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 […]

Self-love or selfishness?

Written by: Julie Stuckenschneider  We live in a society focused on “self love”. We are told that to be successful we must focus on ourselves, do what makes us happy and put ourselves first. If we love ourselves enough then we will find true happiness and meaning in this world. We have become so entranced […]

It’s in God’s hands

Getting mastitis is miserable. Getting mastitis a second time only a few weeks apart is even worse. But what made it almost unbearable was being very sick while hearing several newsbreak stories in favor of abortion over the pro-life movement. I am a sensitive person. It hurts when I hear the statistics on abortion, the legislation […]

Christina’s Story

Christina* was basically homeless when she received a positive pregnancy test. She was staying with a close friend so thankfully she was not out on the streets. Although she was grateful for her friend’s generosity, Christina* felt abandoned by her family. And the recent news of her pregnancy made her situation seemed impossible. She thought […]

Don’t be on the sidelines of the pro-life movement

If you share a post on your social media advocating to stop the abuse of dogs it’s unlikely you’ll receive any sort of backlash. However, the same cannot be said when advocating for the unborn. Throughout 2020 I became more vocal about my support for the pro-life movement. In response I received lots of backlash […]

Why Cancel Culture is Antithetical to the Pro-Life Movement

Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase on the news, in social media posts, or even in conversations with friends—“He’s cancelled.” The movement of ‘cancelling’ people truly took off in 2020, follows a typical script: a person in the public eye says or does something unacceptable, or something unacceptable is recovered from his or her past, and […]

Reviving the Culture to Recognize that Children are a Gift

With the holiday season in full-swing, gifts—and their respective buying, making, wrapping, giving, and receiving—are on the forefront of most of our minds. We get excited to give Christmas gifts that we purchased back on Black Friday and recall the donations we made on Giving Tuesday.  We might spend time teaching children about the joy […]

Brianna’s Story

Brianna* already had an ultrasound when she called the Options United helpline. She was still considering an abortion because she did not believe her baby’s father wanted her to go through with her pregnancy. Feeling alone and lost she was desperately seeking answers. An abortion seemed like an easy solution that would make her worries […]