Repudiating the Truth

A Mid-Life Surprise

By Audrey Vieira “Ma’am, I need you to focus,” the doctor said to the 36-year-old in the trauma unit of the emergency room in mid-May 1981. “When was your last period?”  “I don’t know! Maybe two or three months ago. I just don’t know,” snapped Christine, a single mother to a 17-year-old son.  Pain seared […]

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Is the Press the Enemy of the People?

By Judie Brown President Donald J. Trump has said on many occasions that the press is “the enemy of the people.” This is met with derision and even the hateful comparison of his comment with the “incendiary” phrases of some of society’s most horrendous killers like Hitler and others. But as a pro-life leader with […]

Five Pro-Life Picture Books Your Kids Will Love

Books with good messages are hard to find. Finding books with pro-life messages is even harder.

A Family Contemplates Thanksgiving

By Judie Brown Today I share with you Thanksgiving reflections that members of my family shared with me a few years ago. While we have updated these, the point is not really when these reflections were written, but why. You see, with family, everything makes sense, and nothing is ever less important to anyone because, […]


Priceless Value the World Does Not See

By Lori Hatcher My grandmother suffered from dementia. During the last year of her life, she couldn’t leave her bed, didn’t recognize any of us, wore a diaper, and had to be fed every meal she ate. Some people said her life was worthless and non-productive—saying it was a waste of resources, space, and energy […]

Miscarriage: The North and South of It

By Judie Brown In her recent book, Michelle Obama revealed that she turned to in vitro fertilization after a miscarriage because she felt that her “biological clock” was ticking. Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts interviewed Obama about her new book Becoming. The following is an excerpt from that interview: “I realized that as I […]