Norma McCorvey Recants?

Norma McCorvey Recants?

Norma McCorvey is the woman whose case before the Supreme Court (Roe v. Wade) ended up making abortion on demand legal in all 50 states.  She later publicly rejected the position she had taken and became a pro-life activist and author.  Now claims are being made that her conversion was not real and was, instead,…

Perspective On The Coronavirus

Perspective On The Coronavirus

Today, we are seeing our nation, and indeed the entire world, being attacked by the Coronavirus. Our environment is changing by the hour and where this is headed only God knows. We must pray for President Trump and the team of medical experts he has put together. But we must also not forget that the…

Justice.

Justice.

As we inch closer and closer to God’s wonderful gift of Himself and Christmas, it’s important for us to pause and reflect on why we fight so hard to end abortion.

A Healthy Abortion Regret

A Healthy Abortion Regret

Despite the literally thousands of support groups in the United States to help women overcome the emotional train wreck of abortion, the abortion lobby claims that most women don’t regret their abortions. The hidden irony in all this is that women who regret their abortions may actually be more mentally healthy than those who don’t.

Figures Don’t Lie – But Liars Do Figure

Figures Don’t Lie – But Liars Do Figure

Our enemies consistently claim that most Americans are pro-choice and that there is no consensus in the United States for making abortion illegal.  Then they’ll trot out some poll that seems to back up their argument. But the fact is, this “pro-choice majority” lie is nothing more than political spin and the abortion industry’s own actions prove it.

The Pennsylvania Treason

The Pennsylvania Treason

For the pro-life movement, the only practical distinction between the Democrat and Republican parties is that one is an enemy who will stab us in the chest and the other is a friend who will stab us in the back. Tuesday’s Republican primary in Pennsylvania proved my point.