Abortion is not a quick fix. It does not save reputations or relationships, in fact it does the opposite. Abortion being empowering? Think again.
I was a mess and started thinking of a way to get out of this position. Run away to a maternity home and start my life? I was so sad and had no one with me now. Not my parents, not my brothers, nor my baby father. I would sit in bed every night crying to hug my mother because I needed someone.
Peggy and Anna share their loss and how they found Freedom and Healing in Jesus.
Confronting my sin face to face, seeing the lives of my children, feeling the crushing weight, I realized that I was in desperate need of grace. So, I boldly went before the throne of Jesus, confessed my sin and repented. He met me with compassion and gave me the most incredible gift I have ever been given. Not a gift that I deserved, but one He freely gave to me anyway.
I used to be Pro Choice because I didn’t know any better. Christ has opened my eyes to the truth. I want to make it my life’s mission to save those who are unable to speak for themselves and to be a voice of reason to other young ladies.
I plan to attend a National Day of Remembrance in front of Planned Parenthood every year to give myself permission to mourn the loss of my baby girl. That’s something most post abortion survivors don’t give themselves. Now, I want to dedicate the rest of my life to ending abortion in our nation and the world.
Because of the healing and love I have received, and the healing and transformation I have witnessed first-hand in others, I am Silent NO more. I cannot be silent. The enemy convinced us through his tactics that abortion is the best option and then afterwards he condemns us for our actions leading us to feel worthless and empty.
During the abortion procedure I experienced a lot of pain. The clinic staff were not helpful or kind and did not act like they cared about me at all. I have vivid memories of the things I saw, heard and smelled that day.
Like the hemorrhaging woman from the New Testament of the Bible, I wanted to be healed. I don't want other young women to go through what I have experienced. Life is short, and every life is sacred and beautiful!
The abortion I had when I was just 19 really has ruined the rest of my life. Once upon a time I thought it might get better over time and maybe I might heal. I have not healed at all. It has been 15 years and I am as a sad and depress and despondent about the entire situation as I have ever been.
I am hopeful that by sharing my story, I will touch a broken heart that is longing for healing. Despite our bad choice, we all deserve to be happy, feel GOD's mercy, love and forgiveness. That's why I am silent no more! My son's life will not go in vain.
We listened as strangers in white coats cited a list of neonatal complications that would forever change our lives. Advised by a medical team at one of Seattle’s leading hospitals, there was only one choice presented – therapeutic medical termination.
I was trafficked, the person who took me was not my father, but told the clinic he was, they did not require any proof of age or legal guardianship.
Before I married, I was living in Florida and I went to the beach and let the waves wash over me as I silently Baptized my two aborted babies. I gave them Feminine Christian names (that I now cannot remember). I felt that both babies were girls.
I had an abortion because the father of the child abandoned me and I was ashamed and afraid to tell my parents. It seemed an easy solution, legally available, and a quick fix. I could pretend that nothing ever happened, or so I thought.
Because of forgiveness, I am free to feel that grief and acknowledge the remorse of my "choice". This acknowledgement means I no longer have to deny or hide that remorse. It means I no longer have to deny or numb that grief.
I see now how selfish I was in 2008 when I had the procedure!! Other people's opinion of me being a single mother was more important than the blessed child God had given me! How dare I murder a life that was not mine to take.
I was filled with regret before, during and after the procedure. The Silent No More Campaign gave me hope of someday receiving complete forgiveness, and through the blood of JESUS, I have received God's supernatural forgiveness and miracles.
We don't have to have an abortion to be involved in healing the nation and ending abortion. May the next 50 years be a legacy of life and not a legacy of death and may we all live by truth and not by lies. Angelina's summary from the 2019 March for Life in Ottawa.
Going through healing helped me to become more honest, to stop justifying, to stop deluding myself and others, and to stop pretending and hiding. I intend to carry on my life with a loving, receptive, and open heart and to be silent no more. Sharon's testimony from the 2019 March for Life in Ottawa
In that stained trail that follows you, there is also a “leading.” it is a leading in either of two directions. It leads to your own death and destruction (and when I say death here, I’m talking about your soul and your conscience) or, it can lead to repentance in healing and freedom.
Nothing worked to erase the reality that I had been complicit in taking the life of my own baby. I am on a journey of healing which I imagine will continue my whole life. Testimony from Frances at the March for Life in Ottawa 2019.
It is my prayer that abortion will be abolished in North America through hearts and minds changed by exposing this most horrific injustice against humanity - and that is why I am silent no more. Melody's testimony from the 2019 March for Life in Ottawa.
I couldn't ignore my abortion anymore. There is a gap in our thinking. The value of a human in the womb is not determined by whether a mother wants the child. Thinking a child in the womb is not a human doesn’t change the facts. Annette's testimony from the 2019 March for Life in Ottawa.
I know that abortion is not the answer and had healing through confession and helping fatherless children. That is why I am silent no more: Scott's testimony from the 2019 March for Life in Ottawa.