“I would think I was fine, and then something in my life would come up, and I felt like I was kind of haunted by abortion.” For Patty, this pattern became familiar over the course of 30 years. Because so much time had passed since her abortion, she didn’t think she needed help or recovery.
The Supreme Court is expected to make an important decision regarding Roe v. Wade this summer. It can be challenging to sift through all the information for straightforward answers to the questions raised by this case. We’ve compiled some of the most common questions and answers regarding the Dobbs Supreme Court Case here. We’ve also
Medication abortions (also referred to as the abortion pill or RU-486) account for more than one-third of all abortions, according to the latest data. The “draw” of this option is that it allows a woman to avoid a surgical abortion procedure. Instead, she may choose to have her abortion at home. In fact, a quick
Beginning in childhood, Arabella experienced much abuse and pain. Unexpectedly pregnant as a teenager, she sought out an abortion, hoping it would be a “quick fix” for her situation. Arabella has graciously shared her story with us, as well as how she has found healing after abortion. You can watch and read her story below.
Paula never expected that Wednesday night would end tragically. Yet even through the unimaginable, Paula says God redeemed her story and brought her a blessing through her pain. Paula was gang raped by her date and his roommate, and says she felt she was “left trying to pick up the pieces of my life.” She
Sarah spends many Saturday mornings outside the abortion facility in Greensboro. She volunteers as a Sidewalk Advocate with The Pregnancy Network. A decade ago, she visited the same abortion facility under much different circumstances. Today, she bravely visits the same sidewalk she stood on so many years before. She’s there to show women love and
Even in the most ideal circumstances, two pink lines on a pregnancy test can take your breath away. In the climate of fear and uncertainty already plaguing our communities, this news can be overwhelming. If you’ve just found out you’re pregnant, you may be wondering what to do next. Maybe you feel limited to one
Every pregnancy, whether planned or unplanned, carries with it some degree of uncertainty and anxiety about how your life will change. With so many factors influencing your next steps—finances, education, your partner—the prospect of what’s ahead of you may seem a bit overwhelming. Throw in a global pandemic, and it’s downright scary. The avalanche of
We are so excited for the 2020 Walk for Life coming up on April 25th at LeBauer Park in Downtown Greensboro! This year’s theme, “Go,” celebrates the exciting ways our organization is growing and moving forward in our mission: empowering women to face their unplanned pregnancies without fear. Growing in Our Mission On March 2