staff Nurse to provide  medical services (including limited obstetrical ultrasound) under the oversight of the clinic’s Medical Director and Executive Director. The Staff Nurse works in conjunction with staff and volunteer physicians, nurses, and client mentors to ensure that clients are receiving the best medical, nursing, and psychosocial care possible. Interested candidates should provide a cover letter outlining interest in and qualifications for the position. Additionally, candidates should supply a resume, personal testimony, and a statement outlining their pro-life position to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Full Job Description is available here.

Part Time Finance Manager 

Assist Pregnancy Center, an evangelical pro-life ministry, seeks a part time Finance Manager to support Center operations by performing financial and administrative tasks related to purchasing, bookkeeping, donor receipting, and financial reporting. Candidate should possess spiritual maturity, a commitment to the pro-life worldview, excellent organizational skills, and established experience with Quickbooks and database management. Interested candidates should provide a cover letter outlining interest in and qualifications for the position. Additionally, candidates should supply a resume, personal testimony, and a statement outlining their pro-life position to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Complete Job Description is available here.

Part Time Staff Client Mentor 

Assist Pregnancy Center, an evangelical pro-life ministry, seeks a part time Staff Client Mentor to support the Client Services Manager in the day-to-day operations of the Center by serving as a primary client mentor, providing peer counseling, coaching, and client educational programs.  View candidate qualifications and full Job Description hereere. Interested candidates should provide a cover letter outlining interest in and qualifications for the position. Additionally, candidates should supply a resume, personal testimony, and a statement outlining their pro-life position to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

(11/14/17)


The Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia - Charlottesville, Virginia

Executive Director

Our Charlottesville based PRC is seeking a full-time Executive Director responsible for overseeing the operations, programs, mission, and strategic plan for our four centers. Additional duties include building public awareness of the organization and its mission, overseeing marketing team, developing personnel, and community outreach. Qualifications include: Strong Christian, bachelor's or master's degree, executive leadership experience. 

Contact Barb Woodsmall at 434-906-1926 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or for more information. (11/20/17)


Mosaic Virginia - Lansdowne, Virginia

Director of Nursing Services

The Director of Nursing Services supervises all aspects of the delivery of medical services following professional standards of care, and in keeping with the Center’s mission, including training, safety, and adhering to the Center’s Policies and Procedures and Medical Services Policies and Procedures, and the standing orders of the Medical Director. Click here for a complete job description.

Contact Maggie Downing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or for more information. (12/6/17)

Staff Nurse

The Staff Nurse assists in the provision of client service and medical service operations as a team approach with the Director of Nursing Services, Executive Director, medical services staff, and client support staff and volunteers. Click here for a complete job description.

Contact Maggie Downing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or for more information. (12/6/17)

Communications and Marketing Manager

This position is responsible for strategizing, planning, coordinating and executing communications, promotions, marketing, and advertising programs, in coordination with staff and contractors. Job duties include overseeing website and social media programs, and search engine optimization. Helpful +, but not required, this person also serves as the point person for maintaining and problem-solving technical support equipment maintenance issues, outsourcing when needed. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to apply or for more information. (11/16/17)


Hope Medical of Washington - Kennewick, Washington

Volunteer Nurse

About Us
Hope Medical of Washington is a faith-based, non-profit community medical clinic providing compassionate, evidence-based health care services to empower people to make informed decisions.

About the Job
The Volunteer Nurse provides holistic patient care, focusing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects.

About You

  • You are a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  • You exhibit a strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life from conception until natural death.
  • You agree with and are willing to uphold the Statement of Faith and policies of Hope Medical.
  • You are willing to volunteer your time to help Hope Medical provide compassionate, evidence–based health care services to empower people to make informed and life affirming decisions. 
  • You are licensed as a Nurse (or higher credential).

For more information about Hope Medical, the Voluncteer Nurse Position or to send your resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Executive Director

The Executive Director has full responsibility for the pregnancy care center which includes the implementation of the policies and procedures approved by the board of directors within the parameters of the budget. The primary areas of responsibility will be administrative, development, and public relations. 

About You

  • You are a committed Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  • You exhibit a strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life from conception until natural death.
  • You agree with and are willing to uphold the Statement of Faith and policies of Hope Medical.
  • You have strong skills in interpersonal communication, public speaking, writing, and effective media relations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor or Masters degree, preferably in a related field, or equivalent experience.
  • Two years’ experience as a volunteer or employee in ministry.
  • Two years’ experience in an administrative position with direct experience in supervising paid and volunteer staff in an efficient and professional office.
  • Two years’ experience in marketing, fundraising/development, and public relations.
  • Experience developing and implementing strategic plans and goals for the center.
  • Experience providing spiritual leadership, discipleship, encouragement, and direction for the staff members and volunteers.
  • Experience carrying out responsibilities with little or no supervision.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 509-396-7737 to apply or for more information. (11/1/17)


Care Net Pregnancy Center - Madison, Wisconsin

Fatherhood Program Specialist

The Fatherhood Program Specialist will assist in developing and overseeing a program to serve the needs of fathers of the children whose mothers are receiving services through Care Net Pregnancy Center of Dane County. Click here for a complete job description and to apply. (10/24/17)


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Executive Assistant