Tag Archives: life

Life is no less sacred before birth than after birth

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best

State Fairs and the Continuity of Life

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the

Science, religion, and the question of when life begins

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Prof. David Schultz writes “When it comes to the issue of abortion, this is not a scientific issue but instead a matter first of theology and then

What happens when medicine’s ethic becomes “we will save your life if we think it is worth saving”?

Wesley Smith

By Wesley J. Smith I can’t tell you how many times I have been called by desperate people fighting hospitals and doctors not to give up on their desperately ill or injured loved ones. Sometimes the cases

Languages Understood in the Womb: A Recent Study Unintentionally Celebrates Life

By Andrew Wood I recently came across an article referencing a study performed by the University of Kansas on a fetus’ ability to distinguish between languages while in utero. This article wasn’t written by the pro-life lobby or

Simply because we are human means every life has equal and incalculable moral value

By Wesley J. Smith We live in an increasingly secular society. One consequence (among many) of this cultural shift has been an increasing rejection of the once uncontroversial belief that humans reside uniquely at the pinnacle of

“I know life begins at conception,” admits pro-choice activist

Jodi Jacobson

Editor’s note. This is from clinicquotes.com, citing Jodi Jacobson “Life Begins At Conception. That’s Not the Point,” which appeared at RH Reality Check November 4, 2012.] “Here is a startling revelation: I am a mother of two

Next to Abortion Mill, Pregnancy Center Helping Moms Fall in Love with Their Babies via Ultrasound

Jessica and her son, Jayden, were rescued from abortion by Women's Care Center of Duluth in 2014.Photo By: Jaclyn Grace Photography

By Jay Hobbs When Jessica saw her son, Jayden, for the first time via ultrasound in 2014, the “crisis” of her unplanned pregnancy took an immediate back seat. She had fallen in love, and there was no

A Culture of Winning as a Way of Life

By Kirk Walden     “They got a name for the winners in the world; I want a name when I lose They call Alabama the Crimson Tide; Call me Deacon Blues.” — Steely Dan (Deacon Blues,

2017 National Right to Life Essay Contest Winners

Editor’s note. The following winning essays were written for the National Right to Life Pro-Life Essay Contest. At the senior level, grades 10–12, Clare Marie Lindgren (Michigan) took first place, Aleka Neptune (Texas) won second, and Sarah

Living Hope that Speaks to Life

By James Lamb The words still haunt my mind: “In memory of our aborted grandchild.” I have signed hundreds of acknowledgments for gifts given in memory of someone, but this one—it just seemed out of place. What

10 Years Ago, Jessica Almost Aborted Her Son. Today, They’re Spreading a Passion for Life

Jessica's son, Elijah, outside Women's Choice Center's mobile medical unit. Photo Courtesy: Jessica Ricke

By Rachel Leigh When Jessica Ricke walked into Women’s Choice Center in 2005, it was with the intention of ending the life of her unborn child through abortion. Now, a dozen years later, Ricke is the center’s