Colleen’s Story–Abortion, Parenting, Adoption

Cradle My Heart Radio | Colleen Tronson interview airs 2-10-2013

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Colleen Tronson

Coming up this Sunday night February 10, we’ll meet Colleen Tronson, a woman who not only has had multiple abortions but who’s also chosen to give birth and parent, as well as later giving birth and releasing a child for adoption.

Her unique perspective helps us understand every need of the heart when it comes to unintended pregnancy.

And her story helps illustrate the redemption and hope she has found as God has led her to help other women and couples choose life through her work at a local pregnancy help center.

Colleen’s story was recently featured on television news when she attended a local march for life event in Minnesota carrying a sign expressing regret over abortion.

The comments posted below the article demonstrate a range of attitudes from contempt to admiration toward a woman who has aborted–and even one who repents that decision and works to prevent others from making the same fatal mistake.

Many want abortion to be a uniform experience for all women.

Or they want the majority reaction to be the norm.

But abortion has impacted millions of women of my generation—and getting the facts is made difficult by: 1.) the lack of government oversight, and 2.) most research being funded by abortion advocates or abortion-friendly organizations. For example, according to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, most women who choose abortion will do so more than once or as they put it, “the majority of abortions are repeat procedures.” Pro-abortion rights publication Ms. reports an unattributed 26% repeat rate as a way to “prove” the majority of women who choose abortion are not using it as birth control. These dueling statistics by supporters of abortion-on-demand raise the question–if there’s nothing wrong with it, why does it matter how many times a woman chooses abortion?

But regardless of the scope of the problem, the numbers never tell the full story.

How will you react?

In listening to Colleen’s story, I hope you’ll find healing, if you have had one abortion or many.

I hope you’ll hear God’s love and mercy to forgive and to redeem.

Cradle My Heart Radio tackles the tough topic of multiple abortions  and true choice

Sunday February 10–check listings or link to listen online. Join us and be heard.

Kim Ketola


  1. Reply

    Iorshagher Solomon Atser

    January 3, 2017

    Multiple stories of post abortion experience will no doubt encouraged counselors, Pro-life members and other categories of people who are also for life. They can also helps in creating awareness to young women and even married women who commit abortion because my findings from internally displaced persons camps shows that most of them who get pregnant end up commiting abortion because they claimed, they are in difficult conditions that they cannot raised a child. I had this experience during my field work in of of the camps. May God help us to spread rhw gospel and good news of avoiding abortion.

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      Kim Ketola

      January 4, 2017

      So grateful for your support. God bless you and thanks for listening!



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