Our Beliefs & Values

December 16, 2023

Hope for Prenatal Diagnosis In light of recent news headlines detailing the difficult case of a family in Texas seeking an abortion after receiving a diagnosis of Trisomy 18, we feel it is appropriate to share our perspective and philosophy. We want people to know there is hope for a prenatal diagnosis. Our nonprofit ministry […]


April’s Letter: To Thomas Henry

September 20, 2023

Rather than our typical blog post sharing the overall story of a parent and their baby’s diagnosis, today’s blog post shares one of our Verity’s Village mother’s letter to her son. By her permission, we are allowed a window into her pregnancy, her special times with her son, and her choice to spend this time […]


Elizabeth’s Story: Isaiah Still Speaks

April 3, 2023

Verity’s Village parents are invited to share their stories and the stories of their children to be posted to our blog, and we have many parents who reach out to let their little lights shine. “Elizabeth’s Story: Isaiah Still Speaks” was provided to us this last month to share with our community, our village. We […]


Kori’s Story: Jacklyn’s Journey

December 5, 2022

Jacklyn’s Journey began in March of 2021 when we found out that we were pregnant with our 3rd baby girl. I went in for a regular anatomy ultrasound around 20 weeks, and it was discovered that our baby girl had some markers pointing to a possible genetic condition. She had a large hole in her […]


Rebekah’s Story: Never Give Up

October 5, 2022

In September 2022, Verity’s Village reached out to our group offering to share their special stories on our blog. Rebekah agreed to share the story of her pregnancy with her son Samuel who was born with Trisomy 18. Below is her story in her own words, edited for space and clarity. Rebekah’s Story: Never Give Up […]


Crashanda’s Story: God Has a Plan!

July 13, 2022

I knew God had a purpose and a plan for my life, and my sweet baby has purpose. My baby has a heartbeat, so that is life that only God can give!  I had a made up my mind to go as far in my pregnancy that God allowed.