The Unplanned Movie: A Story of Abortion and Redemption

The Unplanned Movie: A Story of Abortion and Redemption

As I watched Unplanned, I was drawn into the story of Abby Johnson as she rose from an eager college student volunteer to a leader of Planned Parenthood in Bryan, TX. Based on her book, the movie walks through Abby’s early career – from her volunteering to client counselor and eventually Director. Interwoven is the… Read More

Fetal Surgery: Saving Lives in the Womb

Fetal Surgery: Saving Lives in the Womb

Fetal surgery, the practice of surgically repairing complex defects while a child is still within the womb, is an incredible feat of modern science. Through intricate effort, more and more babies are brought into the world with hopeful outlooks for the future. Fetal surgery is miraculous in nature as it reminds us of the great… Read More

5 Quotes about Moms for Mother’s Day

5 Quotes about Moms for Mother’s Day

Where in the world would we be without our moms? They work hard, give the best hugs, and encourage us to be strong and brave and honest. We are endlessly thankful for our mothers and all they have sacrificed to give us the very best of everything. In honor of Mother’s Day, we’ve compiled a… Read More

What Jesus Said About Love

What Jesus Said About Love

February is the month of love. We often think about how much we love our spouses, our kids, our family or friends during this time. But we tend to forget about our love for Jesus and His love for us. Part of our Christian duty is to show God’s love to others – in all… Read More

How to Utilize Facebook for March for Life

How to Utilize Facebook for March for Life

March for Life is a nationally recognized event and protest for the right to life of all humans. If you’re interested in creating your own March for Life event, outlined below is how to promote messaging and the basics of leveraging Facebook advertising for the event. We also recommend bookmarking this page so you can… Read More

9 Things We Learned About Pro-Life Marketing In 2017

9 Things We Learned About Pro-Life Marketing In 2017

The digital realm is constantly changing, but with constant change comes many learning opportunities and experiences – especially for the pro-life movement. Below we’ve outlined the top 9 things we learned about pro-life marketing in 2017. 1. How to combat Expose Fake Clinics Week In the event of Expose Fake Clinics Week (or any emergency crisis),… Read More

Crisis Management Tips for PHCs

Crisis Management Tips for PHCs

Over the past week, pro-choice extremists targeted pregnancy help centers through online attacks, phone calls, and protests at the center’s physical locations. The protesters created a website called ExposeFakeClinics.com that detailed information about the location, contact information and online profiles of more than 4,000 pregnancy help centers worldwide. The flood of confrontational conversations and negative… Read More

Hope, Faith and Love: Heartbeat 2017

Hope, Faith and Love: Heartbeat 2017

I looked at the familiar skyline of Chicago and, all of a sudden, started to name the different landmarks.  Years ago, I saw this city as a place where the “big leagues” worked and played that had nothing to do with me.  I peered in from the outside, not wishing to be a part of… Read More

God’s Own Moron

God’s Own Moron

“Please allow me to introduce myself I’m a man of [not much] wealth and [of a little] taste” – The Rolling Stones The story of St Raymond’s Society begins with “two bald guys walk into a restaurant”, as described on our website. So, to paraphrase the above quote, please allow me introduce myself… I’m the… Read More

Whispers of Hope for the Unborn

Whispers of Hope for the Unborn

For the first time in years, the fight for the sanctity of life is gaining recognition. On Dec. 6, Ohio lawmakers passed the Heartbeat Bill, which serves to prohibit abortion as soon as fetal heartbeat can be detected—typically around 6 weeks. One week later, Ohio Governor John Kasich vetoed the bill. But there’s still hope…. Read More

I Used to Dream of a Better Life

I Used to Dream of a Better Life

My Grandmother was orphaned when she was just months old and was given to an aunt who raised her to be independent and strong.  She didn’t have any tangible luxuries, but she had the turquoise colored ocean and the cool breeze of her island.  Her aunt became sick and Grandma was designated by the elders… Read More

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