What You Need to Know Before an Abortion Decision

What You Need to Know Before an Abortion Decision

Surgical abortion is a medical procedure that is associated with risks for the mother, some of which are long-term. Below are three risk factors every woman should know prior to an abortion decision. These risks are not typically shared with women prior to an abortion procedure.  We are working to change that to ensure all…

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Will God Forgive Me After Choosing Abortion?

Will God Forgive Me After Choosing Abortion?

Many women who have been wounded by a past abortion decision often ask, “Will God forgive me after choosing abortion?”  God sees you.  He knows your past and the pain and guilt you might be carrying.  And He loves you and wants to restore you. Here are a few scripture verses to help you see the true heart of God for…

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Stages of Pregnancy Development in the Womb

Stages of Pregnancy Development in the Womb

The stages of pregnancy development in the womb are a beautiful design by God. Below is a breakdown of your baby’s development in the womb month-to-month. First Trimester (conception – 12 weeks) Month One (conception – 4 weeks) As the baby grows, a water-tight sac forms around it, gradually filling with fluid. This…

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Infant Sleep Safety

Infant Sleep Safety

Ensuring parents have the knowledge to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is of vital importance for infant sleep safety. We are here to help! Parents everywhere can keep their precious babies safe by following these simple guidelines: Place baby on his or her back When placed on their backs…

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What are the Risks of the Abortion Pill?

What are the Risks of the Abortion Pill?

Just as with surgical abortions, the use of the abortion pill can result in complications. Before making the decision to use the morning after pill, Misoprostol, Ulipristal, RU 486, or Plan B, it's best to speak with someone who is not going to judge you, but who will do their best to get you the information you need to be safe. About…

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Infant Car Seat Safety

Infant Car Seat Safety

Making sure children are properly buckled in a car seat, booster seat, or seat belt–whichever is appropriate for their weight, height, and age is essential for infant car seat safety. Rear-Facing Car Seats Use a rear-facing car seat from birth until ages 2–4. For the best possible protection, infants and toddlers…

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