Volume 7, Number 1, 1999
The Benediction of Kate Michelman
A case study on coping with post-abortion trauma.
No One Told Me I Could Cry
Tiffany’s story: “I begged her not to make me get an abortion. No one listened to me.”
Pro-choice psychiatrist softens her position.
“Her Choice to Heal: Finding Spiritual and Emotional Peace After Abortion” by Sydna Masse and Joan Phillips; “No One Told Me I Could Cry: A Teen’s Guide to Hope and Healing After Abortion” by Connie Nykiel; and “Starting or Expanding A Post-Abortion Outreach” by Rose Diemler.
Volume 7, Number 2, April-June 1999
Beyond the Bars
Post-abortion ministries reach out to women in prison.
A Path to Hope
Illinois prison ministry helps inmates find freedom from the pain of abortion.
Called to Love
Reflections on ministering to post-abortive women in prison.
Jamie’s Story: “This time in prison is my time to heal.”
Volume 7, Number 3, August-Sept. 1999
Exposing Deceptive Abortion Practices
Exciting new collaborative pro-life project that holds abortionists responsible for exploiting women.
EDAP Investigation File
What to look for when collecting complaints.
Volume 7, Number 4, October – December 1999
Illegal Abortions: The Myth and the Cure
Does making abortion legal really make it safe? Exposing the myth behind illegal abortions and what we can do to protect women from the dangers of abortion, both legal and illegal.
In the Vineyard
For post-abortive women, Rachel’s Vineyard “is a place to share one’s story …”
Men and Abortion: A Path to Healing by C.T. Coyle
Carolyn’s story: “I pasted a smile on my face and pretended to be a happy bride, but I was thinking about my baby.”