Be’ad Chaim means “Pro-life in Hebrew, but it means much
more to the Sandy Shoshani and her staff. Sandy has clearly
declared that their goal is to end the practice of abortion in
Israel. As they work toward that end, they meet a woman in
the most sensitive season of her life when she is faced with
an unwanted pregnancy. This is the moment when the
ministry of Be’Ad Chaim shines the brightest, it is the place
where deep need and divine compassion meet. BAC
promises a pregnant woman who is in financial need and
faces a future with a child she feels incapable of raising, to
walk with her in tangible ways. They promise a stroller, crib
and changing table along with diapers, formula if needed
and baby clothes for one year as well as moral support and
true friendship. We have seen this up close. The atmosphere
at the office Be’Ad Chaim is safe, friendly, and welcoming.
In the process of saving babies from abortion Sandy is
working hard to educate the government and its citizens
about the horrific consequences of ignoring and promoting a
solution that has created blight on their land.
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