An unplanned pregnancy doesn’t mark an end to life, it marks the beginning of a hope-filled journey.
Hundreds affirmed the joy of children whose lives were neither planned nor perfect according to the world’s standards in advance of the March for Life this year.
The need for support is at the heart of most abortion decisions today. The great majority of women who abort say they can’t afford a baby
Elizabeth’s son, Thomas, was diagnosed with a fatal chromosomal disorder at 22 weeks in utero. Elizabeth said her doctors advised her to abort, as if her child were a cancer. But she refused.
Just a year ago, Janai’s world felt like it was coming to an end. After surviving date rape, she went from pursuing a promising education, to pregnancy and the prospect of being homeless.
Catherine Davis, community activist with a heart for black women and families, says public health statistics prove abortion disproportionately impacts black women.
Have you stopped to consider abortion as a civil rights issue? Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. asks, “What about the rights of each baby?”
We can win again even after sin, because God will faithfully continue to provide a way out. There’s a way out of self-condemnation. There’s a way out of doubt.
While she was yet to be born, Chris was marked for death by abortion. But as her mother sat for a moment in that hospital, an African-American janitor saw her crying and asked if she wanted to have this baby.
Ann was granted a prison interview with a notorious abortion doctor as he serves out his life sentence for several convictions of felony murder. But upon meeting Kermit Gosnell, she was surprised to be seated with neither a Plexiglas barrier nor a table to separate them. Even as Gosnell invaded her space and touched her …