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Saving Lives Is Jesus’ Forte

Superbowl commercials have gained a large audience over the years and 2010 was no exception.  People – lots of people – were watching.  The difference this particular year was that Focus On The Family had scheduled a rare “pro-family” commercial to be aired.  As news got out, the commercial was ...

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#Fast_ForwardAmerica, We Can Do Better

I follow and write about politics for The Bottom Line. I am blessed to be able to write about what interests me. At times, however, I must admit it can be a challenge. Every day there seems to be yet another scandal, injustice, or example of incompetence – and the spin that ...

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Abortion and Teens

The summer of 1990, I was 16 years old and pregnant. I knew abortion was legal, but I needed to know all of my choices. I visited a crisis pregnancy center and knew I had only 3 options, abortion, adoption, and parenting. In this article, I will discuss the physical, ...

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Turning From Abortion to Pro-Life

Turning From Abortion to Pro-Life By John Livingston Clark Abby Johnson worked at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan, Texas for nine years, beginning as a volunteer and eventually becoming clinic director. She was named employee of the year in 2008. After watching an abortion on ultrasound at 13 weeks, ...

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