“Every child a wanted child, so… let’s place children in homes where they are wanted, and let’s learn to want children more.” Or “Every child a wanted child, so… let’s identify unwanted children before they are born and kill them by abortion.”Read More
I have heard the “overpopulation” argument at nearly every campus we’ve visited. I hear it not only from pro-choicers who think nothing’s wrong with abortion, but also from people who claim to be against it. There are two major false assumptions made when this argument is used: first, that aborting preborn children would prevent them from being “brought into the world,” and second that overpopulation exists at all.Read More
Athena’s case is one of many. High schoolers are fed the lie that sex has no consequences and that they can use abortion to solve their problems, not realizing that it will leave them as childless parents ridden with guilt.Read More
They don’t just talk about ending abortion - they actually plan to end abortion and want to imitate the lives of our conference speakers. Each conference attendee made a commitment to do something to end abortion when they left the IPYC.Read More
By: Rev. Pat Mahoney
It must be remembered, Brandi’s story did not begin with great fanfare, acclaim or applause. It simply started when a 20 something year old girl purposed in her heart to “run toward the cries of injustice!”Read More
"Each day we share the Gospel of Life with more than 70 women. From among them, 50 change their mind about abortion. And the other 20 who do not, should not be seen as a failure. While we know that they will have abortions and suffer, we have shared Christ with them, and are praying for them. Surely the mercy of God will reach their hearts." Jorge Serrano LimonRead More
He is bold, daring, and unafraid to confront scandal, even when – especially when – it happens in the church. People should know the truth, even when the truth hurts. As Christians, we need to expose dishonestly, scandal, and injustice. The discomfort of doing so can lead to redemption.Read More
Relief, joy, gratitude, and excitement flooded my voice. I thanked her for speaking up for the baby, for calling us, and for allowing us to help. “B” said, “This is a miracle. I am so grateful for your prayers, and your help. This would not have been possible without that package."Read More
A horror this widespread needs a VERY big army, obviously. I really wanted to fight in some way. I didn't know how. I knew that I wasn't good or smart enough to do activism. I thought that I could stay in the background and somehow help, so I decided to start as most people start off. I went to see how Survivors ProLife Boot Camp would go. I didn't know how in the heck I would help, but I had a simple plan: hold a sign and watch the smart people be awesome.Read More
I've always been pro-life but I never thought we could stand together and change people's minds. But now I know that we can. We can change the world.
- Christian Marquez, Survivors ProLife Training Camp 2014 Youth ParticipantRead More
The morning of the March I was busy helping another volunteer put together an 8 foot wide banner. A fiery, beautiful, red-headed woman came right up to me. Bursting with excitement she said, “I want you to be part of my team! Have you ever been to California?”Read More
The students began to come thicker and faster and the stack of literature shrunk. The comments flew around me. "That's abortion?" "Abortion is wrong." "I would never get an abortion." "Pro-Choice!!" "You think that's okay?" "What is that?"Read More
Jahi, 13 year old girl from Oakland, CA, has come to the fore in the media as the Children's Hospital threatens to pull vital nutrition and hydration care from her after a routine procedure left her comatose with little measurable brain function.
Her case illustrates exactly how important a strong consistent ethic for life is tantamount in our nation. Her parents are literally fighting for her life now.
What has organ donation, abortion, and euthanasia have to do with this? Read on for Catherine Ramey (M.div), incisive analysis of the story -- and find out what you can do to help this young girl live!Read More