A former White House Press Secretary celebrated the US Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, particularly citing the braveness of the justices to fight for life despite threats to their li… Patience is one of the things that the Christian needs to have in his or her life. But how is a Christ-follower going to develop patience in times like these? The world is too broken and only Jesus' love can glue all its stained pieces together and make it whole again. There is a serious cost of living crisis that is bringing the people to the edge - collapse in mental health and thoughts of suicide, as more low-income earners get trapped deeper in debts, a recent r… Disciples of Christ Pastor William Barber II said his illness and his faith drive him more to fight for medical health care that all people deserve.
Multiple studies reveal the risk and reality of post-abortion depression, contradicting and debunking the false claims of Robin Stevenson's book for teens, "My Body, My Choice: The Fight For Abortion Rights." The Texas Heartbeat Act already reportedly saved 70% to 80% of babies in the state according to abortion businesses themselves. A report from a pro-life organization revealed that abortion has killed more people worldwide than the COVID-19 virus during the pandemic. A panel of scholars from various professions warned during a conference held earlier this month that contraception and abortion are actually "desexing" women. The state of South Dakota is set to hold a public hearing on banning abortion pills next month in line with proposals urged by the Governor.
Attorney Who Will Argue Against Roe V. Wade Previously Worked For Justice Clarence Thomas, Trump Admin
The attorney set to argue against Roe V. Wade in the much-awaited United States Supreme Court review on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health case this December 1 is a former clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas and also served under President Donald Trump's Administration. 40 Days For Life celebrated last Friday, November 19, the remarkable achievement of saving 20,368 babies from abortion ever since it launched its campaign more than a decade ago. A study by a fertility awareness group found that a growing number of Catholic and non-Catholic Christian women are "fed up" with birth control because they are not aware that they actually "have options."
Pro-Life Organization Spends $2.5 Million On Ad Campaign Ahead Of Supreme Court's Hearing On Abortion Arguments
A pro-life grassroots organization just launched an ad campaign with a hefty price tag of $2.5 million right before the oral arguments at the Supreme Court for a critical abortion case. A pro-life rally is set on December 1 in front of the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C alongside the scheduled hearing to overturn Roe v. Wade through the controversial Mississippi case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.