What should we think of the mass shooting at the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood office killing three injuring nine? After praying for the families of the victims we can’t help but reflect on the tragedy. Upon his arrest the shooter, Robert Dear, was reported to have said, “No more baby parts” likely referring to the
Category Archives: Abortion
What is the underlying cause of abortion? Some say it is poverty. Some say it is apathetic fathers. Some say lack of adequate childcare. Some say it is deficient education. It is none of those things. In fact, the foundation for the abortion bulwark was dug so long ago that the 1973 Roe v Wade
Sharleen is a mother of three, with very little friend or family support. She had just begun a new job and then discovered she was pregnant. She came to CompassCare the other day to get it confirmed. Sharleen told her nurse, Kathy, that she was in denial, not wanting to face the reality that she
America has scar tissue on her soul. It seems calloused beyond all feeling. Congress continues to think that protecting the weak by use of the law is a matter for debate, even after the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal broke. The argument for abortion has mostly been that a woman can do with her own
CompassCare is dedicated to continuously pressing towards greater effectiveness by constantly looking for ways to improve service outcomes. The medical team is modifying a few approaches and scripts to account for changing patient demographic. The following story is an example of how these improvements work out in the practical interactions with patients and save lives.
Adjuah shares her story of transformation and how CompassCare helped her navigate through her pregnancy. 1:30 min.
CompassCare is concerned about marriage. The Bible begins and ends with it. That is sermon enough. Historically, marriage is the first of all human institutions and of foremost importance to any thriving society. If CompassCare’s mission is to ‘erase the need for abortion,’ why does marriage matter? Because healthy societies, like electric lights, are only
A day in the life of a CompassCare Nurse I glanced at the appointment calendar and it looked like it would be a busy afternoon. I’m grateful for my fellow nurses. Julie, who I am working with today, took the first patient back to one of the exam rooms as I sat at the reception
Maria took the first pill of the medical abortion drug, RU-486, but then changed her mind and did not take the second. She reached out to her OB/GYN to see if they could help her reverse the effects of the drug but they could not. She then reached out to the abortionist where she got
The undercover videos about Planned Parenthood (PP) are generating a lot of angst for the average American. Many are unsettled and some are downright outraged. And why shouldn’t they be? It is unnerving to think that women’s ‘reproductive freedom’ has grown to the scale of industrialized trafficking in baby body parts. It is disturbing to