What Christina Bennett learned about abortion – especially in the African American community – burdened her so greatly that she’s dedicated her life to fighting against it.
As we look forward to even more “Alive” pro-life events in 2020, I can’t help but recall the powerful moments that took place in 2019.
Even if you’ve already taken the abortion pill, it might not be too late to reverse the effects of a chemical abortion.
Alive From New York was just the beginning. ALIVE 2020 is a multistate event designed to show the world that a preborn baby is fully human and worthy of protection.
After experiencing the loss of a child, there will always be someone you think deserves to grieve more than you do. There will always be someone you think deserves to grieve less. But one grief cannot be measured against another.
Unintentionally hurtful words said to those who are grieving the loss of a baby are more common than many of us realize. Yet we can reverse that trend.
Ron and Genie’s third pregnancy was something of a surprise, and they chose to recognize it as a blessing. But then the concerns started piling up, including markers for Down syndrome and significant heart defects.
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.
When my husband and I learned that our unborn baby would not survive outside the womb, we were devastated. Kevin and I held on to each other for dear life. We wept as one, we prayed as one and we clung to God’s Word as one.
The Bible is far from silent on the topic of the sanctity of human life, especially preborn life in the womb.