We are compelled to help the world see life clearly, to stand and speak up on behalf of preborn human life, to provide care for women and men facing unexpected pregnancies, and to call for an end to abortion.
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What physical and psychological risks do women take when they have an abortion? The range of possible complications may surprise you. Roughly one million American women each year submit to abortion, making it one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures. But abortion is not without risk— to our bodies, our minds and our emotions: …
The rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) is making news as citizens discover the cancellation of their health insurance policies and the sometimes unaffordable cost of replacing them. Along with these headlines, there’s another topic that deserves attention: The expansion of abortion through ObamaCare. When the federal health-care law was debated before …
As one of the most controversial and culture-changing issues of our time, abortion affects all Americans – directly or indirectly.
If you or someone you know is facing an unplanned pregnancy, you should know that pregnancy resource centers are devoted to offering women alternatives to abortion, helping them make informed choices and providing a range of services to support them throughout their pregnancy and beyond.
What Christina Bennett learned about abortion – especially in the African American community – burdened her so greatly that she’s dedicated her life to fighting against it.
Even if you’ve already taken the abortion pill, it might not be too late to reverse the effects of a chemical abortion.
Many pastors are unwilling to engage the issue of abortion from the pulpit. The result is that these pastors abandon their congregations on this issue, leaving the narrative to be written by the world.
Author and speaker Patricia Layton describes how God has helped her find emotional and psychological healing after an abortion she had when she was younger, offering encouragement and hope to women who are struggling with similar pain. Pat also discusses her ministry to post-abortive women and dismantles the cultural lie that “abortion hurts no one.” …
Even now, nearly 40 years later, I still get sick when I remember what it felt like sitting in the waiting room while my friend had an abortion.