A difficult diagnosis needn’t be a death sentence

Cradle My Heart Today | Feleica’s story 3-8-2018

Only 2% of baby girls with Turner syndrome survive to birth. And 76% will be aborted after the diagnosis.

Feleica Langdon

Feleica shared with us the razor-thin margin which allowed her to live.

But also the heartbreak of hearing her mom say she likely would have aborted had she known.

As a pro-life writer and advocate Feleica says that her condition before birth was not life-threatening. And that her pro-life passion is born of the fact that her own story makes her one of the ‘exceptions’–lives seen as expendable even by those who say they are pro-life.

Many are driven by compassion for women facing a difficult diagnosis, or the tragic circumstance of surviving rape or incest.

Yet, Feleica and the lives of so many others demonstrate clearly that it is possible to extend to women the deepest empathy possible while still protecting innocent unborn life.

And we can all do our part to welcome children who may not fit a typical diagnosis.

I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live. Deuteronomy 30:19

Listen to our conversation with Feleica here.

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