Father, speaking of 3rd child: “We had been thinking about [abortion], but …”
Another baby saved. A 30-something father of 3 children spoke with CBR staffer Jane Bullington about his 3rd child, yet to be born. “We had been thinking about [abortion], but I didn’t know it was like this,” he said, “I know we can’t do this.”
GAP at the University of Tennessee always allows us to win the hearts of men and women like this one, saving their children and also their familes. He is not evil as much as he is ignorant. Or should we say, “as much as he was ignorant,” before we showed him the truth.
Thanks to all who support our work and help save babies and families like this one.
Confused Christians. We always encounter Christians who believe showing abortion pictures is too extreme. It never occurs to them that the complacency among Christians is the real extremism. The good news is that some are willing to learn. One such student said, “I think you should take the pictures down and just talk to folks.” But we were able to speak with this young man about the need to pierce through denial, the recognition of sin, forgiveness, healing, and repentance (changed behavior). After hearing more, he finally admitted, “I hate the pictures, but you have a valid point.” “”
Another was not so open-minded. She wrote “Micah 6:8” on a huge piece of cardboard, and used it to shield the pictures from passersby who requested the “service.” Micah 6:8 says “He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Not sure what she thought is just about baby-killing, or what is merciful about complacency, or what is humble about disobeying God’s commend to hold back those headed to slaughter (Proverbs 24:11-12).
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