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Pray for our country to have truth in Gov and justice to be done for the ones that have broken laws and trying go put socialism as our Gov to replace Democracy. WE THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA, ONE NATION UNDER GOD. No abortion,No same s*x marriage and No more Lieing to the people.
Keep of the good work.
I want to share a poem I wrote recently, while in tears, because THIS HAPPENS, and happens frequently, and it is so sad. And so many of the fathers don't seem to care at all.

"You say you're "pro-life"
Until it hits home
You didn't take care
Now a baby is there

You don't want his child
And it's easy to say
In this case it's different
Abortion's okay

'Cause I just can't go through this
I don't want my baby
My body can't take it
I'd surely go crazy

Although I'm the Mommy
I don't want to be
So go on up to Heaven
You can't stay with me."

by Nancy Molina Corning CA 😢
Abortion was sold on the lie of painful victimization with only dangerous illegal solutions. I'm sure that's common. However, a few years ago, at a meeting I watched a teenage girl get rejected by her friends when she asked 1 to go with her to have her 3rd abortion. One said, 'abortion is not birth control'. It must be painful for those faced with the decision and I have neither the right nor instinct to criticize them. Alternatively, I don't believe there have been 750,000 victimizations. Taking the life of a child in the womb has become another casual "process" of birth control. Hiding this belief makes me feel cowardly.
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I just wanted to pass this video along. It is well worth listening to—and then go to prayer.
We share about Care Net in our latest edition of Unite the USA. Here’s the link: http://unitetheusa.org/id202.html. Thank you and God bless you for your work for life.
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Care Net offers compassion, help, and hope to women and men facing pregnancy decisions. Each day, 3,300 women wake up in America believing abortion is the only realistic solution to an unplanned pregnancy.

Not only does abortion end an innocent human life, it deeply affects many the many mothers, fathers, grandparents and others who regret their involvement in abortion. While legal and public policy efforts to curtail abortion are very important, Care Net's focus is on empowering women and men to make life-affirming choices. While legal efforts will continue for years to come, hundreds of lives are being saved every day through the personal connections made at pregnancy centers. We invite you to join us!

Our Care Net community page celebrates courageous life affirming choices and provides news and views on a wide variety of life issues. Join us and share your perspective, too.

05/05/2021

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Aside from Jesus himself, there are few better examples of a person who put love in action other than Mother Teresa.⁠

There was one kind of poverty that Mother Teresa called out as the greatest.⁠

That poverty was a spiritual emptiness, one that would cause people to discard other human lives as useless objects.⁠

The most glaring example of this kind of poverty was abortion.⁠

Mother Teresa saw abortion not just as an evil, but as the greatest threat to peace in the world.⁠

Read more about the life and work of Mother Teresa at the link below!

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‘Choice is a Person’ - Abortion Survivor Claire Culwell Shares Her Life Story of Survival and Forgiveness in New Book - Daily Citizen 05/04/2021

‘Choice is a Person’ - Abortion Survivor Claire Culwell Shares Her Life Story of Survival and Forgiveness in New Book - Daily Citizen

"[Claire Culwell's] mother became pregnant at the tender age of 13 and was pressured by her mother to have an abortion. It’s a truth Claire found out while visiting her birth mother at her home.

As Claire recalls, her mother said, 'What happened isn’t what you think happened. I didn’t choose to give you life.'

Her mother, Tonya, then shared the painful story about how Claire’s grandmother was 'furious' that she was pregnant and could only think of 'getting rid of the problem.'

Tonya went to an abortion clinic and did have the procedure, but the abortionist failed to realize that there wasn’t one baby, but two.

Miraculously, Claire survived."

‘Choice is a Person’ - Abortion Survivor Claire Culwell Shares Her Life Story of Survival and Forgiveness in New Book - Daily Citizen Claire Culwell has been sharing about her survival from abortion for years, and now she’s hoping that her story can reach even more through the publication of her new book Survivor: An Abortion Survivor’s Surprising Story of Choosing Forgiveness and Finding Redemption.

She made four abortion appointments, but God intervened and saved her son 05/04/2021

She made four abortion appointments, but God intervened and saved her son

Jessica Barnes was a 21-year-old college student when she discovered she was pregnant.

She made not one, not two, not three, but FOUR abortion appointments and God "[fought] for her son’s life" every single time.

Read more about Jessica and her son Ezekiel at the link below!

She made four abortion appointments, but God intervened and saved her son "And I told God, 'If you don't want me to have this abortion then you have to physically stop me.'" Then their car broke down on the way to the appointment.

There’s Always Reason for Hope 05/03/2021

There’s Always Reason for Hope

Pray for President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris - that they will be led out of the darkness of supporting abortion and into the marvelous, life-affirming light.

There’s Always Reason for Hope It's hard as Pro-Life people to come to terms with the tangible threats that the Biden-Harris Administration presents to the life issue, but hope remains.

