Romans 5:8 says that we have infinite worth to God, even in our sin. How much more will our merciful Savior pour out his love to those who have been sinned against.
Recovery after abortion and the pain it brings is possible. You can be made new. God may even grant you a new purpose as your joyful spirit grows.
Nina draws a clear line between the strength she found as a special sort of parent back then and the special needs of the children she is raising and advocating for now.
The concept of grace includes the idea of receiving a gift we do not deserve; just as mercy means not receiving a punishment due. God in Jesus Christ offers us both in the midst of an unintended pregnancy.
The path to abortion recovery brings the past into to the light of God’s love and the community of faith.
Little Emma’s longevity as an embryo inspires us to think about the infinite worth of each life, even at the earliest stages of development.
You may find like Paula that, with God’s healing love, the seeds of ministry were sown in the sorrow and shame of abortion.
Her father constantly said Wendy was unwanted, creating an ongoing sense of loss, and leaving her vulnerable to abortion.
Though many doctors would advise abortion in cases of anencephaly, Chaeli says she wouldn’t trade a moment of James’ life and the chance to meet him, love him, and say goodbye.
Meeting her birthmother created in Faith the peace that knowing the truth often brings.