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Do You Stand for Life?

Each year since 1984, the third Sunday of January has been known as Sanctity of Life Sunday.  I arrived at church today anticipating an inspiring sermon about the value of life, but, unfortunately, that was not the sermon offered at my church and, from what I...

How Do You Respond?

Being pro-life, I am always interested in the state of our culture.  Do we celebrate life? … or are we a culture of death through abortion?  While statistically, it appears our culture is changing to embrace life, there seems to be that one person on every corner who...

It’s Time to Make Your Stand for Life!

If there ever was a time for all citizens to make a stand for life, it is NOW.  After four attempts, Congress has blocked legislation which would protect children born alive after an abortion.  Prayerfully consider what steps you can make TODAY.   It’s been said...

Where Do You Stand on Life?

The issue of life, and, specifically, where you stand on the issue of life (from womb to the tomb) is of most concern to Americans.  Rightfully so.  Many now wonder whether the landmark Supreme Court case, Roe v. Wade, could be overturned.  If so, what would America...

Pro-Life And Proud Of It

I am unashamedly pro-life.  I don’t apologize as I proudly stand in defense for life.  However, this wasn’t always the case. I faced a crisis pregnancy decades ago.  It was shortly after Roe v. Wade became national law.  Not wanting to disappoint my parents, I...

Taking a Stand

When I see injustice in our society, quite often I get overwhelmed, wanting to make an impact … a difference … not knowing what to do or where to turn.  Can you relate?  Recently, there have been nationwide protests led by student groups supporting improved gun...

Baby of the Year

Just 18 months old and a little guy from Dalton, Georgia, is going viral.  Young Lucas Warren has been named Gerber’s “Spokesbaby of the Year,” beating out more than 140,000 other baby applicants.  Lucas is the first baby with Down Syndrome to be chosen. As a life...

A Woman of Substance

We snuck into church, late as usual, trying desperately not to attract attention to ourselves.  As I was getting comfortable in my pew seat, I noticed the pastor was starting a new series on the Book of Ruth, one of only two women who have their own books.  Being a...

Making a Difference

I had the best of plans to write a post to inspire everyone to get off the couch, out of the pews and make a difference to someone in this world.  After all, it seems the entire world needs some help – there’s too much anger and hopelessness.  But before I sat down I...

The Results Are In

I’m not talking about election results, nor about the Academy Awards.  A few weeks ago I promised to give you an update on medical tests once received.  But before I spill those beans, a lot of people have asked what I think about yesterday’s “A Day Without a Woman.”...

Playing Possum

When I was a little girl (or as my grandmother would say, “no bigger than knee high to a grasshopper”), I would play possum, pretending to be asleep or invisible when my parents or grandparents walked into the room.  “I wonder where Deborah Jan is,” they would...

Common Ground

Last week I attended a Pro-Life/Pro-Women’s Conference with great anticipation.  I was excited to gather with other like-minded women from across the nation (and countries) to learn new ways to defend life.  As one of the sponsors, we were able to connect with...