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Check out our recent blog posts and press releases to stay up to date on our work, meet our partners, learn about the latest trends in social change and celebrate key milestones with us.

Save the Storks’ Statement on Vibes Family Night Cancellation

On Friday, August 26, 2022, just hours before the first pitch at the Vibes Baseball Family Night event in Colorado Springs, Save the Storks was informed by the Assistant General Manager of the Vibes that the team would no longer allow Save the Storks to sponsor and participate in the Family Night event. We have been transparent about these events every step of […]

Can I be a pro-choice Christian?

Misinformation about the effects of the overturning of Roe v. Wade has left many confused about whether they should support the pro-life movement. With pressures from society suggesting the only compassionate side is the pro-choice side, many Christians are being challenged in their beliefs. Can Christians support abortion? Can you be a pro-choice Christian? Although […]

Book Review: Unplanned by Abby Johnson

“My story is not a comfortable one to read. I think it’s only fair to warn you of that upfront. Not comfortable, but honest and true.” This is how Abby Johnson begins her book Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey Across the Life Line. And that is just what this […]

What is a Late-term Abortion?

What is considered a late-term abortion? Late-term abortion is an abortion performed during or after the second trimester (usually about 20 weeks) of the pregnancy. The gestational period during these late-term abortions coincides with the period in which the baby is considered to be viable, or able to survive outside of the womb. Late-term abortion is […]

Ruby Marie: The Story Behind This Stork Bus’ Name

Who is Ruby Marie? My grandmother was Ruby Marie Fried. The story that she told me goes like this…  In 1944, Ruby Marie had been married just a couple of years to my grandfather, John. They had gone up to the Northwest part of the country because he was training to be deployed during WWII […]

Book Review: Help Her Be Brave by Amy Ford

“If abortion became illegal today, the church would not be ready to help women with unplanned pregnancies practically, spiritually, and emotionally. It’s time to change that.” This is the call to action on the back cover of Amy Ford’s latest release, Help Her Be Brave: Discover your Place in the Pro-Life Movement.  With the recent overturning of […]

6 of the Best Pro-Life Books for Your Bookshelf

There is so much good information available within the pro-life movement from videos, presentations, social media posts, and of course books! We’ve compiled a list of six titles that we think will benefit any pro-life advocate. These books contain stories, information and resources to build your knowledge and inspire your faith as you seek to […]

Meet Our Dads On Staff this Father’s Day!

As we celebrate Father’s Day this June, get to know our awesome dads on staff here at Save the Storks! Jason  My name is Jason, and I’m a dad of 2 daughters, Isabelle and Keagan. I’ve been working at Save the Storks since 2017 and I have the privilege of consulting our Partner Program PRC […]

How Men Impact Choices for Abortion

All pregnancies require both a woman and a man’s active participation. So, it stands to reason that the same applies to the journey of seeking abortion or choosing life. In a debate that has been increasingly marked as solely a “women’s issue,” where does the man’s perspective land? How do men impact choices for abortion? If […]

5 Reasons to Become a Save the Storks Monthly Donor

If you’re wondering why you should become a Save the Storks monthly donor and how your support helps our efforts, you’ve come to the right place! Becoming a monthly donor at Save the Storks is a great way to PRO-actively support the pro-life movement! Here are five reasons why:  You help more women choose life!  […]

Motherhood and Mental Health

Being a mom isn’t for the faint of heart.  Motherhood and mental health is definitely something that needs to be talked about, but even I shied away from the topic. I remember the night I finally had a breakdown and realized I needed help. Sitting in my car in the garage, alone, just so that I […]

Longing for Motherhood: A Reflection by Diane Ferraro

This year I turned 55. I’m very content with my life and know how blessed I am with good health, friends since childhood, and a family that loves me unconditionally. Even though I lost my adoptive mom when I was eight years old, became a widow at age 44, and was nearly paralyzed in a […]