No sane woman wants to have an abortion. She feels stuck, trapped, like she needs to have an abortion. Her circumstances, culture, and relationships coerce her to make a decision she would not otherwise make. The mission of CompassCare is an expression of the Church’s desire to erase the need for abortion in her mind,
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The purchase of a new medical office at 1230 Eggert Road in Buffalo happened today! The Church through CompassCare has accomplished another major milestone on the journey to reduce Buffalo abortions by 50% in 5 years. Jim Harden, President/CEO of CompassCare, signed the closing documents this afternoon.
On October 11, 2019 California Governor signed a bill forcing all public college and university campuses to provide students with on-campus access to chemical abortion drugs. The FDA recommends restricted use of chemical abortion without direct medical supervision. The reason for the FDA’s hesitancy is published in a 2018 report of adverse effects. It details
September began the 74th United Nations General Assembly. It was there that President Trump declared, “Global bureaucrats have no business attacking the sovereignty of nations that wish to protect innocent life….we in America believe that every child, born and unborn, is a sacred gift from God.” Trump’s pro-life declaration to global leaders was the crowning
According to recently published data from the New York State Department of Health, tax payers fund 48% of all abortions in NY. Assuming an average cost of $700, New Yorkers spent $26M on abortion in 2017. Tax payer funding for abortion doubled in Rochester in just one year and jumped 22.3% in Buffalo despite a
On September 3rd Indiana abortionist Ulrich Klopher died. On September 12th the remains of 2,246 aborted babies were found in his garage in Illinois. The Attorneys General for both Illinois and Indiana agreed to work together on their investigations into the gruesome revelation more akin to serial killers than doctors. Attorney Steve Aden of Americans
David was born via C-section this summer at a hospital in Rochester. His mom, Carrie, is delighted by his arrival and is overjoyed in her new role as Mom. Her joy is in sharp contrast to how she felt when she first found out she was pregnant, unemployed, without insurance, and in an unstable relationship.
According to data published by the Center for Disease Control, abortion in the U.S. is at an all-time low, decreasing 24% since 2006. The disturbing trend is the 114% rise in the use of chemical abortions within that same timeframe. In New York, chemical abortion represents 29.6% of all abortions in 2017, up 12% from
New York State is the nation’s abortion capital. Recently the NY State Department of Vital Statistics released its annual summary of abortion activity. Abortion continues its decade long downward trend. When the slide began in 2006, abortions numbered over 121,000 in NY. Since then abortions, are down 46% to 77,810. The most recent year over
A diverse forum of Buffalo area church leaders met on September 10 to discuss how to push back on New York’s notorious abortion expansion bill. The event invitation was co-signed by well-known WNY church leaders such as Bishop Malone of the Buffalo Diocese, Rev Juan Carlos Rivera of the Assembly of Christian Churches, Rev. Mike