Are you ready for the first post-Roe v. Wade 40 Days for Life campaign? While the Dobbs decision was a historic victory for abortion-vulnerable moms and babies, there’s still a lot of work to be done before abortion ends for good.
On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we discuss what’s different about 40 Days for Life in the new post-Roe world!
We also recap some highlights--and lowlights--of the March for Life UK.
Bad, selfish men benefit the most from abortion…but many good men have lost children to abortions they never wanted because our culture and our laws deny fathers a voice on the topic. On this podcast, we discuss the hidden victims of abortion--the men powerless to save their children from abortion.
40 Days for Life participants aren't the only Americans launching their first post-Roe campaign. Planned Parenthood and its allies are attempting to scare the public into embracing abortion.
Attack ads across the country warn about "EXTREMISTS" who oppose abortion even in the first trimester and even in the case of rape or incest. But on this podcast, we look at what the abortion industry says about abortion so you can decide who the real extremists are.
Is contraception a "blessing" that prevents the "need" for abortion...or just another poisonous fruit of the sexual revolution?
On Season 5, Episode 18 of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, "Contraception: the Elephant in the Room," we provided a comprehensive explanation of why pro-lifers should say “no” to contraception.
That podcast inspired one listener and her fiancé to reconsider society's nearly universal acceptance of birth control and to embrace openness to life in their marriage. On this episode, Hannah Morales shares:
The blessings that being open to life brought to her marriage--and to her relationship with Christ;
How studying Scripture and church history cemented her conviction that contraception isn't part of God's plan for marriage and family;
Her advice for other young engaged and married couples nervous about entrusting their fertility to the Lord.
Rejecting contraception is countercultural, but Hannah's courageous testimony shows why it's a pathway to joy and intimacy.