Abortion

Abortion

Are you pro-life? Are you thinking about having an abortion? The books and resources below paint a picture in support of being pro-life. Read about the beautiful blessing that pregnancy is and read stories of those who were almost aborted. 
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  1. Unplanned (Digital)

    Abby Johnson

    $9.69
    After the director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas participated in her first abortion procedure, she quit her job and walked across the road to join the Coalition for Life. In this heart-stopping personal drama, you'll discover how Abby Johnson's Learn More
  2. The Case for Life

    Scott Klusendorf

    $17.99

    Pro-life Christians, take heart: the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas-provided Christians properly understand and articulate that message. Too many Christians do not understand the essential truths of the pro-life position, m... Learn More

  3. $15.95
    This book narrates the harrowing and life-changing experiences of former abortion clinic workers, including those of the author, who once directed abortion services at a large Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas. These individuals left their jobs in the... Learn More
  4. You Carried Me

    Melissa Ohden

    $19.99

    What happens when an abortion survivor finds and forgives her birth mother, who never knew her daughter was alive?

    Melissa Ohden is fourteen when she learns that she is the survivor of a botched abortion. In You Carried Me, she details for the first time her search for her biological parents and her own journey from anger and shame to faith and forgiveness.

    After a decade-long search Melissa finally locates her birth father and writes to extend forgiveness, only to learn that he has died without answering her burning questions. Melissa becomes a mother herself in the very hospital where she was aborted. This experience transforms her attitude toward women who have had abortions, as does the miscarriage of her only son and the birth of a second daughter with complex health issues. But could anything prepare her for the day she finally meets her birth mother and hears her side of their story? 

    This intensely personal story of love and redemption illumines the powerful bond between mother and child that can overcome all odds.

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  5. $18.25

    Many women hide the secret of abortion deep in their hearts and they are suffering severe consequences. They carry a great burden of shame and failure, afraid to reveal their hidden pain, and by doing so are forced to endure the long-lasting effects in isolation. Surrendering the Secret will allow women to release this burden and find freedom through 'redemptive community' while experiencing hope and joy, as shame and failure are replaced with beauty.

    Author Pat Layton, founder and president of A Woman's Place Ministries, helps women find the path to healing through honest interactive Bible study, meaningful group experiences, and caring community.

    Benefits:

    • Ideal for promotion during sanctity of human life emphasis
    • Ministry and recovery for women who have experienced pain and shame of abortion; helps them reconnect with church if they are not involved
    • Help ministry leaders know how to intentionally minister to women in pain and subsequent recovery and healing post-abortion
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    How does a Christian get into a situation in which choosing abortion seems reasonable? How can an abortion effect a person's life over the long haul? Joni unpacks her story in brutal honesty beginning with her happy childhood in a conservative Christian home, then delves into the uncertainties of unwed pregnancy as a young adult, humiliating judgment from the church, and the darkness of abortion. She peels back the myriad of layers of her experience that contributed to and influenced her in choosing abortion. As her life unfolds, Joni experiences anger, depression, loss of identity, and suicidal thoughts. Her childhood dream of marriage and family turns sour as she struggles to bond with her firstborn and ends up with two divorces. She had no idea about the traumatic effects of abortion until her life began to unravel. But where does one go for help with such shame? It must be kept a secret at all cost. Joni's story spirals through complications and dangerous despair, weaving in the whys and processing through the hows. The story continues as Joni experiences an awakening of hope and discovers that God's grace is big enough even for her. As the grief over her loss begins to heal, she invites others to join her on a healing journey. She shares stories of others whose lives were also devastated by abortion but likewise discovered profound healing. Joni Williams Shepherd leaves us with insight from her years of church experience in which abortion is rarely mentioned while life after life is traumatized by it inside Christianity. Joni finishes her story with a challenge to all of us that abortion debacle in the church is not too big for God. Everyone from pastor to lay person can become proactive in healing the wounds and running interference to prevent the future tragedy of abortion in the church.If you can relate to Christianity in any way, this book will inspire you. If you can relate to abortion in any way, this book will give you hope.NOTE: The stories in this book were extracted and expounded upon from Why Can't We Say the "A" Word in Church? Overcoming Our Dirtiest Secret with Hope and Grace which also contains the information about The Scenario of abortion and its ensuing trauma in the US and the world, The Dilemma the church faces in addressing abortion, and The Remedy for how to address abortion in the church comprehensively and with compassion.110 pages. Learn More
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    As the 2020 March for Life approaches on January 24 and FOF promotes Alive 2020, a 5-city event, Jim Daly visits with Jeanne Mancini, President of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund. They discuss the growing momentum in the pro-life cause... Learn More
  8. The Wonder Within You

    Carey Wickersham

    $24.99
    Many newly pregnant women believe mothering begins after the baby is born. As a result, their pregnancy is spent preparing the baby's room, buying a crib, and even attending childbirth classes. All of these activities are valuable and help to prepare f... Learn More
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    She knew they would only have a few fleeting months together, but in that time Sarah's unborn daughter would transform her understanding of beauty, worth, and the gift of life. Happily married and teaching history at the University of Oxford, Sarah... Learn More
  10. Regular Price: $19.95

    Special Price $14.96

    The question asked by this story is not "Is abortion wrong?" but rather "Do American citizens have the right to say that abortion is wrong?" -from the Introduction

    On Friday, March 20, 2009, fifteen months after the City of Oakland, California, passed a law making it illegal to approach a woman entering an abortion clinic without her consent, Walter B. Hoye II went to jail for standing on a public sidewalk outside an abortion clinic with a sign saying, "God loves you and your baby. Let us help you."

    The ordained Baptist minister could have accepted a lesser sentence of community service, provided he agreed never to return to the clinic. But he preferred spending thirty days in the county jail to forfeiting his constitutional right to free speech and his Christian duty to offer help to women in need, most of whom were black like him. Two higher courts eventually exonerated him: one overturned his criminal conviction and the other judged that the enforcement of the Oakland "bubble law" was unconstitutional.

    Walter's dramatic days in prison, where he lived and preached the Gospel and won the hearts of fellow inmates, is detailed in this book. The political machinations that created the bubble law and then entrapped Walter are also described, using public records. Both stories are told in the context of Walter's background as the descendant of black slaves and the disciple of his hero, Martin Luther King Jr., whose niece, Alveda, has written the foreword for this book.

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