As goes marriage, so goes society. Marriage is society’s prime institution, first in history and first in importance. Predating government, the union of a man and a woman has happened in all societies for all time. Marriage is the thread of society’s fabric. A marriage is a micro-society. When a man and a woman marry,
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A woman has an abortion not because she wants one, but because she thinks she needs one. This health and economic crisis only increases her vulnerability. She feels trapped between two impossible situations; my life or my baby’s life. It is this tension that drives her decision – a decision that often is made alone
New York Senate bill S660 (aka Boss Bill) was signed into law by Governor Cuomo on Friday, November 8. The bill makes it illegal for pro-life organizations to hire and manage employees based on pro-life beliefs. CompassCare has no other choice but to sue Governor Cuomo as this bill threatens the organization’s very existence. This
Together, we can continue to help women considering abortion have their babies. You, through the Walk invite others to join Jesus in what He is doing to erase the need for abortion, one woman at a time!
The first abortion clinic closes in Rochester! Hopefully more to come. The long-standing Freedom of Choice office closed at the end of 2018 and demand for CompassCare’s services is up 34% over the previous January. At the time of this writing, CompassCare has reached 96% of the market. Meanwhile, New York State seeks to raise
Expanded Transcript New York remains the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring on a per capita basis than any other state. Abortion is trending down for the seventh consecutive year. The 2015 data reveal that the number of abortions statewide hit another all-time low since abortion was legalized in 1970 (NY legalized
Full Transcript Many are not aware that a California court dismissed 14 of 15 charges brought by California Attorney General against journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for their expose of Planned Parenthood’s illegal trafficking in aborted baby body parts, or that private pharmacists in Washington State are being forced against their convictions to
Imagine you needed a new car. So you and your old jalopy manage to make a final trip to the showroom. Excitedly, you sit down with the salesman to choose the model with all the bells and whistles you’ve relished. Adding to your excitement you learn the car is dramatically less than you had anticipated.
Remember when you were a kid and you’d get in heated debates about which superhero was stronger, or whose bicycle was faster? You might have begun with objective sounding statements of pseudo-fact that demonstrate why the considerable innate powers of Superman are superior to the brainy and well-funded technology of Batman. Meanwhile your friend would
If you wanted to build a good house in 2016, you might hire a building contractor to help you. After finding one, your first question might be, “How much will it cost to build a good house?” If your contractor has any experience at all he will respond with a wise, “That depends… if by