Research affirms men have the most impact and influence on a woman’s decision for abortion. But they sadly may fail to realize it until it’s way too late.
Walter Hoye says, “Black history is one big personhood movement–a fight to be recognized as persons, to say that freedoms apply to us as well. Abortion takes us back to, ‘Not everyone is a person.’”
Heroic efforts are scaled to save premature babies-the same age when we’re arguing to keep it legal to abort them. That fight is doubly hurtful to the parents who must say goodbye too soon.
We sincerely apologize for the delay in presenting our conversation with Willi Pederson on Feb. 11. Her important story is now scheduling to air in April. Please check back for the exact date and time.
Inspired by James 4:17, John felt led by God to warn others of the sinfulness of abortion and comfort those who have suffered from its many losses.
Amanda is a vocal pro-life advocate, and to find herself in the very circumstance used to justify legal abortion after 20 weeks was ironic to say the least.
Pastor Eric Eichinger joins us to discuss the question of the eternal lives of children who die before birth from a theological point as well as from a pastor’s heart.
Land that once housed an abortion business, will soon be serving as a memorial to the children lost to abortion, the first memorial of its kind in Toledo
In Oklahoma two women found common ground beyond our pre-conceived perceptions of the labeling on all sides.
Just how abortion affects men is something of an open question since very little research has been done. Kevin Burke offers concrete steps men can take toward abortion recovery.