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Crisis Pregnancy Service Sees Internet Success
: A computer programmer has turned his skills toward helping crisis pregnancy centers.
His main website, at www.LastHarvest.org, says that it is “saving lives one heartbeat at a time.” “At age 62, I’ve got a short window of time for me to connect with crisis pregnancy centers,” says an energetic Freeman, who works in Dallas.
One website of his, www.Findapregnancycenter.com, receives 35,000 to 40,000 unique visits a month from women looking for abortion information, he says.
The Illinois list on this website has more than 100 centers, with phone numbers. The service would do well to add links to the centers’ websites. In any case, the monthly cost of $10 is certainly within the budgets of pregnancy centers.
Freeman is sowing many seeds, such as his “Monday Minute,” an audio interview (which runs more than a minute) at www.Monday-minute.com. “Monday minute is a weekly webcast designed for the busy pregnancy center,” Freeman says. The show features interviews of leaders and experts in the pro-life pregnancy center movement, and its viewership has grown to more than 4,000 visitors in April.
The most recent Minute showcases the work of Marilyn Morris, founder and director of Dallas-based Aim for Success, the nation’s largest provider of abstinence education programs. (Soon to be scheduled is an interview with internet marketing guru Kevin J. Banet, so check it out at http://www.Monday-
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