"I worked and worked to be the perfect wife and mother and step mother. I overachieved constantly at my work. I was still miserable, and my children and husband knew what people saw on the outside was not who I really was." Vicki's 2019 Walk for Life testimony
"Planned Parenthood didn't help me, the other Women's Clinic didn't
help me, the abortions didn't help me - the love of the staff at the Pregnancy Care Center
did more than help me, it led me to real salvation and healing, and
that is why I am Silent No More!"
"I can't begin to tell you how damaging abortion is and how many of
us out here are hurting because of a decision we made that we thought was the
right thing to do at the time."
"But I trust that God will send the right healing program my way, and I
will testify forever, on behalf of my child whose voice was ripped
away. On that child’s behalf, I will be silent no more."
Danielle shares her story of loss and healing after her abortion.
"I also held onto much anger and resentment towards the baby’s father, as well as at myself for the abortion. I then rededicated my life to Christ. I made Him my Lord. I gave
that anger to Him. I felt free. I WAS free. I was a new creation in Him."
"During the abortion experience, I felt very numb. It felt as if there
wasn't a positive emotion in existence. Even before arriving at the
clinic, I felt heavy grief, self-hatred and regret."
"The responsibility for my actions rests solely upon my shoulders, and I
willingly accept that. I have vowed to do everything in my power to
prevent any of my children and grandchildren from having or
participating in an abortion."
Meg chose adoption for one of her children but abortion for another--now she shares her grief over her choice and the culture of death.
Nicole had an abortion as a teenager--but the clinic did not tell her about the suicidal thoughts, emotional pain, and infertility that would follow. This is Nicole's testimony at the March for Life 2014.
"I lived out these consequences of my abortion, surrounded by people all
the time, yet lonely as could be and scared to death, scared that I would be found out." Peggy's testimony at the March for Life 2014.