A pregnant teen may not be prepared to parent, but often she has a heart full of love for her child yet to be born.
Healing comes as we share our hearts.
Research shows the main influence on abortion decisions is the father of the child. But mothers and grandmothers play a key role too.
As we repent our part in the abortions in our past, we can grieve with hope, lay the guilt to rest, and tell a better story going forward.
Fear and ignorance often drive abortion. Recovery begins with grasping God’s unconditional love.
God’s light broke through and she became willing to admit she needed help.
What makes Courtney’s story unique is the way her husband helped point her to the healing path.
While the world says abortion empowers women, Proverbs 31:25, 28 pictures God giving women both strength and worth
Many young women choose abortion to save the family reputation, and it happens among pastors’ families too.
A tragedy is no less so simply because it’s a story shared by countless others. But that’s just where Donna’s story gets good.