Entries for the 'Pregnancy' Category
By: John Ensor
John Ensor of
PassionLife has written a book he hopes will serve as a textbook for our
movement. Pregnancy Crisis Intervention: What to Do and Say When It Matters Most, from Hendrickson Publishers, (2019) puts everything in one place for
pregnancy care centers.
“We have new people
By: Michele D. Shoun
When Life Matters Worldwide added Questions about Abortion to our website, we experienced a dramatic uptick in email inquiries from women around the world:
My husband wants me to terminate this pregnancy. Will God forgive me if I abort?
I've had an abortion because I was afraid. I'm feel...
Posted in: Directors
, PCC Services
, Sexual Purity
, Michele D. Shoun
By: Michele D. Shoun
Most women who obtain abortions say they rarely attend church, if at all. According to the research, Protestants are actually under-represented in the population of women having abortions. But it's troubling to learn that "one in five abortion patients [of those who report a religious affiliation] i...
By: Rebecca Kiessling
Having been involved in pro-life ministry since 1995 (including serving on the board of one pregnancy center, on the advisory board of another, and speaking at dozens of PCC fundraisers every year) I feel I can be of help to centers in my area of expertise – rape, incest, and fetal abnormaliti...
By: Michael Heiland, MD
Spanish version: El Virus Zika
The Zika virus (ZikV) belongs to the same family of viruses as dengue, West Nile Virus, and Yellow fever. It is carried by the same mosquitoes that carry dengue and chikingunya and is currently being spread through virtually every Central and Northeastern South Americ...
Posted in: General
, Birth Control
, Michael Heiland, MD
By: Alana Terry
When my husband Phillip and I got married, we figured we'd wait about a year before we tried to get pregnant. Two months after our wedding I started volunteering at CareNet Pregnancy Center, where I learned about the miracle of carrying and delivering babies into the world. I helped fold tiny little...