Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Sheila Harper the week of June 21, 2015 Podcast spotlight 3-28-17 Listen now: Having Christian faith is no guarantee that you won’t ever choose abortion. But acting against your own beliefs can make recovery that much more challenging. Sheila Harper knows this firsthand. Although she had a difficult early childhood, including …
Many women who were Christian when they chose abortion suffer unduly, feeling they should have known better. But God is faithful even if we are not.
After any great loss, music plays a unique role in the healing process, reaching into our hearts and minds to renew and transform us from within.
Pro-life nurses walk a thin white line daily, protecting their patients from the encroaching cultural devaluing of life. Abortion sanctuary cities bring that line into even brighter focus.
For every young woman or teen who trusted the wrong guy, whose choice was irrevocably denied, whose trauma was relived in the worst ways possible, and who’s found or still seeks the limitless mercy and love of God in Jesus Christ.
I was carrying a healthy baby, and I was done fooling myself into thinking that I was not capable of giving my child a breath of life.
Catherine Davis, community activist with a heart for black women and families, says public health statistics prove abortion disproportionately impacts black women.
Join Kim Ketola Thursdays on Faith Radio at 6:40 am CT. This week: the life and death of Jane Roe of RoevWade, and one family’s heartwrenching choice for life.
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.
Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Walter Hoye, February 26, 2017. Hoye, an African American pro-life advocate says, “Black history is one big personhood movement. Abortion takes us back to, ‘Not everyone is a person.'”