Why Churches Should Step Up with Abortion Ministry 05/01/2021

Why Churches Should Step Up with Abortion Ministry

"Providing for the physical and emotional needs of families, as many pregnancy centers do, is important, but the spiritual shepherding available within the church has everlasting results."

Why Churches Should Step Up with Abortion Ministry When it comes to the abortion issue, the church has not really been using that transformative power that it has. It's an issue that's been outside of the Church, when the problem is inside.

Abortion: What’s Church Got to Do With it? 04/30/2021

Abortion: What’s Church Got to Do With it?

How much of an impact did the church have in a woman’s abortion decision?

This is the question we tackle today as we look back at the study Care Net commissioned Lifeway Research to conduct back in 2016.

The National Survey on Women and Abortion included 1,038 respondents who had undergone a pregnancy termination by way of an abortion medical procedure.

According to the data, nearly 2 in 5 women (36%) were attending church once a month or more at the time of their first abortion.

But, when it came to making the decision to abort their baby, did the church make a difference?

Get the research at the link below.

Abortion: What’s Church Got to Do With it? How much of an impact did the church have in a woman’s abortion decision?

Bridging the Gap Between Abortion and the Church 04/30/2021

Bridging the Gap Between Abortion and the Church

Read all about how Cool Spring Baptist Church in the Richmond, VA area is standing for LIFE by embracing their ministry with a discipleship mission.

Bridging the Gap Between Abortion and the Church Pastors need to be emboldened to face the abortion issue head-on, and Making Life Disciples gives them an avenue to do just that.

Gang r***d at 14, she chose life for her son despite doctor and family coercion 04/29/2021

Gang r***d at 14, she chose life for her son despite doctor and family coercion

Were the doctors lying to her just to convince her to get an abortion??

Gang r***d at 14, she chose life for her son despite doctor and family coercion When Patti Harrison chose life after being r***d, many in her family disowned her, and doctors tried to get her to abort by claiming her baby was deformed.

Abortion: What’s Race Got to Do With it? 04/29/2021

Abortion: What’s Race Got to Do With it?

A few years ago, Care Net commissioned Lifeway Research to conduct a National Survey on Women and Abortion and the results can teach us a lot about who’s having abortions, why they’re having abortions, and what we - as people committed to promoting abundant life - can do to reach those most vulnerable with hopeful and life-affirming good news.

The completed survey included 1,038 respondents who had undergone a pregnancy termination by way of an abortion medical procedure.

Today we look specifically who influenced the abortion decisions of the women who participated in the study based on race.

By digging into the data we can better understand who is most influential in impacting a woman’s decision to have an abortion.

By understanding who is most influential in these decisions and how that may vary by race, we can better understand the bigger picture of who else needs to be reached within the expectant mom’s sphere of influence.

Abortion: What’s Race Got to Do With it? By understanding who is most influential in pregnancy decisions and how that may vary by race, we can better understand who needs to be reached within the expectant mom’s sphere of influence.

'He's absolutely perfect': Mom of baby with missing limbs said choosing life was the 'best' decision 04/28/2021

'He's absolutely perfect': Mom of baby with missing limbs said choosing life was the 'best' decision

Rosie Higgs chose LIFE for her baby boy despite knowing he would be born with missing limbs.

She considers her decision for life to be the "best she’s ever made."

Read more at the link below!

'He's absolutely perfect': Mom of baby with missing limbs said choosing life was the 'best' decision A mother in the U.K. whose 11-month-old was born missing both of his legs and one arm said she never considered having an abortion and says he's "perfect."

04/28/2021
CareCast: Unity and Community 04/27/2021

CareCast: Unity and Community

NEW CareCast episode out now!

Roland and Vince discuss not only why a woman is statistically far more likely to involve the father of her child in her pregnancy decisions, but also why support and community are essential to those facing unplanned pregnancies.

Listen in at the link below!

CareCast: Unity and Community Roland and Vince discuss why support and community are essential to those facing unplanned pregnancies.

Mom's 'biggest blessing’: Spared from abortion, Micah Parsons about to become 1st-round NFL draft pick 04/27/2021

Mom's 'biggest blessing’: Spared from abortion, Micah Parsons about to become 1st-round NFL draft pick

Former Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons is about to become a "1st-round NFL draft pick," all because his mom chose LIFE!

Mom's 'biggest blessing’: Spared from abortion, Micah Parsons about to become 1st-round NFL draft pick Meet unfiltered Micah Parsons: The 21-year-old proud father, early college grad and soon-to-be first-round NFL draft pick, who won't forget Uptown Harrisburg.

Abortion Based on Disabilities is Ableism 04/26/2021

Abortion Based on Disabilities is Ableism

"Only by working together can we overcome ableism and honor the right to life everyone has, regardless of their unique types of ability.

