Serving young moms is an important part of being pro-life, and we as a community need to have a heart for them. I’ve learned that helping teen moms works so much better when we do it together.
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.
By age 21, Jamie Ivey felt like a fraud of a woman. Two babies lost, and she couldn’t tell anyone about them. Her unplanned pregnancies remained a secret that would continue to haunt her for years to come.
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.
One couple tells about the heartache of placing a child up for an adoption, drug addiction and co-dependency. Find out how God mercifully redeemed their marriage and family by rewriting their story.
When your daughter breaks the news that she’s pregnant, try not to overreact. Your initial response will have a significant impact on your future relationship.
What can you do to help guide your friend away from abortion and toward choosing life for her baby? More than you might think.
When your teenage daughter tell you she’s pregnant, you may feel a roller coaster of emotions. While this isn’t good news, it’s not the end of the world either.
If your son has had a sexual relationship from which a pregnancy has resulted, remember that he will probably be experiencing many of the same emotions as his girlfriend, including fear, guilt and ambivalence. In addition, he will feel considerable conflict and confusion over the role he should play.