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Pro-life commentary on this week's news

Kim Ketola

Kim Ketola’s commentary on life issues in the news on Dr. Bill Maier Live July 28 Every Thursday morning at 6:30 CT I guest on Dr. Bill Maier Live to comment on some of the top stories. Today: the problem with “personally pro-life” politicians privatizing abortion research charges dropped against Planned Parenthood whistleblower David Daleiden

SCOTUS Hellerstedt ruling an anti-woman affront to common sense

Bruce Hausknecht, J. D.

Focus on the Family’s legal expert on Cradle My Heart Radio week of July 31 It’s been a month since the Supreme Court ruled that legislation duly passed by the State of Texas was unconstitutional. But what really happened when SCOTUS threw out Texas abortion safety standards? Focus on the Family issued this statement from judicial analyst

The Pro-Life Pastor's Initiative

Michael C. Sherrard

Illuminating abortion from the pulpit on Cradle My Heart Radio week of July 24 In the beginning of healing my grief after abortion, God broke in to assure me that my child in heaven is safe in the Savior’s arms. But it took a long time before I was able to hear a pastor’s voice affirm that knowledge with a

Risking women's health with flawed abortion mental health research

Dr. Theresa Burke

Dr. Theresa Burke on Cradle My Heart Radio week of July 10 and July 17 [Updated 10:50 am] Abortion is the intentional taking of an innocent human life. Therefore it is morally wrong. As a result, those who participate will experience a range of emotional reactions including guilt and grief as with any death, and some will experience

How an atheist abortionist, an addict and a grieving woman all became pro-life

Lisa Kratz Thomas

Turning adversity to advantage on Cradle My Heart Radio week of June 26 Lisa Thomas and Kathy Gray come from different backgrounds–one grew up Catholic and the other Protestant. One had parents engaged in ministry and the other spiraled into prostitution and prison. Yet both have found the common ground of redemption after following their very different

Perfectionism traps women before and after abortion choice

Lauren Roman featured on Cradle My Heart Radio week of June 19 Lauren Roman’s story resonates with so many young women who chose abortion as problem-solving, only to find life issues compounded in the aftermath. Her pregnancy at age 19 threatened her education and future acting career so she went along with a plan that she knew in

After abortion the gospel our hope

Camille Cates

Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Camille Cates on June 12, 2016 Camille Cates is a pastor’s wife and youth ministry leader now serving as Youth Director of Healing Hearts Ministries International. Camille has overcome the fatal mistakes she made in teen relationships so that she is now sharing wisdom with young women on how to

Ultrasound fun in the news this week

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Prolife stories in the news on Cradle My Heart Radio week of June 12 Ultrasound continues to tell the story of the reality of life before birth. Two stories this week illustrate the joy of connecting with children in the womb. Patricia Heaton’s screen grab of LEGO’s Instagram birth announcement for the new baby minifigure is so endearing: And

Former leftist lesbian Syracuse professor on why abortion fails women

Rosaria Butterfield

Rosaria Butterfield featured on Cradle My Heart Radio week of June 12 Rosaria Butterfield was a self-described leftist lesbian professor who despised Christians. Her very high profile conversion is recounted in her video My Train Wreck Conversion and her book Secret Confessions of an Unlikely Convert. It’s no surprise she believed with all of her heart that women

Welcoming unwed mothers to church

Amy Ford

Join us this week for Embrace Grace featured on Cradle My Heart Radio week of June 5 Most churches that advance a pro-life worldview may inadvertently be driving away the very people most in need of that message: unwed and pregnant girls and women. And according to cbn.com there are 13 million of these women across the US,

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