Molly Anne Dutton shouldn’t be here today. Not according to the opinion polls. Even many pro-life Christians make an exception that would have snuffed out her life.
Her mother survived every woman’s nightmare: sexual assault. But then her agony was compounded with a positive pregnancy test. As if the situation could get worse, her husband told her to get an abortion or sign the divorce papers.
With the help of Lifeline Children’s Services in Birmingham, Alabama, Molly Anne’s mother chose to carry her to term and give her up for adoption. Due to their service on Lifeline’s board, Molly Anne’s adoptive parents knew of her situation and decided to adopt her.
Two decades later, Molly Anne was elected homecoming queen this fall at Auburn University. Her “Light Up LIFE” campaign sought to educate women about their options when faced with unplanned pregnancy.
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