On April 26 Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill banning abortions after a baby’s heartbeat starts. In doing so, Oklahoma joins a host of states such as North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Iowa, Tennessee and others in protecting preborn children from abortion. Abortions cannot be performed without confirmation of pregnancy. Pregnancy is confirmed by
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One pro-life leader may have a new take on abortion. In a recent online rally Jim Harden, President of CompassCare, said, “Abortion is not just another social issue. Abortion is a fundamental misunderstanding of what it means to be human under God.” He went on to say every woman and preborn baby are equally valuable
Recently, Gallup released its longstanding annual report surveying America’s view on abortion. This poll revealed that Americans who believe abortion ought to be either illegal or restricted jumped seven percentage points, from 53% to 60%, in just one year. The movement of public opinion away from abortion is unique for its sheer magnitude. Solidifying this move toward a more pro-life populace is important for a future America where abortion is not only unwanted but where all children are wanted.
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!
Having the most pro-life acting President since Roe v Wade is heating up the abortion battle. Fear of overturning the 1973 Supreme Court decision is driving liberal states to fever-pitched lawmaking frenzies. Places like New York have two goals: 1) Deregulate abortion, and 2) Regulate pro-life physicians and pregnancy centers. New York attempted to totally
“I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul.” These final words in the poem Invictus by William Ernest Henley resonate with most people in the modern west. It is about the triumph of raw willpower in the face of uncontrollable life circumstances. Ironically, Henley died. He was 53. Mankind’s
A woman considering abortion is 8 times more likely to choose to have her baby if she comes to CompassCare than if she goes to Planned Parenthood! Why? Abortion rates in Rochester dropped by 29% according to the most recent data available. That decrease is twice what the rest of the state and country experienced.