Healing: 25 Years in the Making

Healing: 25 Years in the Making

A woman who had an abortion 25 years ago didn’t even realize she needed post-abortion healing. She was encouraged by one of our staff members to pursue it. She contacted Vickie Kracke, our Post-Abortion Services Director, and they began to meet. They recently completed the Surrendering the Secret Bible study together. She…

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Recommitted to Jesus

Recommitted to Jesus

One of our directors recently met with a pregnant client who said that she was a Christian, but didn’t express more about her faith beyond that. She cried and cried as she told us about her life. She added that she was eager to hear everything we had to share with her. Our director spent the next portion of their time together…

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From Guilt and Shame to Forgiveness and Freedom

From Guilt and Shame to Forgiveness and Freedom

Teri never told a soul about her abortion. She was raised in a Christian home and accepted Jesus at an early age. Teri strayed as a teenager, and her parents didn’t approve of her boyfriend. When she became pregnant, she knew they’d be heartsick. So she hid it from them and had an abortion.* Teri eventually came back…

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A Father’s Love

A Father’s Love

Kylie’s dad was familiar with our ministry and our position on life. He was worried that Kylie might choose abortion, so he called us. He said to our secretary, “My wife and I are separated right now, and it’s been a really hard season for our family. My daughter Kylie is considering abortion. She’s willing to talk…

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Praying for Salvation

Praying for Salvation

Our client advocate leaned forward in his chair, looked Nick directly in the eye and said, “Is there anything keeping you from trusting Christ right now?” Nick gazed at the floor as he pondered the question. He slowly began to shake his head. He looked up at the advocate and said, “No. No there isn’t. I believe everything…

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Whatever happens, I’m with you.

Whatever happens, I’m with you.

Emma had a close relationship with her grandmother. So when she thought she might be pregnant, that’s who she confided in. “I can’t be pregnant, Grandma!” Emma whispered into her phone. “Mom will kill me!” “We’ll get through this,” her grandmother said. “We’ll talk to your mother, and we’ll get…

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