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Abortion: I Could Have Been Aborted

In this video Scott Griswold narrates how his own life was saved from abortion and he gives credit to the work of Diane Wagner and Antoinette Duck who were interviewed by 3ABN a few months ago –a pro-life program that has been aired by this Adventist network on several occasions, including on 8/28/2014. 29 more words

Abortion

FEDERAL JUDGE SUSPENDS ENFORCEMENT OF NEW LOUISIANA ABORTION LAW

Recent Obama appointee grants temporary restraining order against state officials

Image Credits: Phil Roeder / Flickr

Louisiana’s new antiabortion law can take effect Monday as scheduled, but provisions requiring doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals cannot be enforced against clinics and doctors who filed suit, a federal judge ruled Sunday night. 37 more words

Government

Prolife Reflection

“Be mindful, O Lord, that mercy and kindness have been yours from of old. Remember not the sins of my youth” (Psalm 25:6-7).

Reflection: A woman wrote of her abortion, “It was very painful, physically and mentally. 77 more words

Positively Pro-Life

Pro-life Reflection

“Be mindful, O Lord, that mercy and kindness have been yours from of old. Remember not the sins of my youth” (Psalm 25:6-7).

Reflection: A woman wrote of her abortion, “It was very painful, physically and mentally. 80 more words

Positively Pro-Life

CALL FOR ACTION: sept 28

CALL FOR ACTION

Join us this September 28
in Speaking Out Against
#AbortionStigma!

Here are 3 easy ways you can get involved:

1. Speak out against #AbortionStigma through the… 800 more words

Events

Ethics of Abortion

In today’s society there are very few ethical issues with the ability to divide members of a community quite as thoroughly as abortion.  In the present day, abortion has become more common for a number of reasons: sex is being seen as more for pleasure than procreation, women have a greater social and legal status, low child mortality has reduced the need for so many children, and foetal abnormalities can now be detected. 2,714 more words

Ethics