Lifespring


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Life´spring`

    (līf´sprĭng`)
n.1.Spring or source of life.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The LifeSpring Church, based on Clifton Street in Wolverhampton, is putting on a worship night event at the church on Friday, August 16.
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Among the local nonprofits that have benefitted from the store's philanthropy are Lifespring Community, Crossroads Community and Calvary churches, 360 Youth Services and the Women's Crisis Center, Case said.
LifeSpring Health Systems' Austin Medical Center was one of the new facilities that grew out of the community partnerships forged in response to the HIV outbreak.
Incorporating nutrition into the fold, Susan's Healthy Gourmet, Xan Confections and LifeSpring Nutrition headquartered in Irvine, is stepping onboard as well.
Now, the country's poor pregnant women can give birth in Lifespring hospitals, which focus on low-income families, with comparable quality to expensive private ones.
Tricia Morente, Head of Strategy and Marketing at LifeSpring; andMr.
Lifespring Hospital is a joint venture between Acumen Fund and the Government of India to bring quality, affordable maternal health care to low-income women.
Clinard Construction recently broke ground on a $2.2 million facility for Lifespring Women's Healthcare in Bentonville.
Another mental health agency that has found ways to invite the community in is LifeSpring, Inc., in Jeffersonville, Indiana, whose headquarters houses a local history museum that serves as the starting point for walking tours of the city (See page 43).