Tag Archives: life

“My Life is Worth Living, Even if It is Painful and Short”

By Nancy Valko I was greatly moved by a December 21, 2018 op-ed in the Wall Street Journal by Gayle Somers titled “Life Is Worth Living, Even if It Is Painful and Short” with the subtitle “My

Five moments from the Lord of the Rings to inspire pro-lifers

By Alithea Williams Editor’s note. This appeared on the website of SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children ​ How could this not inspire you? I love the Lord of the Rings. I’m one of those

Choosing life and the human family

By Mark Davis Pickup Editor’s note. Mark, a good friend, is a Canadian disability rights activist who has spoken at National Right to Life’s annual convention. The following is something he posted today. Following that, I will

What’s in Store for 2019 on the Life Front?

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation As 2018 draws to a close, the New Year remains a mystery in many ways. Still, 2019 can be a year of encouraging progress on the pro-life front.

God Saved Me So I Could Give You Life

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. This appeared on Melissa’s blog. As most of our readers know, in 1977 Melissa survived a saline infusion abortion. She has written many times for NRL News Today and NRL News and

Sorry pro-abortionists, science demonstrates there is no “controversy” about “when life begins”

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens for Life (MCCL) At the Idaho Statesman Journal’s science blog, Susie Bodman (at the time an editor at the newspaper) responds to the pro-life contention that life begins at conception: “As

How One Nurse’s Secret Abortion Became a Life-Saving Story

By Karen Ingle In 1985, a silent and numb seventeen-year-old girl named Michele tagged along as her boyfriend’s mother took care of the paperwork—first for her pregnancy test in a Missouri strip mall, and then for her

39 week pregnant wife uses CPR to save her husband, delivers their son shortly after husband awakes from coma

By Dave Andrusko At 39 weeks, Ashley Goette knew she’d be making a visit soon to the hospital to deliver her son, Lennon. She couldn’t have known, however, that she’d be going there early because her husband,

First-time dad learns “Technology can never replace love”

By Dave Andrusko It’s been a long, looong time since I was a first-time dad trying frantically to figure out what to do (in the absence of my wife) when our newborn daughter would cry, seemingly inconsolable.

We Don’t Meet People By Accident

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. The following was posted on Melissa’s blog. In 1977 Melissa survived a saline infusion abortion. She has written many times for NRL News Today and NRL News and appeared numerous times at

Pro-abortionists evade the truth, pretending there is no scientific answer to when life begins

By Paul Stark 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 ethics. There is no scientific answer to

Two Wonderful Stories: A Prenatal Misdiagnosis; Man Saves Grandchild from Abortion

By Nancy Valko A prenatal misdiagnosis Drew and Adriann Corpstein were devastated when they were told at 20 weeks that their unborn baby had a lethal brain abnormality called semilobar holoprosencephaly, an abnormality of brain development in which