Analyzing sex education in the US

Whether or not sexual education taught in US public schools is something you can get behind, many people across the ideological spectrum can agree that the current curricula fall short of the ideal. Many sex ed programs in the US only cover (at best) HIV/HPV, STIs/STDs, contraception, abstinence, birth control, abortions, and perhaps some coverage […]

To have kids or to not have kids?

Written by: Julie Stuckenschneider  I think it is safe to say everyone would agree we are living in challenging times. With all the violence, arguing, lock downs, closed schools, open borders and everything else going on we could easily say the world has gone mad. During these unprecedented times with what seems like no hope […]

Choosing Adoption

Written by Julie Stuckenschneider Each year there are roughly 1.3 million abortions. Only 4% of the women with unwanted pregnancies place their children through adoption. It is estimated that there are somewhere between 1-2 million couples wanting to adopt each year. So looking at these numbers one would think there are plenty of couples wanting […]

Charlotte’s Web and it’s unintentional pro-life message

Every night I do a read aloud with my kids and last month was Charlotte’s Web. The main and well known theme in Charlotte’s Web is friendship. However, as I was rereading the book to my own children the underlying theme of life and death was more apparent. E.B. White’s famous children’s novel focuses on […]

Men are vital to the pro-life movement

Written by Julie Stuckenschneider When thinking about the pro-life movement, how many think that it’s great a man is against abortion but still doesn’t quite deserve an opinion about it? After all, the mother of a child is the one who fosters a growing, developing child in her womb. A father is physically incapable of […]

Anti-Life is Anti-Science: How Powerful Semantics Distract From the Biological Truths of the Pro-Life Movement

Within the scope of unexpected pregnancies, there are many questions pro-choice organizations and individuals often turn to for a quick “gotcha” effect on their conversational ‘opponent.’ Perhaps you are familiar with some of these: “what if a woman is raped?” or “the baby will just end up in the foster care system” or “have many […]

Tiffany’s Story

When Tiffany* arrived at her appointment to the pregnancy resource center she only had one solution in mind for her pregnancy: abortion. She was certain that she would have minimal support for this child and didn’t want to take away more time and love from her daughter. She wanted to get a referral for an […]