Boothe’s passion impacted her daughter, Stephanie Miller. Miller attended her mom’s conferences and trainings throughout the years of her mom’s ministry with CPC, and she has volunteered at Hope Pregnancy Center, North. She has also participated in fundraising events and is always looking for ways to serve alongside Hope Pregnancy Center.
When Miller and her husband, Les, were members of Village Baptist Church, the church was just south of the original CPC. The center’s location is almost exactly across the street from the current Hope Pregnancy Center, South. Miller was a part of a group of women from Village Baptist who wanted to establish the first closet with baby items for the men and women facing unplanned pregnancies.
Miller notes the differences in the culture of CPC and the current HPCs, “It’s been modified to meet the culture of the day from CPC and HPC. Clients were more discrete while my mom was director. However, people can find centers more easily, and we can do sonograms now. We have more locations, and we are training leaders well. I think Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children (OBHC) ownership expands the ministry even more!”