FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS and Glory Baby Ministry will receive a portion or proceeds in March. Come out and eat some yummy food, all while supporting a great cause!
Food Truck Fridays presented by Flora Templeton Stuart Accident Injury Lawyers return in March! Join us each week from 11a-2p next to Tidball’s for an awesome lunch for a good cause. A portion of lunch purchases will benefit Glory Baby Ministry. Find out more at WNKY.com/FoodTruck.
3/03 – Big Al’s “HOT DMN” Chicken
3/10 – Stoneybrooke Farm
3/17 – A Taste of Europe
3/24 – Ladybugs Fritters and Fries
3/31 – Wrap&Roll_BG
Bringing comfort to families
grieving through a miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant loss. Glory Baby Ministry is a non-profit 501(c)3 and donations are tax deductible.
WANT TO DONATE A WEDDING/FORMAL DRESS?
Due to being blessed with an abundance of wedding/formal dress donations, our ministry is currently not accepting dress donations at this time.
We are always looking for volunteers. We are in dire need of seamstresses to help make burial gowns. If you crochet, knit or quilt, you skillset is needed to help make keepsake blankets for the grieving families. You can live anywhere in the United States and volunteer for our organization. Contact us now to see how you can help.
In The News
Finding the Light
How One Couple Turned Personal Tragedy into a Ministry of Hope At first glance, Jessica and Josh Heffinger don’t look like people who have experienced tragedy, but it was out of tragedy that their ministry was born. The Heffingers started Glory Baby Ministry in February 2017. The ministry takes donated
Special WBKO Report: Glory Baby Ministry
For Jessica and Josh Heffinger, becoming parents was something they knew they wanted, so they were overjoyed in 2010 to find out they were pregnant with their first child as Jessica explains: “We found out it was a girl and we were super excited” They decided to name their daughter
Ministry helps parents with stillborns, who lose infants
Josh and Jessica Heffinger were excited in 2010. “We got pregnant. Her name was Riley Marie,” Jessica Heffinger said. “We went in for a 21-week ultrasound. We already knew she was a girl.” But when the technician didn’t turn the monitor around to show them pictures, Jessica Heffinger knew something