What’s Packer Got To Do With It?

Over the course of a year, God was leading us along in learning more about adoption and seeing how we personally could be involved. I was working through the information I received and was aware of the growing burden I had to help expectant mothers who were in a difficult circumstance. While God was doing... Continue Reading →

Nobody Said Choosing Life Was Easy

(Note: This article originally appeared here in January 2013. It is a significant part of the story of our adoption journey and we want it documented in this current series.)On this 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court's landmark decision legalizing abortion on demand in all fifty states, I want to publicly thank my mom for... Continue Reading →

What Schaefer Taught Us – Part 3

In April 2013, we were thankful to see American Family Planning at 4132 Schaefer, close its doors for good. Stricter legislation to regulate abortions was instrumental in this closure, since Dr. Ann didn't want to comply with the new requirements. We knew God had answered our prayers and was even being merciful to those who... Continue Reading →

What Schaefer Taught Us – Part 2

Margaret Sanger, former President of Planned Parenthood, said infamously in the 1930s, "Colored people are like human weeds and need to be exterminated."Her goal of genocide and Hilter-like eugenics has been alarmingly successful with more African-American babies being aborted than born in places like New York City.The strategic placement of abortion clinics in minority areas... Continue Reading →

We Have Obama To Thank

As Pastor Ken says, "Everybody works for God."And President Obama is no exception.The November election of 2012 was formative for us. A pro-abortion president was reelected for another 4-year term. As I stated in Sunday's post, earlier in 2012, we had briefly explored 40 Days for Life as one option for how to more actively... Continue Reading →

I’ll Go There

In yesterday's post, I mentioned that I had some uneducated apprehensions about pursuing adoption. I'm going to be honest about these apprehensions because I think it will be helpful. It's easy to post articles like I've see float around social media on "What NOT to Say to Adoptive Parents," but truthfully, I'm going to be... Continue Reading →

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