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Pray for Life

Today is the March for Life. Bless all the dedicated souls who make their way to Washington to make their opinions known. Good news: the US abortion rate has fallen to its lowest level since Roe v Wade.  Let us … Continue reading

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Who Will Say, “Enough!”

“All abortion is genocide.   All abortion is eugenics.   It’s designed for population control   for various reasons.” Alveda King, Founder National Black Pro-Life Coalition   12% of Americans are black. 28% of aborted babies are black. 16 million … Continue reading

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Who Will Weep?

Let’s turn our hearts to abortion (as thousands make their annual trek to Washington for Friday’s March for Life).    OK, I’ll say it. I think abortion is sin. But don’t paint me judgmental. The woman who chooses abortion is … Continue reading

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Prayer for Life

  Lord, turn the hearts of the parents toward their unborn children. Amen. (from Malachi 4:6)

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A Special Uncle

  I had a very special uncle. Mel was half playmate, half willing servant, all joy. He delighted in the smallest favors. He unfailingly saw the bright side of things.   Once, I asked my father if his little brother had … Continue reading

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I Have My Own Dream

  This week marks the intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the March for Life. For me, they fit well together.   “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation … Continue reading

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It’s a Lie!

  It’s a woman’s right to choose, they tell us. It’s a personal matter, they say.     That “temporary inconvenience, long-term blessing” of yesterday’s post is more than “a personal matter.” No, he hasn’t cured cancer or become president. … Continue reading

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Temporary Inconvenience, Long-Term Blessing

  43 years ago, Roe v Wade made abortion legal.  What do you think about it?     It’s settled law Abortion is a personal decision I’m praying for a change in America’s heart 1973—we were newly married, still in college, scraping by … Continue reading

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Whose Life Matters?

I was reading the comments attached to a news story on the March for Life.  One said, “I won’t let [an unplanned] pregnancy ruin my life” (not an exact quote, I didn’t get the writer’s permission). I thought about my … Continue reading

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All Lives Matter

Many people see abortion as the best choice in cases of rape and incest. I am disturbed by what seems to be a message of the easy fix: make the baby go away, and things go back to normal. Baby … Continue reading

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