When I was a teen, I was headed fast down the dangerous road of self-destruction. I did not care about myself, or who was hurt by my selfish ways. I came to Montana in hopes of escaping my dark path and eager to start a new life. I had lived with my boyfriend barely 5 months when I became pregnant. I was 20, with no family and no support; I wondered how in the world was I going to be a mother?
My story begins with my daughter-in-law telling me about her nursing friend doing volunteer work at a pregnancy center. I had never heard about a Pregnancy Caring Center in our community and was drawn immediately to such an organization. Not long after this conversation, I saw an acquaintance while shopping and she told me she worked at Zoe.
Zoe Women’s Services thrives because of compassionate, reliable volunteers who minister to girls, women and families facing an unplanned pregnancy. Some of our volunteers come on a weekly basis while others help us occasionally with events and special projects.
Zoe Women’s Services is a non-profit, 501(C)(3) organization that is supported solely by organizations, individuals and churches. We do not accept any Federal money, if we did, we would not be able to pray with our clients. We could not function in this capacity! We pray every day that God will use us as His tools, that our clients will feel the difference the moment she opens our door.