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.”
How are pastors and church leaders to address such hot-button issues as those of abortion and infanticide? We must remember that we operate within the truth, goodness and beauty of the Christian worldview.
The Bible is far from silent on the topic of the sanctity of human life, especially preborn life in the womb.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to help save the life of a preborn baby, but you don’t feel up to the task. I have good news for you: God doesn’t call the qualified; He qualifies the called.
Protecting life in the womb is not first and foremost a religious issue, or a political one. It is a question of justice and human rights.
Are you looking for ways to help your kids or teens understand the value of a human life? Get kid- and teen-friendly declarations.
Being pro-life is more than a bumper sticker or a picket sign. Being pro-life isn’t just about the words we say or the box we check on a ballot. Being pro-life is a way of life.
The sanctity of human life has long been a core tenet of Focus on the Family’s identity. We’ll have a team at the 2019 March for Life because we’re passionate about speaking up for vulnerable preborn babies and promoting a culture of life.