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.
Only God could unite us in our grief, as he provides our joy, as women find our common hope in Jesus Christ after infant loss and abortion.
Elizabeth’s son, Thomas, was diagnosed with a fatal chromosomal disorder at 22 weeks in utero. The doctors advised her to abort, she says, as if her child were a cancer. But she refused.
Join Kim Ketola Thursdays on Faith Radio at 6:40 am CT. This week: the life and death of Jane Roe of RoevWade, and one family’s heartwrenching choice for life.