Planned Parenthood transformed into Pregnancy Center

When Planned Parenthood moved into Bettendorf, Iowa, offering abortions to the community,  fervent prayer warriors fasted and prayed for three weeks in a little trailer on property directly across from the abortion clinic. In 2002, Bettendorf welcomed its first pregnancy help medical clinic, the Women’s Choice Center. This clinic was built exactly where those women…

“I’d like to share something that I’ve never told anyone before.” How compassion and vulnerability can change the abortion conversation.

“I’d like to share something that I’ve never told anyone before.” Nearly every time I speak at a church, someone approaches me after the service with some variation of that statement, followed by the story of their abortion. After I shared on a recent Sunday morning, a woman old enough to be my grandmother stepped…

Hawaii Becomes the Sixth State to Legalize Assisted Suicide

Live Action News – Last week, Hawaiian Governor David Ige signed a bill legalizing assisted suicide, bucking nationwide trends. Last month, the “Our Care, Our Choice Act” passed the state House of Representatives with a 39-12 vote, and then passed the Senate with a vote of 23-2. “It is time for terminally ill, mentally competent Hawaii residents…

BREAKING: U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Pregnancy Centers Free Speech Case

Live Action News – On March 20, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments regarding California’s Reproductive FACT Act, also known as the “bully bill.” The law requires pregnancy centers, which offer life-affirming resources to women, to distribute the following: California has public programs that provide immediate free or low-cost access to comprehensive family planning services…

Washington Post Author Says She Would Have Aborted Her Children if Diagnosed with Down Syndrome

This article was originally published by Hope Resource Center and was written by Andrew Wood. The Washington Post published an article recently from an author that argued in favor of selective abortion when the baby in the womb is found to have Down syndrome. The author celebrates the Science that allows us to test earlier today for abnormalities….

Music Video for Eminem’s “River” Shows How Abortion Affects Men

Live Action News – Last December, rapper Eminem released a new album, “Revival.” The first single, titled “River,” has received heavy airplay on radios and is currently rising on the Billboard charts. But the song has gained notoriety because of its heavy subject matter: abortion. The lyrics not only discuss abortion, but show deep regret and pain, in…

Should Abortion Be Allowed for Rape or Incest?

This article was written by Sean McDowell The question of abortion in cases of rape is one of the most difficult and sensitive issues to address. The unborn is a human being with intrinsic value and worth, and yet the mother has been violated in the most profound way. Our hearts should be broken that…

“I Chose Life and God Changed Mine”: One Woman’s Story of Finding Unexpected Joy in an Unplanned Pregnancy

Seven years ago this fall, Lauren Urrea felt her world was crashing into a million pieces as she faced the undeniable, yet somehow unbelievable, reality that she was pregnant. For the first time in her life, Lauren found herself questioning—even if for a brief moment—her most foundational beliefs about God, family, career and most importantly,…

Hey Guys, Man Up — Abortion Is Your Issue Too

One of the most typical assertions in our culture today is that abortion is only a women’s issue and therefore men have no place in the discussion. This argument is a favorite among abortion advocates and is sometimes even adopted by people who identify themselves as pro-life. It is a simple assumption which frames a…

Do Pro-Lifers Care Too Much About Abortion?

A common charge that is brought against pro-life advocates is that they are too obsessed with abortion. In a way, it is an understandable reaction. The abortion issue is very uncomfortable for a lot of people, so it’s not surprising that most do not want to hear about it very often. The common feeling is…