When we teach our children to be pro-life, we teach them to be pro-all life. Pro-love values and protects the full gamut of all human life.
“Actions speak louder than words.” There are dangers in being idle when being a part of the Pro-Life Movement.
With the alarming numbers of African American women choosing abortion, how do we, as pregnancy centers, reach the African American community?
Misplaced compassion can be as dangerous as outright antagonism. Let’s break down a few of the myths and misconceptions surrounding this delicate topic of abortion after rape.
As a Christian man in my early 20’s who is married to the woman of my dreams, I predict that I will never be in a position where I will have to make an abortion decision. Does this discredit my ability to determine if abortion is detrimental to society?
Sometimes, people choose abortion even when you’ve done all you can to help them choose otherwise. Loving that person, the one who chooses what you know isn’t good for them, can be hard. “We love because HE first loved us” – 1 John 4:19 A few months ago, I connected with “Julie”, a woman that …
If there was one vastly underestimated resident at The Manor, it was Will, the doctor with Down syndrome.
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.
I came to recognize that the innocent victim in an abortion was the baby. Being unwanted was no longer enough justification for me to take the life of a child.
Hundreds of thousands will gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 24 for the 2020 March for Life. This year’s theme is “Life Empowers: Pro-Life is Pro-Woman.”