I was contacted recently by Wilberforce Publications who asked me if I'd heard about their latest release. I hadn't. So, they explained, children's book ‘Noah and the Nestling’ by Mary Williamson seeks to teach the value of human life to the very young. WP generously sent me a free copy, and being about to release... Continue Reading →
There, I’ve done it. I’ve broken my vow of silence. I vowed never to openly discuss that dirty l-word, for I don’t like angry mobs. We’re all especially snappy and out of sorts these days. Best hide my opinions behind my probably-not-medical-grade surgical mask, and carry on. I’ve tried (and often failed) to do that... Continue Reading →
It’s been an interesting week for the abortion industry. It came to light that a woman is considering taking legal action against major abortion provider Marie Stopes, after an extremely traumatic experience taking ‘DIY’ abortion pills. In a press release by Christian Concern, ‘Sophie’, who had to have surgery after taking the pills, says she felt she wasn’t... Continue Reading →
“Like a boil that must be opened with all its ugliness to the natural medicines of air and light, injustice must be exposed to the light of human conscience before it can be cured.” - Martin Luther King Jr It’s been a long time since I posted anything - RealLifeTM and other projects have jostled... Continue Reading →
This is the second part of my bumper abortion-resource double-post. If you missed part one, you can find it here. This section aims to look at informed choice, to provide you with some information about the abortion industry and resources to equip you further. What information is given to a woman seeking an abortion? If... Continue Reading →
If you read my previous post on abortion, you might wish to delve a little deeper into this issue. If you haven't read it, you can do so here.
This time, I decided to simply let the facts speak for themselves. I hope you'll find the following two bumper posts a helpful resource on the subject.
Here it is. The topic you probably wish I hadn't touched. Messy. Divisive. Emotionally loaded. When I was younger, abortion was quite an abstract word. Of course, I knew what it was, but it was vague. I knew little then about life in the womb and even less about what an abortion procedure really is. Once I got informed, my heart was changed for good.