The Victims and Survivors of Abortion

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.


  1. christopher Griffin April 13, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    This is the best summary of abortion vs life that I have ever seen. Thank you cultureshift.


  2. When I was a teenager, I had plans of going into the military, hoping to be sent overseas, and never return to the United States, unless deceased. I guess I wanted to escape all ridicule of how I was so stupid, ugly, and the list goes on and on. I actually believed I was useless. I hated myself and my life. I guess you could say my real plan was to commit suicide in the military, by someone else’s hands.
    Then, I got pregnant. At first, not only was I frightened and afraid of what my parents would say or do, but I was also disgusted. Wasn’t thinking about the fact that the good Lord did love me and just saved my life by giving me a beautiful gift. I didn’t catch hold of that until my parents did find out. As anyone would guess, yes, they were upset. Then, I told them what I had planned to do after high school. As my Mom cried because of what I told her, she said that the Lord just saved my life. Yes, my twins did save me, in more ways than one. Life is a beautiful choice! I’m glad I lived and I am glad I gave birth. I kept my twins, made something of my life, and married a wonderful man.


    1. Thanks again Laurie for more parts of your beautiful testimony….. I totally believe that God saved you from the service…
      I wanted to join the military simply because I had nothing better to do. When I went to pick my job, the computers had all crashed & they sent us home until a later date!… I never went back & got pregnant.. Though I was embarassed, and the father tried to get me to have an abortion which I refused; being pregnant gave me purpose in life; I felt needed & like I had been given a great gift… I ended up being the only family member that gave my mother a grandchild before she died of cancer at age 45. After she died, my Aunt told me that my son was the light of my mother’s life, & that she lived for him.. These words made me cry…
      Motherhood is a noble profession. We need more devoted mothers… God works in mysterious & wonderful ways if we have the heart to listen & we trust him with the outcome no matter how we feel at the time…


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