Resources: prolife resources

A Life Given . . .

By John Woodbridge | December 16, 2001
On the Slave Coast of West Africa in 1880, a land governed by witchcraft and superstition and where human life was cheap, torture by poisoning and boiling oil was the order of the day. 

Saving Babies and Saving Sinners

By John Piper | October 5, 2001
This morning after breakfast I was again distressed, very distressed, at the thought of the thousands of unborn children that are legally crushed to death by sterile medical instruments. 

A Mother's Memorial to Her Aborted Child

By Angi Courville | September 16, 2001
I am not a brave person. More often than not, when God has a difficult assignment for me, I pull a Moses: “I can’t, Lord!...why me???” Recently He gave me a chance to stretch a little.

Early Church Teachings on Abortion

By Randy Alcorn | December 12, 2000
“You shall love your neighbor more than your own life. You shall not slay the child by abortion.” — Barnabas [c. 70-138], Epistles

What “Prolife” Means

By Colleen Parro | August 1, 1999
To be prolife is to recognize the inherent dignity and value of every individual human life.

At the Gap

By Ron Norquist | 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.

54 Babies

By George F. Will | March 3, 1999
Where 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.”