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Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life to speak in Orlando

by Carder Shawn Carney, National Campaign Director for 40 Days For Life, comes to Orlando to share victorious vigil stories from all over the country! The babies saved, the mothers spared from a lifetime of regret, the dogged determination of prayer warriors enduring harsh weather and hecklers. In short, the every day drama of a […]

What Ebola and abortion have in common

by Carder What do abortion and Ebola have in common (aside from making [Texas Department of Health Commissioner] David Lakey’s life miserable this week)? Both the new restrictions on abortion facilities in Texas and the government intervention to manage the Ebola threat are potent reminders of why expectations that our lawmakers and leaders will protect […]

Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals

by Kelli The bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals, an investigation has found. Ten NHS trusts have admitted burning foetal remains alongside other rubbish while two others used the bodies in “waste-to-energy” plants which generate power for heat…. At least 15,500 […]

What to say to a woman who is happy about her abortion

We could demonstrate that abortion is wrong even if every single post-abortive woman had positive feelings about her abortion…. I think women should consider whether abortion is not a wise decision, but we also want them thinking about how some things can be wrong even if they don’t affect us negatively. For example, the head […]

Documentary follows abortionist who skirts international abortion laws

I also immediately appreciated the metaphor of women leaving sovereignty to reclaim her own…. I had also lived in Indonesia and witnessed what happened when women don’t have access to safe abortion and it made an impression on me. I knew it would make a great story. ~ Diana Whitten, director of the documentary film Vessel, […]

Failed chemical abortion gives baby girl second chance at life

We thought she had gone. I had grieved for that baby and we’d just managed to get our heads around it. Anthony and I felt like we’d made the right decision because we were having problems and we didn’t think it was right to bring a baby into that. I’d always been one of those […]

What if Jesus had been pro-choice?

by Kelli But what if Jesus were to have embraced a “prochoice” worldview? What would that look like? We could kiss salvation goodbye. Adoption is at the heart of our soul’s redemption, yet a maligned consideration on the “prochoice” periphery. (Planned Parenthood aborts over 149 children for every 1 adoption referral). Half of us would […]

The diversity of pro-lifers

by Carder I am not just prolife…. I consider myself whole life.  Do I support the SNAP program? Yes.  Do I support Headstart? Yes.  Do I support universal healthcare for children? Yes.  Do I support WIC? Yes.  Do I support the Medicaid program for those who are desperately impoverished and pregnant women? Yes.  Do I […]


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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