The Shelter Initiative at Broadmoor is a vision birthed from a faithful calling on those involved in the Shelter Ministry (formerly Orphan Care Ministry) and a compelling charge by our Lead Pastor to run to the hurting by responding to the post-abortion culture with the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022. Through this initiative, we are focusing on four key areas to meet needs.

A) Those involved in Adoption.
B) Those involved in Foster Care.
C) Those impacted by unexpected pregnancies.
D) Those that have been impacted by abortion in their past.

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Through this initiative, we have a one-year goal to see the following occur in the family of faith at Broadmoor.

1 Broadmoor affiliated support group for those impacted by abortion
10 members trained in trauma response to help those who are hurting
20 members in the adoption process
100 members certified to foster children in Mississippi
1,000 members supporting those impacted by foster care, adoption, unplanned pregnancies, and abortion. *

Ways to get involved

Wednesday evenings at 6:15pm, Preston Crowe leads Crisis Response Training. This video and discussion-based course will meet during the spring semester for those interested in serving as crisis response counselors in the future.

Also starting soon, Broadmoor will host Abortion Recovery Support Group. This group is open to those women who have experienced an abortion in the past. This small group Bible study will be led by Amanda Scott. Because of the personal nature of this group, please reach out to Amanda at and let her know you would like to be a part of the group or you can ask her any questions you may have.

To find out more about the Shelter Ministry or get more information about the ways you can be involved in the Shelter Initiative, you can text the word SHELTER to 32373 to receive emails to learn how you can make an impact.

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Below are just a few of the ways you can support those impacted by foster care, adoption, unplanned pregnancies, and abortion.

– meals – clothing – supplies – respite care for those fostering – transportation – welcome boxes for those fostering or adopting – Parties for group homes and foster families

Lead – A support group – A life skills class – A parenting class – Through the Shelter Ministry

Pray For – children in the foster care system – children in the adoption process – parents involved in foster care or adoption – women experiencing unexpected pregnancies – agencies providing pregnancy counseling – agencies providing foster care and adoption services – women and men impacted by abortion

Volunteer – At the Center for Pregnancy Choices – At a group home – At a foster care or adoption – As a mentor – As a tutor