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.
“Pro-Life Hypocrisy” might be a term created to slander the pro-life movement, but even pro-life Christians can still be pro-life hypocrites.
A father’s prayer for potential dads who are considering or have been hurt by abortion.
Dr. Patti Giebink shares her inspirational story of how God changed her heart so that she stopped performing abortions and instead became a staunch advocate for the pro-life movement.
I DIDN’T WANT TO THINK ABOUT THE PAST — my time as a doctor with Planned Parenthood and my two failed marriages.
Being brave can feel uncomfortable, but you won’t regret it when facing an unexpected pregnancy.
There are Bible verses supporting the idea that life begins at conception, but do science and medicine line up with our faith-based claims?
Together as “Bodily Autonomy,” this term roughly means “self-governing one’s own body.” Hence, the pro-choice phrase, “My Body, My Choice.”
When discussing pro-life and pro-choice arguments, the words we use to express ourselves reflects more than we think.
The societal role of pro-life medical clinics has become increasingly vital after Roe V. Wade. Here’s how to join the movement.