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Limited Obstetric Ultrasound Sarah Martha Miller

When ultrasound was first developed, some 20 to 30 years ago, it was mainly limited to high risk pregnancies which meant it was a mystery to most expectant mothers what was really happening in the womb. “When did my baby start looking like a baby? When did the fingers develop? When did my baby start moving and jumping around?   Am I having a girl or boy?” These questions were never answered until her baby was born. Today, through ultrasound, we can see life in the womb, and that life really does start at conception. Approximately three weeks after conception we can even detect a heartbeat!


At Sav-A-Life, we use ultrasound to show life. Our clients are scheduled for one ultrasound after their initial visit for a pregnancy test.  Although we are able to scan up to 28 weeks for clients further along in their pregnancy, we typically scan clients between their 8th and 9th week of pregnancy.  Our clients get to see their baby in a relaxed atmosphere and are welcome to bring the father of the baby with them. They are given time to look at their baby, see the heart beating, and get an estimated age and due date for their child.


Our goal at Sav-A-Life is to show that there is a fetus, “little one,” living in the mother’s womb. Ultrasound is used to teach our clients that there is a form, a beating heart, but most importantly - that there is life. The myth that “it’s just a blob of tissue” is no longer a myth but is totally untrue.


Limited Obstetric Ultrasound, Abstinence Information,  Abortion-Recovery/Sexual Abuse Recovery, Bible Study, Parenting Classes, Life Skills, Free Pre-Natal Vitamins, Free Pregnancy Testing with Verification of Pregnancy

Ways to Help

Volunteer, Baby Bottle Drive, Booties, Prayer Chain, Prayer Walking,

We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit ministry with the mission to reach as many families in our community as possible.  All this takes money.  As we receive no federal funding, we are completely reliant on God's faithful provision.  Would you consider being one of those faithful providers?  You would have the opportunity to know that your precious dollars are helping maintain a building, staff, and resources dedicated to "Sharing Jesus to Save Lives."


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 Although we don't hear about it very much in our community, abortion is a very real concern in Covington County.  Chances are that you know at least one person in your sphere of influence that is post-abortive, whether they be male or female.  While Sav-A-Life is very outspoken about the value of human life from the moment of conception, we also recognize that some men and women have chosen abortion in their past.  And we are here to help them in their journey of recovery.


Some men and women didn't choose abortion.  Instead they expereiced a miscarriage.  This event can be as traumatic and hard to heal from as an abortion.


For these reasons, and many more, that is why we offer an abortion recovery or miscarriage Bible study.  Healing for something this devastating can only come through the Lord, and it is in His Word that we find the medice to heal the wounds.


If you or someone you know is interested in learning ways to cope and heal, the most important thing is to pray for the Holy Spirit's guidance in this matter.  Contact us with your questions or graciously and compassionately suggest your friend call us.


It would be our joy and pleasure to help you find the healing that you so desperately want and need!


I went to Sav-A-Life to get a pregnancy test done so that I could set up for my first doctor appointment. The ladies that all work in there are absolutely the sweetest and genuinely care for you and your baby. I ended up going back to get my first ultrasound there and it was the greatest experience. They even have ways for you to earn "mommy bucks" so that you can buy all kind of baby stuff from their store. I think it's a great way to help the women in our community who need help and are not blessed to have others to help them through this difficult time. 


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