Our Mission

The purpose of the Agape Pregnancy Center (APC) is to demonstrate the love of Christ by being an active promoter of the sanctity of human life. We show this love by offering physical, emotional, and spiritual support to individuals who are facing crisis pregnancy and abortion issues.

AnnMarie Gustke
Executive  Director

After graduating from college with a Bachelor Degree in Communications, AnnMarie has spent the past 20 years serving in multiple pregnancy centers across the country. She is passionate about pregnancy center ministry and has served in various roles from center director to volunteer.

She considers it an honor to serve as the Executive Director at APC and to serve the women and families of Brevard County.

Dr. Janie Geraci
  Medical Director

Dr. Janie Geraci has practiced medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology for 20 years. Her specialty is the ultrasound and she has a passion to use it for crisis pregnancy issues. We are privileged to have such a reputable doctor serving on our team.

Meg LaRue 
Nurse Manager

Meg has over 32 years of Labor & Deliver and Neonatal Intensive Care experience.  She was trained in limited obstetric sonography 6 years ago for the purpose of performing sonograms in crisis pregnancy centers.  She considers it an honor and a blessing to be serving in this ministry.

Debbie Mann
Executive Assisant

Debbie's years in the role of client advocate has been one of her passions. Helping clients in need is one of Debbie's greatest joy in ministry.  She loves to be actively involved with families.  Her degree is in Computer Programming and has owned her own business for the past 20 years.  Her tasks include: Marketing, Finance, Teaching, Counseling.  Her friendly and kind demeanor helps to put clients at ease.  We are thankful to have her as part of our team.

Kym Carr
Client Services Director

I grew up in South Africa and completed my nursing degree there.  When I graduated I never imagined that I would be in the USA 30 years later working in pro-life ministry.  For the last 14 years I have been involved with PRCs in Oregon.  Other opportunities have been volunteer advocacy, nurse sonography, start up of two pregnancy medical clinics, nurse management and staff training.  As I look back I see how each position prepared me for the next.  God has used these positions to make me more dependent on Him, for courage, guidance and wisdom, to do the things I have felt eminently unqualified to do.  I am so grateful that the Lord Jesus uses broken vessels as a part of His plan to reach mourners, captives, widows and orphans for Him.  As I begin this new chapter I look forward to the splendor of His glory being revealed (Isaiah 61:1-3).  There are many exciting plans in the works and I'm thrilled to be a part of them.

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