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Thursday, January 12, 2012

In their latest rant against pregnancy centers, Small Victories asks the
question:

"Why would Kathy Sparks choose to selectively help pregnant girls? She goes
so far as to state on her brochure that girls must come to her pregnancy
center at the onset of their pregnancy and must take classes in order to
then receive help."

The answer is simple, just as Jesus told his disciples

Matthew 7:6
"Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you
do, they may trample them under their feet, and then turn and tear you to
pieces."


There are people who make their living jumping from program to program,
ministry to ministry, church to church, living on the "help" provided by
good meaning christians.

So with this in mind, we are to be good stewards of the funds we are given,
part of that is making sure the person coming in is not just there for a
"free ride".

There is a process that must be followed and adhered to, to be sure they are
not as some say "putting new windows and curtains on the burning house"

Kathy Sparks is not the only person running Mosaic, there is a seven member
board that has to be answered to.

To whom does the Small Victories President answer to?
Her three person board, Angela Michael, Daniel Michael and Jess Bronow?

Mosaic is accredited, by an outside agency, they have open third party financial audits every year.

Who provides the audits for Small Victories?

What good does it do to give the woman help only to find that she has no
medical care set up for delivery?

What good does it do to help a woman deliver a child only to find out that she has no idea how to care for it?

Think about it.

1 comment:

Friend for Life said...

There is no sin in one being a good steward or using wisdom; I applaud ministries that offer a hand up to those in need such as Pregnancy Resource/Care Centers. Being critical of them only makes SV look small, mean and petty.