Baby saved in unexpected way, story heard in unexpected place
We know that babies are saved. But God tells us their stories in unexpected places.
“I know that guy from somewhere.”
Kate Kennamer is a former staff member and long-time CBR volunteer. She was having lunch in a local eatery with her family not long ago. She kept looking at the waiter. Why was his face so familiar?
Abortion pictures at the U of Tennessee gave this young man the resolve to be that champion for his little sister … and her baby.
Finally, she couldn’t take it any more. “Do I know you from somewhere?”
Turns out, he had been thinking the same thing. “I was thinking that we have met somewhere.”
But where? Finally, Kate remembered. “Did you talk to somebody about abortion over at UT for about 3 hours one afternoon?”
“Yes, that’s where we met! I was hoping I would run into you somewhere, but I didn’t know how to reach you.”
Soon after their encounter on campus, this young man’s 17-year-old sister had revealed to the family that she was pregnant. Big brother was ready.
“I don’t want you to think that I’m pro-life or anything … but I couldn’t let her get that abortion. I kept thinking about those pictures and I couldn’t let her do it.”
Of course, big brothers don’t have ultimate control over these matters. But so many young women are desperate for somebody to give them some option other than death. So often, a woman in crisis just wants somebody to be her champion, not only for herself but for her child as well. Abortion pictures at the University of Tennessee gave this young man the resolve to be that champion for his little sister … and her baby.
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