Lenette Lindemann recently appeared on Christian Broadcasting of Yakima‘s February 2012 Good News in the Valley segment to discuss the launch of Image Point Mobile Medical Services.
The best way to Touch the Future is to create it!
Image Point Mobile Medical Services is being raised up to take the proven effectiveness of life-affirming ultrasound technology into a mobile medical unit setting. Providing ultrasound services in a mobile medical unit will allow us to greatly expand the outreach to abortion vulnerable women, those to whom we are called to serve throughout Central Washington.
As the strategy of abortion-providers and their supporters becomes increasingly coercive, it is critical that we be able to touch the lives of vulnerable pregnant women who are often being manipulated by those who are closest to them into having an abortion.
For example, we now know that it is routine for some school based health clinics in Washington State high schools to secure abortion services for their pregnant students. This is happening to girls as young as 14 years of age, without parental knowledge or consent. The student is transported to and from the abortion clinic during school hours.
Even more ominous is the trend that is happening in the state of Iowa, Beth Chase of Chase Advancement reports, “It appears that much of the future battle (of reaching women who are being targeted to have abortions) will be in the aggressive promotion of teleconference medical services that push RU-486. In Iowa, e.g., Planned Parenthood is putting an office next to every college, university, and technical school (33 total). And with the (even more powerful abortion drug) Ella on the abortion providers radar, the battle to empower women to make life-affirming decisions becomes even more covert”.
Pro-life ultrasound services provided in a mobile medical setting placed in strategic locations will allow abortion vulnerable women the precious opportunity to make an informed decision about their pregnancy! A decision that will empower them save the life of their unborn children!
The future is now, the future is mobile, and Image Point Mobile Medical Services will be touching the future lives of many generations yet to come. We invite your support to begin this journey with us!
Image Point Mobile Medical Services would like to ask you to join with us to touch the future lives of many generations to come through your encouragement and support.
Our kick-off fundraiser luncheon will be held on Tuesday, February 21st, at the Yakima Convention Center. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with lunch and the program will run from 12 – 1:30 p.m. You will not want to miss the opportunity to hear the incredible testimony of Pam Tebow.
Admission is free but by ticket only. Lunch is complimentary. An opportunity to make a financial contribution will be given. Tickets are first come, first serve.
To reserve your spot, call 509-930-1380 or email Lenette Lindemann at email@example.com.
We hope to see you on Tuesday, February 21st!
More about Pam Tebow from Ambassador Speakers:
As the daughter of an army colonel, Pam Tebow lived all over the world until she was seventeen, when she entered the University of Florida. She graduated with honors from the College of Journalism and Communications at UF. While in college, Pam met Bob, and they were married upon graduation in 1971. The Tebows have five children, two sons-in-law, three granddaughters, and one grandson. Each of the children and their spouses are active in various ministries!
Pam and Bob have been called “homeschool pioneers.” They began homeschooling in 1982, when “homeschool” was not yet a word. All five of their children were homeschooled from kindergarten through high school, and every one of them received college scholarships.
The Tebows lived for a number of years as missionaries in the Philippines, where Bob continues to have an ongoing ministry, the Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association. BTEA supports 50 nationals, who preach the gospel throughout the Philippines and stimulate church planting. Through the preaching of the national evangelists and the Americans who accompany Bob on numerous mission trips, over one million people a year are professing their faith in Jesus Christ. Bob and Pam also run an orphanage (Uncle Dick’s Home) in the Philippines, which has been home to scores of orphans since 1992. Pam is very involved in her husband’s ministry and coordinates numerous projects and personnel.
Pam enjoys speaking for women’s groups, nonprofit fundraisers, and various events in many cities across the country, and is currently writing a book on parenting. The notoriety of the Tebow family increased when their youngest son won the Heisman Trophy following his sophomore football season with the Florida Gators. Because ESPN aired the portion of the interview with Pam that focused on her refusal to abort “Timmy” when she was advised to do so, she has been given a national platform to encourage the pro-life message. In 2010, Pam and Tim were in a Super Bowl commercial that celebrated family and life, which, according to a Barna survey, resulted in 5.5 million people “having cause to rethink their stand on abortion.” Pam is also passionate about encouraging women to trust the Lord with all their hearts for all their lives and to use the incredible influence God has given them to eternally impact their world.
Image Point Mobile Medical Services is a central Washington based life-affirming organization of Christians who are committed to serving abortion vulnerable women and their unborn children through the use of ultrasound technology in a mobile medical setting. While our nonprofit corporation is headquartered in Selah, Washington, we’re looking forward to growing to other parts of the state.
Our founding board of directors are: Dr. Steve Younker, member-at-large; Denise Van Horn, vice chairman; Brenda Brink, secretary; Earl Engle, treasurer; and Lenette Lindemann as board chairman.
We uphold the principle that human life is sacred, beginning at conception through natural death.