A way forward for pro-lifers: Empathy

When our newborn baby was whisked away by an ambulance in December 1998, I knew she was going to die. She had been born 30 minutes before in an uncomplicated home delivery; but as soon as I laid eyes on her, I knew. Her flawed facial features, her eight toes, fused fingers and lifeless body,... Continue Reading →

A way forward for pro-lifers: Proximity

How can we reduce abortions in a practical, unified way? Well, unity requires us to be close to one another and to the issues we claim to care about. Jesus modeled this principle of proximity when he "became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood" (John 1.14 MSG). Touching lives, saving souls, loving your... Continue Reading →

A way forward for pro-lifers: Unity

Many conservative Christians worry that the Biden administration will negatively impact the prolife movement. I understand this concern, but this is not a time for hand wringing. Christian Democrats and Christian Republicans need to join hands like family and develop shared convictions about how to reduce abortions. We are family; sons and daughters of God.... Continue Reading →

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