Becky soon realized she’d been hired to sell abortions rather than actually counseling women seeking them.
We are all not only included, but also needed in God’s plan.
Like so many others, Gwen learned that we may choose abortion but we cannot choose our consequences.
Her journey to self-acceptance and forgiving others sheds light on the value of every unborn life.
A pregnant teen may not be prepared to parent, but often she has a heart full of love for her child yet to be born.
Repentance is often misunderstood. It simply means to turn around–make a u-turn–from the way that led to the pain you’re in today, and turn toward God to help you.
Breaking the silence may be the hardest part of recovering a healthy spirituality after abortion.
Jesus sees our lack of internal personal leadership when we are without God’s guidance in our lives. He came to forgive and lead us all the way home.
Yes, adoption rescues children from abortion. But it’s crucial for adoptees to receive the unique support they need to overcome issues of abandonment and a heightened need for security.
Romans 5:8 says that we have infinite worth to God, even in our sin. How much more will our merciful Savior pour out his love to those who have been sinned against.