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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 […]

Abortion Pill Risks Every Woman Should Know

The abortion industry is rapidly switching to chemical abortion, also known as the abortion pill. While many women might think this is a safer, more convenient method than a surgical procedure, there are still significant abortion pill risks that aren’t often considered. Telemedicine is quickly growing (70% of doctors provided videoconferencing in 2020 compared to […]

With “The Matter Of Life,” Tracy Robinson Opens Up Pro-Life Conversation For All

What is the difference between being personally pro-life and actively pro-life? Sometimes a friend inviting you to a life-changing presentation. That’s what happened to Tracy Robinson, director and producer of the new documentary film The Matter of Life. Robinson, a Christian, knew she’d never have an abortion herself. She never wanted to enforce her belief […]

The 5 Most Dangerous Places to Live in the U.S.

Gun violence, gangs, and drugs make many cities on Forbes list the most dangerous places to live in the U.S. As a country, we have taken many measures to ensure that our fellow human beings are protected, through law enforcement and by investing millions of dollars in security. Crime and danger are still inevitable, though. These are […]

Abortion Pill Reversal: How Heartbeat International Is Saving Lives

The pill is now the most popular way for a woman to get an abortion. With the convenience and price of the pill, the abortion industry prioritizes suggesting it to those who want to terminate their pregnancies. The abortion rate has been dropping over the past 30 years, which is good news for the life […]

Seven Popular Questions from Abortion Advocates

Is Abortion Women’s Healthcare? Words matter, now more than ever. The definition of healthcare is: “efforts made to maintain or restore physical, mental, or emotional well-being especially by trained and licensed professionals.” The abortion industry claims that they are necessary for women’s health, but they make billions of dollars off of a woman’s “choice,” often without […]

Hey Church, Let’s Talk

The Church’s Role in After–Abortion Recovery  By Katie Doryland According to a national study from CareNet,  approximately 4 in 10 women who have terminated a pregnancy were churchgoers at the time of their abortion.  Additionally, in a study done by the Pew Research Center, “just 4 percent of sermons shared on U.S. church websites in the spring of […]

Abortion Risks You Might Not Know About

3 risk factors of a medical abortion according to an OB-GYN  By Katie Doryland  The National Abortion Federation claims that a medical abortion is “one of the safest” procedures a woman can obtain.   But Dr. Karysse Trandem, board-certified obstetrician and gynecologic surgeon, disagrees. She has spent years studying the research on abortion and found several common mental and physical health […]

How Do I Talk to My Pro-Choice Friends? 

3 ways to share your pro-life stance   By Natasha Smith  In a polarized culture where conversation is often replaced with shouting, how do we winsomely engage with people of different opinions?   We asked pro-life apologist and speaker Megan Almon how she would coach pro-lifers to converse with people who are pro-choice. Almon works with Life Training Institute where she speaks in churches, high […]

Will they kick me out?

From abortion to teaching post-abortive healing When Victoria Robinson was in her 20s she had an abortion.  That day at the clinic the doctor told her she wasn’t very far along, just 6-8 weeks, and her baby was a “clump of tissue” at that point. No harm, no foul. She says that no one at […]

What a Young Mother Chose When Abortion Seemed to Be Her Only Option

How God was with this homeless, unemployed, and lonely immigrant through the work of pro-life individuals in her community.  Homelessness, unemployment  and lack of support from family cause considerable stress for anyone who experiences any of those factors. Now imagine combining all of that and adding the potential of deportation to Venezuela during the peak […]

The Super Bowl and Women’s Empowerment 

Pressure to abort increases when women are objectified and victimized By Brittany Smith On Sunday night Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, led his team to a 31-20 victory in Super Bowl LIV. He also made history for his strong performance on the field as the youngest quarterback to win the Super Bowl MVP. But […]