Monday, September 5, 2016

Baby Dezmond’s Mom Was Looking to Abort Him. What She Found Instead Was Help

Meet the first mom and baby saved
by PHC of Artesia. Dezmond Ray was
born 1/23/16, less than a year after
the center first opened its doors.
. . .  2015 was a big year in the small town of Artesia, New Mexico, and later you’ll find it was a life-changing year in the life of one special teenager.

While it may have gone by unnoticed on a national scale, the year marks the first in the existence of Pregnancy Help Center of Artesia, the first of its kind in the area reaching out to women in unexpected pregnancies. . . .

On a day, when the office was closed, Ramsey was out working on the flowerbeds in front of the center when two teenaged girls came around the corner.

“They both looked a little rough around the edges,” Ramsey said. “They asked me about a pregnancy test. Even though the office was closed, I never want to refuse the opportunity. I had them wait a few minutes while I went into the office and turned on some lights.”

Inside the center, one of the girls explained to Ramsey that she’d had a one-night stand and was afraid she was pregnant. A pregnancy test confirmed her suspicion, and she began asking Ramsey about abortion.

At the tail end of a conversation that focused on the procedures and risks associated with abortion, the girl began asking a different set of questions—starting with adoption and moving into single parenting.

From the initial conversation, the young woman started attending the pregnancy center’s parenting class. She never missed a session.

“I just saw this transformation in her as she became this beautiful child of God,” Ramsey said. “She decided to go ahead and parent her child.”

She just recently gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Dezmund Ray. He was born on Jan. 23, 2016 at 6:38am. He weighed in at 6lbs 5oz. . . .
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