Lindsay Christensen and Laurie Haynes, both of whom serve in leadership roles at pregnancy resource centers, share powerful stories from their ministry to post-abortive women and men, offering encouragement and hope to listeners who may be struggling with the emotional anguish of a past abortion.
When it comes to supporting a birth mother, there is not an “easy” option. Both parenting and adoption come with grief and loss.
Through my tears, I only nodded to affirm my parents’ suspicions— their child, their little girl, was pregnant.
Rebekah Buell Hagan shares her powerful story of pursuing a chemically-induced abortion and then experiencing a change of heart which led to saving her baby’s life. Dr. Bill Lile, a pro-life OB/GYN, explains how the abortion pill works, how its effects may be reversed, and how this option is being provided to women and teen …
From ex-abortion clinic workers to abortion survivors, we’re broadcasting their stories in a digital premiere event — See Life 2020.
God will even use your abortion healing for His glory and your good. The creator of the universe only requires a willing and submitted heart.
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?
It’s a common misconception that those who choose adoption don’t “want” their babies. For most birth mothers, this is far from true.
Abby Johnson, Annette Lancaster, and Sue Thayer offer a behind-the-scenes look at the abortion industry as they describe their past work for Planned Parenthood wherein they initially believed they were helping women in need, but later experienced a radical transformation of their perspective which led them to become the passionate pro-life advocates they are today. …