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Part Trucker, Part Baby Rescuer — My Life as a Stork Driver

Part trucker. Part baby rescuer. That’s how I fancy myself—an unfettered hombre on the open road, hauling a whole heap of culture of life from one town to the next, en route to a destiny of hope. Over the last seven months I have driven well over 10,000 miles across 19 states showing Storks mobile […]

We Called 100 Planned Parenthood’s–Here’s What We Found Out…

Despite being an organization that champions “choice,” we had a hunch that Planned Parenthood doesn’t actually care about choices for women. So we made some calls. We’ve contacted nearly one hundred Planned Parenthood affiliates so far, asking a simple question: Do you offer ultrasound? If they answered yes, we ask how much it costs. Each clinic […]

When a Woman Is Pressured Into Abortion, It Is Not a Choice At All

Last week, a young girl name Samantha* came into the center looking to confirm her pregnancy. She was still in high school and had been driven to the center by her grandmother, who, I quickly noticed, was doing all the talking. Samantha sat back quietly as her grandmother asked questions about abortion. It was as […]

This Christian University is Changing the Pro-Life Movement with Their Storks Mobile Medical Unit

Live Action News — Oklahoma Wesleyan University is an unapologetically pro-life institution. It’s already garnered national attention for its pro-life certificate program, in which students can take transferable college credit courses and earn a certificate in applied bioethics. Now the Christian school is taking its commitment to life even further by acquiring a Save the Storks mobile […]

What Nobody Told Me About My Abortion

The following story comes from First Option Care in Thomasville, GA. From the window of the Stork Bus, I could see a young woman walking towards me with coffee in hand and a look of worry and uncertainty on her face. She introduced herself as Stephanie and immediately asked me if I could give her […]