As Christians we must be on the forefront of this movement, honoring the humanity of everyone and fighting against the message that having a disability is a tragedy."

Abortion Based on Disabilities is Ableism Aborting a person based on a disability diagnosis seems like a clear example of believing that someone is inherently less valuable based solely on their disability.

Adoption is different but still cherished during pandemic 04/24/2021

Adoption is different but still cherished during pandemic

Not even a global pandemic could stop Zack and Heather Gugenheim from adopting their little girl!

Adoption is different but still cherished during pandemic LEWISBURG — Zack and Heather Gugenheim felt called to adopt but never expected to do so in the middle of a pandemic.

04/23/2021

In a time when our nation is seemingly being torn apart by unending political battles and racial division, we are often left wondering what can unite us during such a difficult time.

What the world needs now is what it’s always needed…

Love.

GOD’S love.

That’s why we here at Care Net created our “Love Is…” yard signs.

These signs display 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, reminding all who pass by of the matchless love of Christ and His call for us to love one another.

Order your “Love Is…” yard sign today and start spreading the love in your community: https://donate.care-net.org/carenet/love-is-yard-sign?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fy21_social_media&utm_content=yard_sign

In a time when our nation is seemingly being torn apart by unending political battles and racial division, we are often left wondering what can unite us during such a difficult time.

What the world needs now is what it’s always needed…

Love.

GOD’S love.

That’s why we here at Care Net created our “Love Is…” yard signs.

These signs display 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, reminding all who pass by of the matchless love of Christ and His call for us to love one another.

Order your “Love Is…” yard sign today and start spreading the love in your community: https://donate.care-net.org/carenet/love-is-yard-sign?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fy21_social_media&utm_content=yard_sign

WATCH: Heartwarming reunion between girl with Down syndrome and Carolina Hurricanes player 04/23/2021

WATCH: Heartwarming reunion between girl with Down syndrome and Carolina Hurricanes player

Such a sweet reunion!

WATCH: Heartwarming reunion between girl with Down syndrome and Carolina Hurricanes player Carolina Hurricanes hockey player Jordan Martinook is known as "my buddy" to Emma Izzo, a little girl with Down syndrome, who looks for him at every game.

04/22/2021
Solving the Life Support Puzzle: How Care Net’s and Love Life’s Missions Fit Together 04/22/2021

Solving the Life Support Puzzle: How Care Net’s and Love Life’s Missions Fit Together

Abortion clinics are the darkest mission fields in our cities.

They are the only places in the United States we know for certain that hurting and broken people show up on a daily basis.

That's why we need to send laborers to that mission field.

And that's when the missions of Love Life and Care Net's Making Life Disciple's unite.

Solving the Life Support Puzzle: How Care Net’s and Love Life’s Missions Fit Together Upon hearing about how Love Life operates, everything suddenly began fitting together like pieces to a puzzle we’d been trying to solve for a long time.

Life Chat: Her Choice, Their Responsibility? 04/21/2021

Life Chat: Her Choice, Their Responsibility?

WATCH: Roland Warren discusses why women facing pregnancy decisions choose to get the father of their child involved and why Care Net remains dedicated to serving the men involved in those pregnancy decisions.

Discover why her choice is ultimately their responsibility by watching the video below.

Life Chat: Her Choice, Their Responsibility? Roland Warren discusses why women facing pregnancy decisions choose to get the father of their child involved.

Angels' first baseman Albert Pujols raises money for children with Down Syndrome with each home run 04/21/2021

Angels' first baseman Albert Pujols raises money for children with Down Syndrome with each home run

When home runs provide hope!

This baseball season, every home run hit by the Los Angeles Angels first baseman, Albert Pujols, will result in donations that go towards helping children with Down syndrome and their families.

Read about Pujols' heart to help those with Down syndrome at the link below!

Angels' first baseman Albert Pujols raises money for children with Down Syndrome with each home run Opening day in Major League Baseball is here, and Los Angeles Angels’ first baseman Albert Pujols is using his star power to help kids with Down Syndrome.

The Best Pregnancy Decisions Involve Dad 04/20/2021

The Best Pregnancy Decisions Involve Dad

We must involve dads if we are going to make abortion unthinkable.

The Best Pregnancy Decisions Involve Dad Engaging and involving fathers from the very beginning is key to helping parents make life-affirming decisions about the birth of their child and beyond.


04/19/2021

Mr. Roland's Neighborhood

Hello neighbor!

In today’s time and culture, it can be very easy to forget what it means to love, especially when it comes to people we disagree with.

Learn the true meaning of the word “love” and how YOU can better love your neighbor on this special episode of Mister Roland’s Neighborhood.

What Mister Rogers Taught Me 04/17/2021

What Mister Rogers Taught Me

"Mister Rogers loved people without judgment or condemnation, and seeing how generations of people responded to him reminded me that this world is starving for the love of Christ.

