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In a morally-depraved, sex-positive culture with increasingly negative views of biblical
virtues, Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. stands as a force, pushing back
against the loud chorus of voices advocating for sexual experimentation, promiscuity and
fluidity.

EEW’s spiritual approach to abstinence has practical benefits in that, it helps reduce
unwanted teen pregnancies and the HIV/AIDS epidemic—both which disproportionately
affect the African-American community.
EEW Provides:

  • Free Abstinence Resources
  • Books
  • Blog (TheNewAlist.com)
  • Live Events
  • Workshops/Seminars/Keynotes
HIV/AIDS
TEEN PREGNANCY

According to statistics from the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, African-Americans account
for 45% of HIV diagnoses, though they comprise
12% of the US population.

In 2014, almost 250,000 babies were born to
women aged 15–19 years. Rates are declining, but
a disparity exists with larger numbers of African-
Americans giving birth as teenagers. (Source: CDC)
A definitive 2-part report released by the National Abstinence Education Association (NAEA) says the abstinence-centered approach,
also known as the Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) approach to teen sexuality is being “supported by parents” and is a message that “more
and more teens are adopting in their own lives."

Download the full report
here.