Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Fetal Development

At Healthy Futures for Woman, abortionist Stephen Hindes would have you believe that abortion will solve your "problem." It won't.

Instead, it will create a new problem. You will be the mother of a dead child and will have to live with that the rest of your life.

Look at the following video on fetal development. The child in the womb is not a blob of tissue or clump of cells. A separate, distinct human being lives inside it's mother.

These children deserve to live.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

My Chance

Abortion may rob you of your only chance to have a baby.

This powerful video tells the story.



Abortion is not the answer. Check the links to the right for lifegiving alternatives.

Click here for the story behind the song.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Abortionists Ignore Real Needs of Women

Here is a great article from Citizenlink about the true needs of women seeking abortion:

Abortionists Ignore Real Needs of Women

They do not touch on the root causes that drive women to abortion clinics.

Abortion businesses speak in a compassionate-sounding way about women who are "driven" to abortion — by the loss of a job, lack of health care, low income or lack of support from the father of the child — but they do nothing to address the root causes that lead these women to think abortion is their only option.

Several news reports have documented the rise in abortions as the economy has soured.

Paula Gianino, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region, said the recession clearly was a factor behind the rising abortion numbers late last year at the six clinics she oversees, Newsday reported.

Planned Parenthood of Illinois said that in January it performed the highest number of abortions in its history, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Feminists for Life (FFL) believes women deserve better.

"Abortion providers have failed to connect women to the help they need and want," FFL President Serrin Foster wrote to supporters. "We mourn with these women, and for the children they will never meet."

Foster said abortion doesn't solve any real problems.

"These women still face the same economic strife," she said. "They (go) back to work for the same employers who didn't accommodate their needs. They (go) home to the same husbands or partners who wouldn't or couldn't provide the support they needed and deserved."

Foster said abortionists talk about women who are poor and in need of prenatal care, but life advocates can provide real help.

"You and I can tell women in need that pregnancy resource centers help lead women through the maze of available resources," she said.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Visit the Feminists for Life Web site.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Think for Yourself! – Steve Hindes


Steve Hindes the abortionist is also an author. He wrote a book called Think for Yourself! The subtitle is, An Essay on Cutting through the Babble, the Bias, and the Hype.

I checked it out from the library to see what he had to say. I honestly tried to read the book but it gave me one big yawn. I just couldn’t force myself to finish it. I do have my limits on what I’m willing to suffer in doing my research.

As I scanned through it, it seemed that there was a lot of proclamation going on. Steve can be very opinionated. That’s fine, but don’t act like you are trying to get me to think for myself when you are telling me what to think.

I looked around to see what others thought. I found this blog post that summed up the book very well.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Raise your hand against abortion

The truth about abortion is very simple.

Steve Hindes at Healthy Futures for Women knows the truth. He sees it every time he pulls a tiny baby apart. The money to be made blinds the eyes to the simple truth.



Raise your hand to stop abortion. Join with others in telling the truth and do something to protect mothers and their babies.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Steve Hindes - watch this video

This 12 year old girl is much smarter than the abortionist who kills babies for a living.

Or is it that they know what is true but deny it?



I wonder what Steve Hindes and the people at Healthy Futures for Women would say about this?

What do you say?