Pro-Life In The Trenches.

In college, a group of students and I would pray outside an abortion clinic early Saturday mornings.  After several weeks of praying outside on my knees in the cold, I had an itch to do more, so I trained to be a sidewalk counselor to try and convince women, between the distance of the parking…

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A Generation Later: Heartbreaking Consequences of the Sexual Revolution

Often times the “Sexual Revolution” of the 1960s is hailed as a time of liberation and independence for all, but in particular for women.  Freed of the “shackles” of the consequences of sexual encounters, the hormonal contraception (aka “the pill”) gave women the opportunity to “have sex like men” without being bound or hindered by…

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For Fear

I have been part of an abortion. I was just a student, still in nursing school, having just completed my OB rotation. The mother was young, like me, but the pregnancy was very much planned. What she didn’t plan for were the “fetal anomalies” that the baby had–developing with kidney problems. The staff told me…

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Supporting our Sisters

New Feminists Encourage NEVER Condemn Other Women Men have known for ages about the power of a woman’s words; how their wives can completely demoralize their efforts with a simple raise of the eyebrows and a quick, “Really, dear?”.  We women instinctively understand how we can use words to manipulate and hurt others if we really want…

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