Cradle My Heart Radio with Kim Ketola welcomes The Justice Foundation and Operation Outcry Sunday 4-21-13
[UPDATE: 4-22-13 podcast posted]
Did you know that millions of women regret the abortion decision because they feel they were treated unjustly?
Women say they were lied to by those who sold them the procedure. There was no full disclosure of the risks of complications, and women report outright deception regarding fetal development and when life begins. Women were denied a chance to see the ultrasound image of their unborn children. Others were betrayed by the loved ones who abandoned them to face the choice without support. Abortion is especially difficult for women who were threatened with violence by their partners or being evicted by parents if they didn’t agree to end the pregnancy.
And tragically, many are injured physically due to the fact that there is so little oversight of most abortion businesses.
Coming up Sunday we’ll meet members of the team from Operation Outcry, the ministry of The Justice Foundation to end the pain of abortion by exposing the truth about its devastating impact on women, men and families through prayer and with the testimonies of women and men who have suffered harm from abortion. OO is working to restore justice and to protect women, men, and children from the destruction that abortion causes.
Allan Parker is president of The Justice Foundation and serves as the lead legal counsel for Norma McCorvey, who was “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, and Sandra Cano, who was “Mary Doe” of Doe v. Bolton, in the legal effort to overturn their landmark Supreme Court rulings that brought legalized abortion on demand in America. He is co-host of the television program, Faces of Abortion. Mr. Parker is a former Professor of Law at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Texas. Prior to teaching, Mr. Parker was a trial lawyer. Mr. Parker received his J.D. degree with high honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 1979. He was an Associate Editor of the Texas Law Review, a Chancellor, Order of the Coif, and Order of Barristers for his outstanding advocacy skills. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Economics in 1974.
Sandra Cano was “Mary Doe” of 1973 Doe v. Bolton the Supreme Court ruling which made abortion legal for the health of the mother. The ruling overturned Georgia abortion law and found that a woman is allowed, in cases of health concerns, to abort a child even after viability (through birth). Sandra is now a Pro-Life Speaker and Activist who says she is “speaking out against abortion through education, ministry and love. Sandra started a ministry called Wonderfully Made Ministry, Inc. to be able to go forward and to get the truth out about Doe v. Bolton and the pain it causes the mothers and fathers when a child’s life is taken though abortion.”
Myra Myers is the North Texas State Leader for Operation Outcry. She has served as a volunteer and acting director of a pregnancy care center in Okinawa. She has been active with Christian women’s clubs in Texas, New Hampshire, Okinawa, Tokyo, and Seoul. Myra testified on behalf of the “Women’s Right To Know Bill” before the Texas Board of Health Committees. She also testified on behalf of the “Prenatal Protection Act” in a Texas Senate hearing and for a House “Ultrasound Bill”.
They will share their stories and provide direction on how you can seek justice if you too feel abortion represents an injustice done to you in the name of legal choice.