Parents of Nora Rose to speak at Sanctity of Human Life worship service
January 16, 2018
Southern Torch (3919 articles)

Parents of Nora Rose to speak at Sanctity of Human Life worship service

PHOTO: Local parents Jacob and Katie Malone with their 15-month-old daughter, Nora Rose. Nora was born with Trisomy 13, and Jacob and Katie will be sharing their experiences with the Sanctity of Human Life Worship Service on Sunday, January 21st. (Contributed Photos)

By Staff Reports 

RAINSVILLE, Ala. — “Human beings are created by God in His image. Therefore every person, from conception to natural death, possesses inherent dignity and immeasurable worth—including preborn children, elderly individuals, those with special needs and others marginalized by society.”  – This explanation of the sanctity of all human life is provided by, “Focus on the Family.”

DeKalb County will have an opportunity to learn more about how this concept is applied when Katie and Jacob Malone speak at the Sanctity of Human Life worship service on Sunday, January 21, at 6:00 pm  The gathering will be at Ruhama Baptist Church located on Lookout Mountain.  

The Malones are parents of 15-month-old Nora Rose, a precious red-headed toddler born with Trisomy 13. They will share the challenges and conquests they have experienced raising their daughter with  serious physical issues. Katie Malone is a speech therapist at Go Play Therapy Center in Fort Payne, and Jacob Malone is the pastor of Lathamville Baptist Church near Crossville and also works at Polymer Industries in Henagar.  

There will be an offering taken with proceeds going to support the work of the Women’s Care Center of Sav-A-Life, located in downtown Fort Payne. This non-profit agency offers free and confidential services in a loving environment to women, men, and families facing an unplanned pregnancy.  The site also operates a clothes closet for families in need of maternity and baby items.  Prenatal, parenting, and post-abortion classes for women and men are taught at the center.  This organization’s ultimate purpose is to affirm all life—both physically and spiritually—by sharing the love and truth of Jesus in word and deed.

For more information, contact the office at Women’s Care Center, 107 4th St. SW, Fort Payne, call (256)845-0838 or email

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