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Pregnant and on Mission in Zika Territory: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
The outbreak hit Honduras during the third trimester of my long-awaited pregnancy.
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The outbreak hit Honduras during the third trimester of my long-awaited pregnancy. The outbreak hit Honduras during the third trimester of my long-awaited pregnancy.
Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
(UPDATE) On the last day of the General Conference, Methodists repeal four decades of Roe v Wade support.
We believe that continuance of a pregnancy that endangers the life or health of the mother, or poses other serious problems concerning the life, health, or mental capability of the child
How Pro-Life Activism Became Personal Again
After years of being ‘too busy’ to help, I found myself getting involved once more.
In 2002, I found myself in an all-day training session to become a peer counselor at my local crisis pregnancy center. Again, no thought was given to the pregnancy center.
Responding to the MTV Report on Our Abortion Data: A Guest Post by Scott McConnell
Are most women who get abortions Christians?
agreed that “pastors' teachings on forgiveness don't seem to apply to terminated pregnancies,” and 54 percent agreed that churches “over-simplify decisions about pregnancy options.”.
The Messy Drama and Trauma of New Life
Birth and baptism come at a painful cost.
Like almost everything else, pregnancy and childbirth are much harder and messier than we see in the media. Going into my first pregnancy, I knew that.
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How 1,000 Women Who Aborted Feel About the Local Church
Survey: Two in three evangelicals were attending monthly or more at the time of their first abortion.
On behalf of Care Net, a national network of crisis pregnancy centers, LifeWay Research surveyed more than 1,000 American women who have terminated one or more of their
Unplanned Pregnancy, Unplanned Grace
Wayward teenage years had me fearing I had lost my salvation.
Unplanned Pregnancy, Unplanned Grace. Wayward teenage years had me fearing I had lost my salvation. Christine A. Scheller/ April 13, 2015. Unplanned Pregnancy, Unplanned Grace
Goodbye 'Bathroom Bill': Houston Voters Reject New LGBT Protections
Inspired by subpoenaed sermons, conservative Christians overturn HERO.
housing, and public accommodation based on several categories (including some that already have federal protection status): race, age, gender, pregnancy, religion, sexual orientation
Weekend Edition: December 4, 2015
Women, Abortion, and the Church, applying the armor of God, and more.
of two children. Warren brings his experience to his work as CEO of Care Net, a 40-year-old national network of crisis pregnancy centers. CT senior editor
God Doesn’t Need You to Go Viral
Christian vloggers walk a fine line between sharing Christ and selling themselves.
It's easy to see why pregnancy announcement videos go viral: the over-the-top excitement, the celebration of love and new life, the fun, creative ways parents share their big news.
God’s Grace Through the Pain of Pregnancy
Nine months can feel like a long, dark valley.
Health & Body; Work. God's Grace Through the Pain of Pregnancy. Home > 2014 > November. Big D2112 / Flickr. 0; tweet; share; 0; print. God's Grace Through the Pain of Pregnancy.
‘As Long as the Baby’s Healthy’… But What if He’s Not?
One mom’s reflections on pregnancy and all that really matters.
'As Long as the Baby's Healthy'… But What if He's Not? Jun 4 2015. One mom's reflections on pregnancy and all that really matters. My pregnancy with him was different.
Abortion Pill Reversal Allows Women to Change Their Minds—and Saves Lives
Progesterone dose reverses mifepristone effects. Critics dismiss it as ‘junk science.’
LinePharma. Mifepristone is the first of two drugs women take to chemically end a pregnancy. Physicians use the abortion pill to end a pregnancy during the first 49 days of gestation.
A Doctor's View on Hormonal Contraception
The ethical and personal questions that arise with the advent of hormonal contraceptive methods.
minimizing side effects. Very few women ask about how a particular birth control works; they just want reassurance that pregnancy won't happen. It is
Morning Roundup 8/31/15
Unanswered Prayers; Syrian Refugees; Empathy Amidst Enmity
Our journey to parenthood was a difficult one, so when we finally got a positive pregnancy test (that by all appearances wasn't going to end in miscarriage) we were simply hopeful to
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The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Education
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
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