In mid 2012, I was dating a girl (Jennifer, not her real name) for about two months and we were involved sexually. We broke up because my parents found out I was dating a non-Christian. About two months later we began to talk again and ended up having sex. I felt guilty for it, so I told her we need to stop completely. We stopped talking for about two months, until I got a phone call from her saying she was pregnant with my baby. It was through this, that God opened my eyes to show me who I really was. I was living in sin and my lifestyle showed I wasn't a Christian. Throughout the first week, God showed me my sin and was finally convicting me of it. It was the next Sunday, after God spoke to me through a powerful message, that I surrendered my life to Him. Now, I am in a difficult situation. I am now a Christian and I know she is not. Abortion is not an option for either of us. Her plan is to keep the baby and raise the child. It would help if I give a little background information on her family situation. Her mom and dad are divorced. Her mom has been in jail and used drugs in the past (I don't know if she currently uses drugs). Her mom also has male "friends" over quite a bit. They appear to be drug addicts as well. Her dad has a girlfriend that he has been living with for quite some time. Jennifer's plan is to move out of her dads home and move in with her mom throughout her pregnancy. She then wants to get her own apartment with her lesbian sister. She is also working at a retail store with very little hours and not very high pay. She has told me she is looking for a better job, but I don't know what stores will hire someone who is already expecting. Jennifer is only 21 and has only completed a few semesters of college, but it has been a while since she has taken classes. She believes she would be able to complete that eventually down the road. My biggest concern is that she is not ready to be a mother and I am concerned of the influences of her parents and her sister. I don't know if I want my son to be raised in that type of environment. If she plans to keep it, I would like to be there for my son and help out. But it is difficult since we are no longer together. I have talked to my parents and the elders at my church about everything as well. They gave me advice and said to consider adoption. It was something I hadn't thought of too much, but the more I considered it, God gave me peace about it. I have talked to Jennifer and her dad about adoption. She isn't sure if she could give up her child like that. I had dinner with her dad and he suggested that I marry her. I told him that what I had done was wrong, but I couldn't marry her because the Bible says to not be unequally yoked with an unbeliever. He believes that we should keep the baby. Many of Jennifer's friends and family are excited for her. This is making it difficult in helping her see the practical side of this. I believe that putting my son up for adoption would give the child a home where there isn't a broken family relationship. I don't want my child to grow up with a confused sense of morals. What do you think? Any advice?