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Jessica Slovensky

Serrin Foster: Feminists declare women deserve better than abortion

Cradle My Heart Radio | Serrin Foster airs April 3, 2016 Podcast playback. Listen now: Is it possible to be feminist and pro-life? For some the answer is “yes, but” only if you support abortion rights. Yet even as the question of pro-life feminism is still being pondered by the next generation of women leaders, abortion

Holy Week Monday – Jesus Clears the Temple

Holy Week Day 2 Jesus Clears the Temple After Jesus traveled from Jericho on Palm Sunday, he arrived in Jerusalem. There, he was angered by the corruption in the Temple at the hands of the money changers, saying, “The Scriptures declare, ‘My Temple will be a house of prayer,’ but you have turned it into

California pregnancy centers fight heavy fines for failing to promote abortion

Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute is not just fighting for pregnancy centers in California, but for free speech rights for the rest of us. The PJI press release on case says: “A federal court ruled late [in December, 2015] that a law

FAQ’s in Counseling after Abortion

Cradle My Heart Radio with Kim Ketola guest Jessica Slovensky

Cradle My Heart Radio | Jessica Slovensky interview airs January 10, 2016 Podcast playback. Listen now: Jessica Crolley Slovensky is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years experience in the mental health and addictions field. She also serves as Clinical Director with PATH, Post Abortion Treatment and Healing in Atlanta, GA. We’ll discuss some of

Counseling after abortion – what helps, what hurts

Cradle My Heart Radio with Kim Ketola guest Jessica Slovensky

Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes professional counselor Jessica Slovensky on November 9 [UPDATE: podcast posted 11-10-14] Professional counseling is an option that can have mixed results as a resource for those who have been hurt by abortion. The counseling profession via the American Psychological Association stated in their 2009 Executive Summary of the APA Task Force

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