ALL Documents Planned Parenthood’s Jump to 375 Abortion Sites

Most of Us Don’t Want to End Up in a Nursing Home. What Are We Going to Do About It?

By Carolyn Moynihan “Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die,” the saying goes. Today fewer people seem to care about heaven; and as for dying, the euthanasia movement aims to make that nice and easy. One thing most of us would agree on, however, is that we do not want to […]

My Cross Is Heavy Too

By Susan Ciancio If you’ve ever been to a gym, you’ve likely seen all different types of people with varied strengths working out with weights. Some can lift only a few pounds, while others can lift an immense amount. And some fall in between. The ability to lift varied amounts of weights reminds me of […]

Electing Christ

By Judie Brown Today is Election Day, though for millions of Americans, their vote has already been cast. But which vote was it? We have heard the ranting, the wailing, and the name calling from all sides leading up to this election. We know that everyone has an opinion and that countless polling agencies have […]

Abortion Is Essential Health Care Service—and Other Falsehoods

By Hendrik van der Breggen Abortion is essential health care service? According to 2020 presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, “Abortion is an essential health care service.” No, it’s not. No abortions are medically necessary. But don’t take my word on this. Dr. Kendra Kolb, a neonatologist, said in 2019: “There is […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 30, 2020

Week in Review – New SCOTUS justice and Election musings As expected, the attention of pro-lifers across America this week was on the Supreme Court and the elections. On Monday, the United States Senate voted 52-48 to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett as the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. […]

A Thief in the Desert

By Judie Brown What you are about to read is totally true and in no way resembles a Halloween tale. It starts with a barren land. Proponents of abortion have begun to use the term “abortion desert.” That desert is the barren wasteland left in the wake of the cultural drive toward sterility, illness, and […]