Building a Culture of Life

A Christmas Reflection

By Judie Brown This is my last commentary for this amazing year—2019. So rather than write about some problem that negatively impacts the culture, I have chosen to write about my grandmother. Bertha Tekla Baldi was quite the lady, in my opinion. My mother, my sister, and I lived with her and my Grandpa Louis […]

Pro-Life This Week – December 20, 2019

Week in Review – Merry Christmas; Nation’s largest abortion chain under fire; MBW On this last Friday before Christmas, we wish you all a very Merry and Holy Christmas Day. We all, of course, celebrate the birth of Jesus – our Lord and Savior. We encourage all of you this coming week to take time, […]

Planned Parenthood Begins First Clinics Inside LA High Schools

By Jim Sedlak Last week, the interim president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Alexis McGill Johnson, tweeted: “Yesterday, (Planned Parenthood Los Angeles) announced the opening of the first five of 50 High School Wellbeing Centers. This groundbreaking program means that students don’t have to worry about missing school just to access the quality health […]

What Every Pro-Lifer Should Know about January 22, 1973

Every year on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the day that the Supreme Court decriminalized abortion in the United States in 1973, hundreds of thousands of dedicated pro-lifers gather in Washington, D.C. to stand in solidarity with the babies who have lost their lives through abortion. January is an important time to reflect on how […]

Fifty Reasons to Protect Truth

By Judie Brown When Californians awoke to the news that Planned Parenthood will open 50 reproductive health centers in high schools throughout Los Angeles, we wonder how many gasped in horror. One report states: “The nation’s largest abortion provider plans to spend millions to build ‘Wellbeing Centers’ that target high schoolers in Los Angeles County […]

A Modern Sarah

By Janan Terpstra She arrived at our front door holding only a few trash bags filled with her clothes and toiletries. She was 19 at the time—very beautiful with large brown eyes and gorgeous olive skin. She was also eight months pregnant and homeless. I wanted to throw my arms around her and promise that […]