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.
According to the Bible, life is more than just potential, and it is valuable from the moment of conception.
The inclusion of people with disabilities in our churches isn’t merely a pro-life issue. It is also a Biblical one.
Through my tears, I only nodded to affirm my parents’ suspicions— their child, their little girl, was pegnant.
With the alarming numbers of African American women choosing abortion, how do we, as pregnancy centers, reach the African American community?
I believe social media is indeed a good thing at its core, but these communication streams are lined with ugliness and hostility. This begs the question, in a world of constant blaring messages, how can we actually influence people without hurting them in the process?
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 …
There are millions of reasons why a woman may be considering abortion. All of these millions of reasons boil down to one single root cause— Fear!
The church can play a powerful role in saving lives. The church can be one of the first places a girl runs to when she finds out she has an unplanned pregnancy, instead of the last because of shame and guilt.
In an honest and heartfelt interview, Greg Smalley, Vice President of Marriage at Focus on the Family, opens up about what it’s like to be a post-abortive father. Raised in a Christian home, under the leadership of a prominent Christian minister, Greg Smalley understood that his life choices would affect more lives than his own. …