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What I'm Learning About: Abortion

What I'm Learning About: Abortion

Bringing the dark to light
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According to a Gallup poll conducted for the National Association of Evangelicals, 79 percent of evangelicals believe having a baby outside of marriage is morally wrong. These figures suggest that an unmarried evangelical who unexpectedly becomes pregnant may face a challenging situation in relation to her church community. Here are stories on the importance of grace and bringing what's dark to light.

Her Secret Heartache

Ways to respond when a friend reveals she's had an abortion.

After an intense discussion about grace during our women's Bible study, my friend Susan seemed disturbed when she left. ...

Parents with a Past

Should I tell my teen daughters about the sins of my youth?

I looked into the antique jar full of seashells my family and I had gathered on our vacations, and tried to ignore the nudging ...

I Had an Abortion

And that terrible secret was killing our marriage.

You're late. Again," I said as I glared at my husband, Art.

"I'm sorry. Traffic was a nightmare."

Not the traffic excuse again, ...

Leslie Leyland Fields

Hope and Help for an Unexpected Pregnancy

What to do when a surprise baby is coming

Sherry stood by the bathroom sink, eyes locked on a pregnancy test stick. She closed her eyes tightly for one last prayer: ...

May 2013

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Joan Moss

August 02, 2014  4:08pm

My daughter recently died of breast cancer after having 2 abortions. I am a free-lance writer and our story may be helpful to others. I'm glad to provide: 1) Details on her diagnosis 2) Research regarding the abortion/breast cancer link 3) Christian-based facts from God's Word regarding the consequences of sin, particularly abortion 4) How Robin ran back to God and, during the time she had, received His forgiveness, comfort and peace 4) A message to young women which may prevent this tragedy for other families If interested, please provide requirements for article submission. Thank you for helping Christian women to live out their faith in today's Godless world, and for reminding all of us that His Word is to be taken seriously, as it is Our Father's way of protecting His children.

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