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You can still help us meet our $4 million goal to rescue babies!

Save babies from abortion and support SEE LIFE 2020!

Give to Save a Life!

Yes, I’ll help save babies from abortion!

You can still help us meet our $4 million goal to rescue babies!

Save babies from abortion and support SEE LIFE 2020!

Give to Save a Life!

Yes, I’ll help save babies from abortion!

Leah Outten

Leah Outten

Leah Outten works and volunteers in the adoption and pro-life community through her writing, speaking and mentoring. She works with Arrow + Root to educate adoptive parents, along with helping the pro-life community better navigate the issues surrounding adoption today. Leah lives in the Carolinas with her husband and five children, and still maintains an open adoption relationship with her birth daughter and the adoptive parents she chose when she was 16 years old. Learn more about Leah and adoption education at Woven-Together.com.

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When Two Lines Are Pink: How Parents Can Support Their Pregnant Child.

Through my tears, I only nodded to affirm my parents’ suspicions— their child, their little girl, was pegnant.

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Adoption Triad: What is it and why should we care?

It goes beyond the adoptive family unit. Adoptees and birth parents also live this lifelong journey of adoption.

A birth mother still visits her child after adoption.

My Adoption Story is My Testimony

It’s a common misconception that those who choose adoption don’t “want” their babies. For most birth mothers, this is far from true.

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A Father’s Voice In Unplanned Pregnancy

Father’s play a key role in parenting a child, but many aren’t empowered to do so after an unplanned pregnancy.

What a Birth Mom Needs for Mother’s Day Weekend

Fifteen years ago, I celebrated my first Mother’s Day, but it looked a bit different than others. It wasn’t filled with my baby smiling up at me, flowers, or a handmade craft. I was a first-time mother in one way, but also not. I chose life for her. I …

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Supporting Birth Mothers During The Coronavirus

Viruses like COVID-19 don’t stop babies from needing to be born into the world right now.

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The Adoption Option: Birth Mothers Need Your Support

We can’t simply encourage an expectant mother to “choose life” and then leave her alone to figure it out. We must follow up and follow through.

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