Meet our blog writer Kath Crane, SRAS, Community Outreach Coordinator.

Kath graduated from Truman State University in December 2016 with her B.S. in Linguistics. Though she grew up in West County St. Louis, she now fully embraces the small town Kirksville life with her kind and courageous husband, Brandon. Kath gets excited about healthy living: physical, mental, relational, and spiritual. She’s delighted to be on the Lifeline team where she can use this passion in encouraging the community to see Christ in every area of their lives.

Memories in Waiting

Who doesn’t love baby clothes? It doesn’t matter who they are–client, volunteer, donor, delivery man–almost anyone who walks into Lifeline oohs and ahs over the boutique filled with baby clothes, quilts, and all kinds of supplies. Tiny ensembles adorned with flowers, frogs, firetrucks and frills fill the racks. Miniature Mary Janes and cowboy boots stock ...read more...


Perennial Grace

A young woman walks into a Truman State volunteer fair, ready to serve. Little did she know that through her desire to help others, she herself would receive healing. Perusing the booths, she discovered Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic, and was intrigued enough to volunteer. When she looked up the website, among the tabs of services ...read more...


Talking to God, Part II

“May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10. Five women circle up in the conference room. It’s a Tuesday morning at Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic. It could be just another day, or it could be a new opportunity to serve God and love His ...read more...


Talking to God: Part 1

“Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be kept holy…” -Matthew 6:9 When it feels like our prayers don’t matter, the Spirit reminds me: Jesus, God Himself, prayed. Jesus made it pretty clear that we too should pray. He was even gracious enough to show us how. If God asks us to ...read more...


A Vessel

Lifeline is staffed by real people and serves real people. Real people grow. Therefore, Lifeline must grow, too. Every year, we collect client surveys to assess how we’re doing: Do clients feel welcomed? Are our services making a difference in their lives? How else can we connect with them? We try to figure this out ...read more...


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