‘If it was wanted, it was a baby; if it wasn’t, it was a fetus’

CNSNews.com reports that retired Ob-Gyn Dr. Kathi Aultman told the 46th annual March for Life that “The only time I had any qualms about doing abortions was during my neonatal rotation where I was trying to save babies the same gestational age as those I was aborting.”

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Then she began to notice that unmarried women who kept their babies did well, in contrast to those who were dealing with the physical and psychological consequences of abortion, CNS reports.

“A woman cannot kill her child and remain unscathed,” Altman added. “There are millions of women in the United States who have had abortions. … They’re hurting and need your help and compassion. They need to know that God wants to heal and restore them. Thank you for protecting those who cannot protect themselves, those who wouldn’t have a chance to live if you did nothing.”

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Antoine Williams: R. Kelly, sexual assault, and #truejustice

Our God’s Revolution podcast episode on the R. Kelly rape allegations is live. Antoine Williams of Blueprint Church in Atlanta offers some fascinating insights about why the power and status of some members of the black community protect known abusers and prevent victims from obtaining justice. He also discusses how God’s people can take steps to break the cycle of abuse and start multiplying #truejustice in their communities. Find the new episode by clicking here.

The Economics of Neighborly Love

“Tom Nelson masterfully holds in tension the beauty of God’s economic design with the realities of economic brokenness in our world.” — Jonathan Rich, The Salvation Army

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