November 2, 1999...it has become glaringly apparent that now is the time for us, as an organization, to sail into the dangerous and uncharted waters that we have, perhaps intentionally, avoided. These are the “waters” of prolife principles as they relate to fertility control.
August 1, 1999To be prolife is to recognize the inherent dignity and value of every individual human life.
June 1, 1999The following article is excerpted from Ron's presentation at colleges that presents a moral perspective on the beginning of life geared toward a secular audience.
March 24, 1999"Let's go see the gap!" My friend, Bob, is a dentist but I was fairly certain he wasn't talking about dental work.
March 3, 1999Where Route 71 crosses over Payton Drive, at the bottom of the steeply sloping embankment, two boys, who were playing nearby, found the boxes. The boys bicycled home and said they had found boxes of “babies.”
February 1, 1998Ron was introduced first and had 15 minutes to present his prolife position.
January 4, 1998This week is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in America in 1973.
December 1, 1997Folks back then said it all started when I moved away from my parents at eighteen. They said I was young and stupid, and was pushed into crazy beliefs because I had no one to guide me.
August 1, 1997Over the years I’ve often been told that human life issues, such as abortion and euthanasia, are not what the church of Jesus Christ should be about. I was even told by a seminary student at my church, “These issues distract us from the main thing.”