Entries for June, 2006

Discussion on women in the church

I am in the middle of a big project with a deadline. Know that I am reading all your comments and plan to respond to them all, but I won’t be able to get that until tomorrow afternoon. Keep writing. Additionally, I’ve received several emails and will post them tomorrow. I’m glad for this discussion, […]

New Stanek column on WND: “Stained-glass ceiling”

Those who don’t know me may be surprised to learn I believe the Bible frees women to serve in church leadership just as men, provided they are gifted by the Holy Spirit and willing. Those who know me know this is a passion of mine second only to my passion to stop abortion. In fact, […]

Whereabouts

I’m attending the National Right to Life Convention in Nashville, Tennesee, until June 25!

Listen to new pro-life show on Salem’s AM 1160, WYLL, Chicago

Beginning this Saturday, June 17, at 4:30 p.m. CST, I will host a new, half-hour pro-life radio show called Pro-Life Pulse on Salem Broadcasting’s WYLL, 1160 AM, in Chicago. The show can be heard life via the Internet and will cover current events through news coverage, interviews, and commentary. Tune in! The major sponsor of […]

Consequences of Santorum loss

I posted all comments received via email regarding my column, “Quit De Wining about the Santorum Spectercle,” on my blog post yesterday. Most were negative, and most swirled around the same general themes. My boiled down response is this: I agree Rick Santorum and the GOP will learn a lesson if Santorum loses, particularly over […]

New Stanek column on WND: “Quit De Wining about the Santorum Spectercle”

A few weeks ago, I sent an e-mail to my list, encouraging Pennsylvania pro-lifers to support Republican Rick Santorum in his rebid for the U.S. Senate against Democrat Bob Casey. Both are pro-life, but because Santorum and the White House supported pro-abortion incumbent Arlen Specter in the 2004 Republican primary against pro-lifer Pat Toomey, pro-lifers […]

  
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by Kelli

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The thing of it is, gentlemen: You do have a story to tell. You didn’t make the final decision, but we know that in the overwhelming majority of cases, you were intimately involved in the conversations that led up to it.

You were most likely the one who drove her to the clinic, and drove her home again. And the choice not to become a father, right at that particular moment, has had a major impact on every day of your life and every major decision you’ve made ever since.

Think about it. How would your life be different today if she hadn’t chosen abortion? Would you be co-parenting with a woman you knew wasn’t right for you? Or fathering more kids than your time and resources responsibly allow?

Are there educational opportunities you would have had to skip, reducing your earnings for the rest of your life? Or career breaks that wouldn’t have happened if you’d been encumbered with a kid (or another kid)?

Your life is the way it is right now because your female partner was able to make that choice when she needed to. If that hadn’t been possible, you’d be having a very different day today….

We need you in this conversation again, for a lot of reasons.

~ Sara Robinson, AlterNet, November 18

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