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5 Easy Ways to Help YOUR Church

We’re so excited about all the new participants who have joined the Church Awareness Project! They will receive a wealth of materials to help their churches and faith communities speak on abortion in a compassionate and truthful way; open people’s … Continue reading

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Women Must Know That We Will Not Move On

Matthew Archbold at the National Catholic Register shared a deeply moving story about his interaction in college with a girl who was facing an abortion, and the lesson he learned from that incident 30 years later: I’m thinking about that … Continue reading

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Men Can Be Victims of Coercion, Too

Men have no legal say when it comes to abortion, and often little opportunity to support their partners and unborn children. Men and teenage boys who don’t want the abortion may be silenced, left out of the discussion, or be … Continue reading

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Share These Coerced Abortion Awareness Week Resources

Coerced Abortion Awareness Week is more than halfway over, but there is still plenty of time to educate people — not only in your churches, but in the larger community — on the devastating issue of coerced and unwanted abortions. … Continue reading

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The Power of Prayer

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths.”  (Prov 3:5,6) Prayer is powerful. It enlightens and uplifts hearts, minds and souls. … Continue reading

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One Woman’s Story of Coerced Abortion

Sunday begins Coerced Abortion Awareness Week. We will be sharing the personal stories of those who have experienced a coerced or unwanted abortion: women, men and teens. Here is one story: Thirty years ago, I found myself pregnant, divorced and … Continue reading

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How Abortion Impacts Surviving Children

By Theresa Bonopartis Abortion impacts many people in our churches and communities, including those who have lost siblings to abortion. A  recent anonymous post, “I Owe My Life to My Mother’s Abortion,” on The Huffington Post Women website, reflected the … Continue reading

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What If We Started Listening?

Beatrice Fedor of the 400 Words for Women blog writes: Do these people actually listen to women’s stories? Maybe they don’t have time to read and listen because in this age, everything has to go fast and conform to one’s … Continue reading

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“I Can Tell You What a Coerced Abortion Feels Like …”

By Theresa Bonopartis I can certainly tell you what a coerced abortion feels like. I remember it as clearly as if it happened yesterday. I was a pregnant teenager kicked out of the house, isolated and alone. Nowhere to go, … Continue reading

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One Teen’s Story of Coerced Abortion

This week is Coerced Abortion Awareness Week. For the next few days, we will share the personal stories of those who have experienced a coerced or unwanted abortion: women, men and teens. Here is one story: I was 16 and … Continue reading

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