Tag Archives: pro-life

When Jesus Came to a Funeral

I wonder if funeral directors in the first century got nervous at the sight of Jesus? After all, Jesus did have a habit of interrupting funerals. Let’s look at some examples. A widow from Nain was about to bury her … Continue reading

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Protecting the Most Vulnerable

The editorial board of the Orlando (Fla) Sentinel recently ran an editorial piece lamenting the fact that the Florida legislature was proceeding with a pro-life bill. The headline of the article was—“Florida abortion bill hits hardest at most vulnerable”. The … Continue reading

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One-Issue Voter

I am a one-issue voter, and I have been for many years. I always vote for pro-life candidates in state and national elections. Some may say that I should widen my focus, but nothing has deterred me from this standard … Continue reading

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Federally Protected

Over the July 4th weekend a large group of people boated out to Sand Island, which is about a mile off the coast in Mobile Bay in Alabama. There they set up tents and volleyball nets and began to play. … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Irony

Last week Ireland turned its back on their pro-life Catholic heritage and voted overwhelmingly to legalize abortion. 66 percent of the voters supported lifting the ban on abortion. The decision is mourned by pro-life people everywhere, but celebrated by those … Continue reading

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The Children Speak

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision in which the U.S. Supreme Court essentially legalized abortion in the United States. Since that tragic decision, nearly 60 million children have been killed in their mother’s womb. Yesterday … Continue reading

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A Loving Choice

Carrie DeKlyen chose to forgo chemotherapy to treat her brain cancer because she was pregnant with her sixth child, and the treatments most certainly would have ended her baby’s life. Carrie died Saturday, surrounded by family at University of Michigan … Continue reading

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Strange Position

The doctor who owns the only abortion clinic now operating in Kentucky has made some strange comments recently in reference to people who have been protesting outside his clinic. He said that the abortion protesters don’t have a “monopoly on … Continue reading

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March for Life

The March for Life is taking place today in Washington, D.C. Throngs of pro-life people have gathered near the Washington Monument to celebrate life and speak up for tiny human beings who cannot yet speak for themselves. Vice President Mike … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Donors

Planned Parenthood has recently received many donations in the name of Vice-President-elect Mike Pence. This is an interesting development. Pence, a conservative Christian, would never give money to Planned Parenthood, since it is the largest provider of abortions in the … Continue reading

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