A Look Back: Season 1

A Look Back: Season 1 Revisit Charnette Messe, who was diagnosed with breast cancer and then learned the abortion she had years ago may be the cause. Find out how she and her family are doing now, almost a year … Continue reading

Blessings from Adversity

Blessings from Adversity Spina bifida, the most common permanently disabling birth defect, literally means “split spine.” It occurs when the developing baby’s spinal column doesn’t close completely, allowing damage to the nerves and spinal cord. More than half of parents … Continue reading

Late-Term Abortions

Late-Term Abortions Though most Americans know Roe v. Wade made abortion legal, few know it is legal through the ninth month of pregnancy, up until birth itself. To investigate late-term abortions, we met with key congressional leaders in Washington, DC, … Continue reading

No Regrets

No Regrets We talked with several mothers who, years ago, faced unplanned pregnancies and chose life for their children despite their circumstances. Dee was pregnant as a teenager. Though the situation was less than desirable, she didn’t have an abortion. … Continue reading

Operation Frontline

Operation Frontline Abortion kills 125,000 unborn babies in the New York City area each year, making it the “Abortion Capital of America.” Expectant Mother Care, a network of pregnancy care centers located throughout New York City, was the first group … Continue reading