Adoption is Heroic November is National Adoption Awareness Month. We often say adoption is a wonderful and loving option, but it certainly could be described as “heroic.” We received this letter, written by a student as a class assignment to write an essay about a 
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We look forward to this time of year as it’s a time for family, giving, being thankful, and celebrating. We may spend extra time on the Thanksgiving turkey this year because our in-laws are coming from out of town, and we want to go all 
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November is National Adoption Awareness Month. You can celebrate and bring awareness to adoption by sharing the stories of people who have been impacted by adoption. This is a great opportunity for churches and schools to get involved by sharing their own community’s stories. Most 
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Download brochure PDF When an abortionist rips off the arm of a baby, can she feel it? The question of fetal pain is very important. Obviously, the unborn child is a human being, developing in the womb. At what point can these children feel pain? 
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Since the 1980s, October has been Down Syndrome Awareness Month. For the past five decades, October has been a time for the abilities and accomplishments of people with Down syndrome to be celebrated. Not just this month, but every day, we celebrate the accomplishment of 
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On September 1st at midnight, Texas became the first state in the nation to have its heartbeat law go into effect. To get to this point the law not only had to pass through the Texas Legislature, but also through the federal courts – a 
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Last week, details from the 2020 census made news everywhere. The population count is monumentally important for a variety of critical public policies. Of particular focus in this decade’s census are the racial and ethnic numbers. The diversification of America was the top media takeaway 
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***Updated 9/15/21 Every voter should be aware of where candidates stand on critical issues, and no issue is more critical than our right to life. Where does President Joe Biden stand? Mexico City Policy In one of his first acts in office, President Biden repealed 
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On July 29, U.S. House of Representatives voted 219-208 to exclude the Hyde Amendment from the federal budget. This means that pro-abortion leaders and officials are one step closer to forcing taxpayers—you—to pay for other people’s abortions. The vote included multiple prolife appropriation amendments like 
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Michigan’s surrogacy laws have become a subject of a few media stories in recent months. On the surface, helping couples who are having trouble conceiving by allowing surrogacy may sound good in theory, but in practice surrogacy creates an entirely new group of victims. In 
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