People are searching endlessly for 'love.'

They are looking for someone to love them without fear of judgement or condemnation.

And Mister Rogers gave it to them. That’s the secret to his widespread fame and respect.

The world needs the love of Christ, it is desperate for it, but it also needs more people like Mister Rogers."

What Mister Rogers Taught Me Mister Rogers loved people without judgment or condemnation, and seeing how generations of people responded to him reminded me that this world is starving for the love of Christ.

Why Discipleship is the Key to Ending Abortion 04/16/2021

Why Discipleship is the Key to Ending Abortion

Ministering to the spiritual needs of our neighbors, including those considering abortion, means discipleship.

If we are not sharing the Gospel and discipling parents faced with pregnancy decisions, they will certainly be discipled by the culture and are more likely become “repeat customers,” getting themselves into the same situations that led to their unplanned pregnancies in the first place.

This is why 50% of abortions are to women who have already had one.

But with discipleship, our pro-life efforts become Pro Abundant Life efforts that God can use to transform the hearts and minds of those we serve so that they don’t return to us to be served, but to serve others.

Why Discipleship is the Key to Ending Abortion Discipleship is irreplaceable if we are intent on making abortion unthinkable.

Why Care Net Doesn't Provide Contraceptives to Clients 04/16/2021

Why Care Net Doesn't Provide Contraceptives to Clients

In this special statement from Care Net President and CEO Roland C. Warren, he explains why providing birth control would contradict Care Net's mission to empower clients to choose life for their unborn children and find abundant life in Christ.

Why Care Net Doesn't Provide Contraceptives to Clients In this special statement, Care Net President & CEO Roland Warren explains why providing birth control would contradict Care Net's Gospel-centered mission.

Photographer with Down syndrome creates viral TikTok about proving naysayers wrong 04/15/2021

Photographer with Down syndrome creates viral TikTok about proving naysayers wrong

Houston Vandergriff has been to 48 states, 26 countries, and is an award-winning travel photographer.

The 23-year-old took to TikTok to show that he "has been able to achieve so much simply by being who he is, and he isn’t held back by having an extra chromosome."

Photographer with Down syndrome creates viral TikTok about proving naysayers wrong "People will open up and it is like a superpower. He’s willing to meet people and introduce us to the world that we wouldn’t otherwise get to see.”

Mister Roland's Neighborhood 04/15/2021

Mister Roland's Neighborhood

Hello neighbor!

In today’s time and culture, it can be very easy to forget what it means to love, especially when it comes to people we disagree with.

Learn the true meaning of the word “love” and how YOU can better love your neighbor on this special episode of Mister Roland’s Neighborhood.

Watch now at the link below!

Mister Roland's Neighborhood Learn the true meaning of the word 'love' and how YOU can better love your neighbor on this special episode of Mister Roland’s Neighborhood.

Doctors told Brianne to abort because her son wouldn't survive. Today, he's a healthy toddler. 04/14/2021

Doctors told Brianne to abort because her son wouldn't survive. Today, he's a healthy toddler.

At just 21 weeks gestation, doctors informed 19-year-old Brianne that her unborn child would likely die in utero and encouraged her to have an abortion.

Brianne immediately refused and a few months later, gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Greylen James.

Doctors told Brianne to abort because her son wouldn't survive. Today, he's a healthy toddler. Brianne was told in the unlikely event that her baby reached full-term, he would likely suffer heart defects. Doctors advised her to abort. She refused.

Meet the 3-year-old who got discriminatory abortions banned in Mississippi 04/14/2021

Meet the 3-year-old who got discriminatory abortions banned in Mississippi

NEW pro-life legislation called "Hudson's Law" mandates the sharing of helpful information to parents about children with Down syndrome in the state of Mississippi!

Meet the three-year-old who inspired the law at the link below.

Meet the 3-year-old who got discriminatory abortions banned in Mississippi Hudson Hartman is tenderly referred to as Senator Hudson by those in the Mississippi State Senate.


04/13/2021

Spread the Love in Your Neighborhood

In a time when our nation is seemingly being torn apart by unending political battles and racial division, we are often left wondering what can unite us during such a difficult time.⁠

What the world needs now is what it’s always needed…⁠

Love.⁠

GOD’S love.⁠

That’s why we here at Care Net created our "Love Is…" yard signs.⁠

These signs display 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, reminding all who pass by of the matchless love of Christ and His call for us to love one another.⁠

Spread the love in your community and order your "Love Is..." yard sign today: https://donate.care-net.org/carenet/love-is-yard-sign?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fy21_social_media&utm_content=love_signs

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Racism, Abortion, and the Gospel: What you need to know.
4 Ways to Defend Your Pro-Life Position
Life Chat: Are We Close to Overturning Roe?

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