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“Now she’s taking on another cause: expanding the state’s Safe Haven law. The current legislation states that a mother may place her child in an emergency room, police station or fire department, provided the baby is unharmed and under one month old, without being arrested or prosecuted. Yet babies are still being dumped in unsafe places, so Znachko is proposing a “baby drop,” where mothers can anonymously leave their infants knowing that officials will immediately be alerted.” (2015)
A small ‘yes’ changed her life forever. Hear one woman’s story of how an evening news report of an abandoned baby that was found deceased in a dumpster led her to provide a proper burial for this tiny, lost child. Her experience would lead her to found a ministry which gives children a name in life and dignity and honor in death. You’re invited to hear stories of reaching the marginalized and hurting when you tune in to In the Market with Janet Parshall
Five years later, He Knows Your Name has grown into something Znachko never imagined. Her organization has assisted about 20 families with funeral expenses. In six instances, including for Zachary, Znachko has gone as far as taking legal custody of a child’s remains and giving it a burial — “adopting in death,” as she calls it. (2015)
Znachko, who was alone in her first call to the morgue a few years ago, considers that a victory for compassion. “It is so evident to me,” she said, “that after five years of doing this that God is absolutely changing the city of Indianapolis.”
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