After a childhood filled with pain, including an abortion, I have spent the last decade praying for and supporting expectant parents. And in all those years, one story in particular stands out as an example of what happens when we say a courageous “yes” to life.
The miracle and mystery of life was on full display in Times Square as Focus on the Family organized the largest pro-life event in New York City’s history. Thanks to the wonder of modern ultrasound technology, the thousands who gathered on a Saturday afternoon in May were able to see preborn life clearly as they …
Whenever abortion issues make national news, some people rejoice and others are angry, depending on the outcome. But for those of us who have lost a child to abortion, just the mere mention of the word can trigger all sorts of emotions.
On May 4, 2019, our 4D ultrasound footage will enable people in Times Square to #SeeLifeClearly and to consider the undeniable scientific evidence that a baby in the womb is fully human, fully alive and fully worthy of protection.
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.
An abortion is now legal at any point in some states if the baby is not considered viable. But what does “viable‚” mean, and who’s in charge of defining the term?
Women aren’t alone in dealing with the guilt and grief that follows an abortion.
Melissa Ohden was 14 when she discovered she was the survivor of a botched abortion. Learning the truth was a horrific, live-changing experience, but today Melissa appreciates who God made her to be – survivor and all.
Financial questions are often a leading concern for women facing an unplanned pregnancy, but a woman’s decision to carry her baby to term is rarely determined solely by her economic situation.
Whether it’s parents concerned about the family’s reputation, a married man who’s having an affair or an uncommitted boyfriend, all have an interest in making the “problem‚” of an unplanned pregnancy go away.