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One in five Americans….

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“Last year The Great Gatsby movie took in $349 million at the box office, which is $23 million more than the total assets of Planned Parenthood as of June 30, 2013. Still, that $326 million makes for a strong current against which crisis pregnancy centers need to row. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last line of The Great Gatsby describes where defenders of life are: “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”

But might the past also be the future?”

Read more here from the article by Marvin Olasky at WORLD Magazine

Here’s the kicker line: 

“In other words, if abortion had been as rampant a century ago as now, at least one of five Americans would not be here.”


Our future faces generations of

lost teachers and mentors, lost evangelists and preachers,

lost mechanics and physicists and astronomers,

lost parents and lost spouses,

lost doctors and healers and caregivers,

lost writers and poets, lost musicians, lost theologians, lost inventors and dreamers,

lost athletes,

lost missionaries,

lost builders of empires and caretakers of the disenfranchised.


A future that has already been depreciated.


Written by mrsdkmiller

January 14, 2014 at 12:32 pm

What can make people do a complete 180 on abortion?

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Using the argument that the American holocaust, abortion, is allowable because the same brainwashed, self-centered thoughtlessness that characterized Germany in the 30s and 40s is rampant in our culture today, Ray Comfort employs reasoning and didactic dialogue to present the case for saving babies in the womb at all cost.

via Defending/Contending

Written by mrsdkmiller

September 25, 2011 at 4:09 pm

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