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The Words of a Friend – by Vicky Kaseorg

The young lady sat in her car on the curb up the street from the abortion center. I came alongside the car and called to her, “I saw you came out of the abortion center. We have help and hope. Would you be willing to talk to me?” She rolled down her window and told me she was not there for an abortion. I asked her if she had been there for a friend. She

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From Pain & Depression to Life & Joy – by Sarah Boeke

I want to share a story of life & joy that came out of a situation of pain and depression. Mama D got pregnant at just 20 years old. She was raised in Philadelphia, and in her late teens, she lived in a shelter for some time. Her relationship with her family wasn’t great, and she ended up moving in with her boyfriend.  She was dealing with heavy depression and suicidal thoughts when she found out

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When Hope is Gone, God Shows Up – by Vicky Kaseorg

A Hispanic couple stopped for me on the road in front of the abortion center. Using my broken Spanish, I was able to convince them that their child was precious to God and that God would never have them take their child’s life. As often happens, the pro-abortion crowd screamed at them that they could not stop in the road and they needed to move on. They told them everything I said was a lie,

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If These Become Silent the Rocks Will Cry Out – by Vicky Kaseorg

I was manning the post up the street when I saw a car pull over and park on the curb. I meandered over, always a little hesitant to approach a stopped car. It could be anyone. However, she rolled down her window, so I asked if she was headed to the abortion center. She said she was. She told me she supported what we were doing. However, she said her case was different. She had

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Jane Meets Roe – by Vicky Kaseorg

Jane Roe of the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case deciding that abortion would be the law of the land in 1973 died a few years ago. Norma McCorvey was Jane Roe. Unknown to many people, she never had an abortion, though her name will be forever identified with that terrible Supreme Court decision that led to the deaths of millions of babies by abortion. She was a very troubled woman, and certainly a pawn used by the abortion industry.

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A Historic Day – by Vicky Kaseorg

My team was on the sidewalk speaking as we always do on behalf of the unborn when we got the news. Roe v Wade had been overturned by a 6/3 decision of the Supreme Court. As soon as I got the text, which was seconds after the decision, I raised my arm and pointed to the heavens. My team instantly knew what I was communicating. I went and hugged each member, overcome with joy. We

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