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3 Ways the Church Can Respond To Roe

CHURCH – this is your time to shine! The issue of abortion is not going to go away if Roe v. Wade is overturned.  There will still be a great need for you to stand for life by caring for women in unplanned pregnancies.  “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the […]

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 […]

The Church, Pro-Life and Abortion 

How do we create a more pro-life church culture?  By Katie Doryland  When it comes to the issue of abortion, one would expect the church to have the loudest pro-life voice. Unfortunately, too many churches feel that pro-life discussions will produce a negative response from their congregation.   With such a strong biblical view on the sanctity of life, what is holding pastors back […]

How My Church Family Showed Me Grace When All I Felt Was Shame

This true story was submitted to us by Kayley S.  My story is one of loss, God’s grace and the gift of a beautiful baby boy. May of 2016 was a month of incredible loss for me. My younger brother collapsed and 17 hours later passed away unexpectedly, at the age of 21, at his […]

Newsflash, Pregnancy is Never a Sin

This piece is reprinted with permission from Chad Ashby’s blog “After + Math.” There is a glaring hole in our fight against abortion. It is found in our churches among the quiet pre-service whispers as she walks by. It is heard at Sunday dinner as her name bounces back and forth across the table among interjections […]

Five Ways to Empower Your Church to Adopt

“It is beautiful, but hard.” This was the overture common to all three of the families I talked with last week. Each one had a very different story, but all three had adopted. Wayne and Bethany brought Ivy home from the hospital. Ivy’s birth mom specifically chose them to be the parents of her baby. […]