rebelling against low expectations


The Tragedy of the Unborn: Don’t Forget to Cry


They had never sobbed so hard. Several had even thrown up. They couldn’t help it, so great was their shock when they saw the things they’d permitted. One of the ladies tried to cover her eyes, but an officer pushed her hands away and the soldiers urged them on. Determined that they shouldn’t stop short of seeing every mangled body; that they shouldn’t pass by any of the rooms where such...

Unplanned: One Woman’s Journey From Pro-Choice to Pro-Life


Abby Johnson stared at the black and white ultrasound image. The tiny baby on the monitor was so perfect and beautiful. Suddenly, something else appeared on the screen. It looked foreign and out of place. Abby didn’t want to look, but she could not pull her eyes away from the image. As the abortion doctor turned on the suction, the baby, once so perfect and beautiful, disappeared as she was...

Church, Rise Up and Take Action Against Abortion


As an American currently living and serving in a different country, I often find myself trying to explain the political climate of my country. I love the United States and am saddened by the incredible amount of angst currently existing between the different political viewpoints. The climate appears very un-united. And, of course, one of the most common hot-button topics is abortion. I recently...

Jeremiah Thomas, Age 16: His Dying Wish to End Abortion


If you were granted one wish, what would it be? Most teenagers can answer this question without a thought: “To visit my favorite sports player, to meet my favorite band, to embark on a dream get away…” But what happens when a sixteen-year-old state champion football player finds out that his sports injury was a tumor dangerously close to his heart, and he has aggressive bone cancer resistant to...

Project: Collecting Pins for Abortion Awareness


Back in January 2017, I read an article by Marvin Olasky in WORLD Magazine entitled, “Incapable of Shame?” It contrasted the Holocaust and abortion. The article really touched my heart as it relayed a story of a man who, upon arriving at a concentration camp, said goodbye to his children. He asked a nearby guard if his children would be okay. The guard reassured him that the children...

Why I Didn’t Cry


I watched a sad movie, but I didn’t cry. It was more than sad, really – it was scary and gruesome, but I just cringed a little. No tears here. Don’t be surprised, because I’ve grown up with this sort of thing. After it rings in your ears and clutters your Facebook, you just get used to it. It’ll be okay. The plot? Little children having their spines snipped – by a doctor, no...

Save The Storks: Pro-Life Ministry


My name is Marcie Little and I recently started working for a nonprofit called Save the Storks. Their mission is simple: To empower abortion-minded women to choose life, and to share with those same women the gospel of Christ. Their mission is not unique; a lot of pro-life groups and organizations do the same thing. But their method is something quite innovative and revolutionary. Acknowledging...

Student Group Uncovers Planned Parenthood’s Lies


Twenty-year-old Lila Rose and her pro-life student group, Live Action, have been hard at work the past three years uncovering the medical lies and manipulative counseling offered at Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion chain. “They will do or say anything in order to sell more abortions to more women, whether it is covering up sexual abuse or lying to women about medical...

The Abortion Debate is Changing


Though overshadowed by the recent murder of abortionist, Dr. George Tiller, the abortion debate does show signs of shifting in a pro-life direction. For the first time since Gallup began tracking the issue, a majority of Americans consider themselves “pro-life” — a reversal of 2006 numbers. Other studies indicate that our generation is the most pro-life generation since Roe vs. Wade —...

12-Year-Old Speaks Out on Abortion


Brett and I have received a lot of emails about this video (and rightly so). Despite being threatened with disqualification for her controversial topic, 12-year-old Lia chose to deliver this speech for competition at her public school in Toronto — and won! Now her eloquent defense of life has been viewed almost 400,000 times on YouTube — and even saved a baby’s life. Read more about this...

rebelling against low expectations

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