Abortion is an isolating experience. Secrecy often leads to shame and silence.
Parents of pregnant teens often fear a loss of reputation or financial failure. But, at the heart of Maya’s story was the hero, her mother.
We all make mistakes, but we can rejoice as God provides grace and redemption, leading to hope.
A daddy deficit often drives young women into abortion. Here’s how Kimberly found hope.
God’s word tells us that he binds up the brokenhearted, and this is true even after abortion.
An unintended pregnancy often brings relationship weaknesses to the surface. This can be an opportunity for growth and drawing closer, or it can serve as a wedge, dividing and destroying trust.
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.