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Young Mothers Making Godly Choices
May 10, 2012
As a teenager, Hillary Jones gave up a child for adoption. Instead of distancing herself from that episode in her life, she tells her story to youth groups, sanctity of life conferences and classes of prospective adoptive parents at Florida Baptist Children’s Homes. It is a decision for life she has never doubted, she said.
May 10, 2012
PACE (FBW)—Until Dec. 1, 2011, the McMath Family eagerly awaited the birth of their third child. On that day, a doctor’s diagnosis dashed any hope, apart from a miracle, of a healthy baby, and Misty McMath began a journey marked by despair, anger, joy and faith.
An ultrasound examination at 18 weeks of pregnancy revealed Joey and Misty McMath’s unborn daughter, whom they named Anna Grace, had symptoms of aotosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease. The condition creates large cysts on a child’s kidneys that do not allow them to function, and without kidney function an unborn child cannot produce amniotic fluid, which can cause premature delivery.