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    How UnPlanned Helped Me

    Earlier today I went and saw UnPlanned at my local theater. I wanted to help support pro-life causes and I figured this was a good way to go about it. After all, I pay $10 to see a Marvel movie once or twice a year and those movies are rather meaningless in the long run. So, why not spend $10 to see a movie with an exceedingly positive message on an important topic? The movie made an impression on me, but perhaps not in the way it did for many others. The movie contains some imagery that is somewhat graphic, it depicts the reality of abortion for many women. It…

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    Memories Of My Children

    When I began vacuuming today I noticed my two year old son sitting on the rug by our stairs with a book in his lap. The book is about one-third the size of his entire body. As he sat there pouring over the pictures in his book, a peaceful yet intent expression on his face, the sun shone it’s light through a nearby window and highlighted the tips of his pale-yellow hair. The image was so sweet and genuine that it caused me to feel a little choked-up. It also got me thinking about memories I have of each of my children, and of how those memories will likely keep…

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    Devaluing Life

    Gone are the days of abortion advocates claiming that what is being destroyed by an abortion is just a “clump of cells.” There can be no more arguing about the “viability” of an unborn baby’s life. Democrats just voted against legislation that would have protected infants born alive after an attempted abortion. A baby, living, breathing outside the womb can now be the victim of an abortion. “Safe, legal, and rare” used to be the mantra of the pro-abortion movement. If they ever did truly want it that way, it is evident they no longer do. Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in America, they kill over 300,000 babies…