Birth Mother’s Day is a pretty big deal around here at CPO. Our birth mothers are amazing people who deserve love and appreciation, and this Saturday is a day we devote to doing just that. This day is important to birth mothers so we do everything we can to make them feel special. This […]
This year we had around 300 attendees and a team of volunteers at the Mayo Hotel and helped us raise over $150,000 to benefit the ministry of CPO and over $30,000 for scholarships to help girls go back to school or finish school! We had a great evening with Karen Larson graciously emceeing again. Pastor […]
Hi there, and thank you for checking out CPO’s blog today! My name is Kate, and my husband Zach and I live in Colorado and are the parents of 4 awesome boys, ranging in age from 14 months to 9 years. Our oldest child (Levi—9) was not adopted, and our other three boys (Max—7 1/2, […]
Birth Mother’s Day is a pretty big deal around CPO. It’s a time for us to celebrate birth moms for their courageous decision to make an adoption plan. At CPO, we celebrate this special day by inviting birth moms and their adoptive families to CPO for a day of pampering, professional portraits, gifts, and a […]
tl;dr We love Empowered to Connect, will be there this year and think you should be too. We began our adoption journey in January 2015 and had no clue what we were getting ourselves into. Adoption was so much more involved emotionally than we had anticipated and, at times, we felt completely lost. Fortunately, Christine […]
A note from Cheryl back in the Spring of 2010: I just received the following letter from a young woman who went through our program in 2006 and made an Adoption Plan for her baby boy. Here is the letter: To: Everyone at CPO I am enclosing a love offering for the ministry. I want […]
Remember to take time this week to remember the most precious gift of all.
Crisis Pregnancy Outreach has been 100% run by volunteers since its inception more than 30 years ago. No one has ever received a salary, which enables CPO to make an even bigger difference in the lives of Tulsa area women. We know that volunteers matter, and to honor them we periodically interview and highlight one of our volunteers. This week we hear from an extremely dedicated volunteer, Marlita Camacho.
Let’s all take a moment to imagine this. You are a simple teenage girl living with your parents in a small town…
I have always known that CPO was different from the rest, but it has just recently sunk in just how different it is.