Category Archives: Abortion

Now. Like Never Before.

Pray. Pray. Pray. O God, we acknowledge you today as Lord, Not only of individuals, but of nations and governments. We thank you for the privilege Of being able to organize ourselves politically And of knowing that political loyalty Does … Continue reading

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Abortion Providers Have an Appreciation Day?!?!

Saturday, March 10, was apparently National Abortion Providers Appreciation Day. Typing those words makes my stomach turn. In response, I suggest pro-lifers make a point of doing something specific today on behalf of the victims and potential victims of these … Continue reading

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Abortion or Earthquake: What’s the Difference?

It has been a year since the earthquake and ensuing tsunami occurred that hit the nation of Japan. These were my thoughts a few weeks after that terrible day, in light of the ongoing tragedy of abortion in our country. … Continue reading

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Jumping Into the HHS Mandate Fray

While I’ve been wanting to post on the White House v. Religious Liberty via the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) time had just not magically appeared in order for me to present the background and history that I want … Continue reading

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Lions and Tigers and Posters. Oh, my!

Two weeks ago saw the arrival of anti-abortion protesters to our town. Uninvited and (as far as I know), unsupported by any local churches or ministries, they arrived with their literature, posters and a sound system! Their goal, a laudable … Continue reading

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