Choosing “The Simone Perspective”

God doesn’t see numbers, he sees people By Kirk Walden American gymnast Simone Biles’ story is more than one of Olympic gold; it is one of perspective. So what follows below is not an argument, or an “I told you so” moment to the abortion community. It is simply one writer’s thoughts on perspective. The …

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Olympic-Sized Prolife Moments: Adoption, Motherhood and Rejecting Abortion

By Ryan Bomberger The Olympics are a time for the world to see the beauty of possibility. Seemingly impossible feats are achieved by many whose struggle to participate in this coveted competition inspires people across the globe. There are so many Olympic moments this week compelling us to think about the incredible resilience of our …

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Olympic Stories of Choosing Life

By Matthew Wagner “You always dream of going to the Olympics and winning gold. I’ve learned over the years that there are lots of gold medals, but certain stories stick out and make a difference.” –Two-time Olympian and gold medalist Kerri Strug. I love the Olympics. It doesn’t matter if it is track and field, …

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