After abortion, bringing beauty to the world is one of the most healing ways to honor the memory of our children, while sharing comfort for others who also grieve.
The vision is not just reducing the number of abortions–but completely abolishing abortion in our lifetime.
Relationship pressures causes many women to act against their own beliefs and values when they agree to abortion.
The world has agreed with the assertion that abortion is a cure for poverty. But this is in direct conflict with God’s word.
Unplanned pregnancy often drives women to abortion. In cases where parenting is just not possible, adoption brings life to everyone involved. And makes women mothers born of the heart.
Christina was marked for death by abortion. But as her mother sat for a moment in that hospital, an African-American janitor saw her crying and asked if she wanted to have this baby.
A daddy deficit often drives young women into abortion. Here’s how Kimberly found hope.
Even as we grieve child loss through miscarriage and abortion, we can rejoice that Jesus loves the little children.
God’s word tells us that he binds up the brokenhearted, and this is true even after abortion.
Many believe women gain equality with men through abortion rights. Such a view actually diminishes the great dignity and worth God gives women through motherhood and childbearing.