Meet our blog writer Elodie Takamiya, French Interpreter and Communications Assistant.

Elodie grew up in France but recently moved to the United States to live with her kindhearted husband, Patrick. She obtained a Master’s Degree in International Communications from the University of Lyon 3 back in 2017 and worked for a couple of news media outlets. Her subjects of choice are relationships, love, and cultural issues. She is passionate about walking with God and trusting him in all aspects of her life.

Responding to New York’s RHA

On January 22, 2019, New York passed the Reproductive Health Act. This act permits late-term abortions (abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy) if “the patient is within twenty-four weeks from the commencement of pregnancy, or there is an absence of fetal viability, or the abortion is necessary to protect the patient’s life or health.” In ...read more...


As His Children

“Endure hardship as discipline. God is treating you as his children…we have all had earthly fathers who disciplined us, and we respected them for it. How much more should we submit to the Father of spirits and live? They disciplined us for a little while as they thought best, but God disciplines us for our ...read more...


Pure Freedom’s Pure Genius

Meet Jamie, Pure Freedom’s behind-the-scenes genius. She’s the one who keeps the rest of us sane. Because of her, our educators walk into the schools with all the supplies they need to educate students about healthy relationships. Jamie tracks our finances to make sure our program uses our resources responsibly and records all the feedback ...read more...


Renovations at Lifeline!

Humongous changes are happening around here. Pure Freedom just got a brand-new office space! Check it out… We used to just have a two-desk room where Amy and Kath dreamed about expanding the program and adding on new team members so we could reach more students with life-changing information. With that dream coming true and ...read more...


Who Will Tell Them?

When I go home, I know I’ll be loved. This has always been true. When home was with my parents and brothers in England, Oklahoma, or St. Louis, I was loved. When home became a dorm room at Truman, even then did I know I’d be welcomed and respected by my roommate I was just ...read more...


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