Denise: A Pro-Life Working Mom

As a working mom and attorney fighting for life, my children’s faces are a poignant reminder of why I and countless others have spent decades working to save the lives of the unborn and uplift mothers. Recently, I had the privilege of attending the Federalist Society’s annual conference with my 2-year-old daughter. While stunning on […]

Michael Kolbe Stork Bus

Save the Storks Stork Bus is perhaps the most unique part of our pro-life ministry. With every Stork Bus individually named, each one has a unique story of HOPE and LIFE. Here are the stories of two different lives that inspired the naming of our “Michael Kolbe” Stork Bus. When Eric Kniffin and his law […]

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 […]

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 […]

Save the Storks responds to the Roe v Wade leaked draft

Now more than ever, Save the Storks is committed to its mission of creating a story of hope and empowerment for every woman facing an unintended pregnancy. Today, join us in praying for women who may be feeling pressured to rush into an abortion. Pray for all the Stork Buses parked outside of abortion clinics – pray for their safety and […]

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 […]

Women Helping Women: 8 Powerful Pro-Life Leaders

Women’s History Month is a special time to celebrate the spirit of resilience, compassion and determination that defines what it means to be a woman. And to honor and celebrate the accomplishments and challenges that women have faced and overcome for centuries. The trailblazers, the pioneers, the leaders, and the innovators. One of the greatest […]

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 […]

Giving Tuesday 2021: Save Lives and Reach the Hearts of Women

Save the Storks is Raising Funds for the Life-Saving Work of Pregnancy Centers   Every day women across the United States are faced with difficult decisions when facing an unplanned pregnancy. In fact, 79 percent of women who have ended a pregnancy say they were not sufficiently informed about their options beforehand.  But there is hope. Pregnancy centers offer resources, education and support to women and men. With your help this […]

Delivery Day: Notes from the Road

The story of a west coast Stork Bus   By Brittany Smith  On Tustin Street in Orange, Calif., sits a two-story Planned Parenthood. The brick structure is just a few miles from Interstate 5, what locals call “The 5,” or “the Orange Crush” — one of Southern California’s busiest highways. I know this location because I drove by it multiple […]