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Cradle My Heart Today | Ayesha’s story 1-5-18

When Ayesha was pregnant for the third time, abortion seemed the logical choice–for the third time. Listen now:

Ayesha Kreutz

After all, she told us, the father of her child was addicted and she was at times homeless.

But as bad as the situation got for her as a single mother, faith in God and her determination to do better saw her and her daughter through.

Today she is a married homeschooling mom, carrying the message that abortion is not the answer, but rather a driver of poverty and powerlessness in the black community.

She is also active in leadership of a conservative Christian organization.

As such she says, “I want women to know how precious they and their children are and for that their child deserves a chance at life.”

Many women believe as Ayesha did, that abortion is merely problem-solving. When the truth dawns, heartbreak may result. Some may become hard of heart, trapped in justifying their choices. Others get stuck in shame feeling hopeless and helpless to change what they have done.

The path to abortion recovery is to bring the past into to the light of God’s love and the community of faith.

Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. James 5:16

Listen to our interview with Ayesha here.

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