Inspire with Your Attire

By Susan Ciancio Two days from now, the joyous faces of young adults, families, and maybe even some of your coworkers will light up your day. These faces will be wearing smiles as they proudly show their support for God’s precious gift of life. What is so special about Friday, April 20? That day is […]

Blimey, They Did It Again

By Jim Sedlak A year ago, the world prayed for 11-month-old Charlie Gard and his parents. Charlie had suffered brain damage and was breathing with the assistance of a ventilator at a hospital in the United Kingdom. Charlie’s parents wanted to take him for experimental treatments, had raised a million dollars through crowd-funding, and had […]

I’ve Got Your Back

By Jim Sedlak A few years ago, I was speaking with a well-known pro-life leader who quit a good paying job in the secular world to devote himself full time to the pro-life effort. That decision is a tough one, especially if you have a family with small children, as this man did. I asked […]

Child Abuse Prevention

By Jim Sedlak In the United States, the month of April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. According to the Childhelp website: “In 1979, through encouragement and hard work by Childhelp Founders Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson (joined by legendary actress Sophia Loren), President Jimmy Carter designated the first National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Four years […]

Let the Supreme Court Decide

By Jim Sedlak There is a tendency among the general pro-life community, including myself, to focus all legal battles on the makeup of the Supreme Court. It was, after all, the Roe and Doe decisions of the Supreme Court in 1973 that unleashed decriminalized abortion on this country. So, if we are going to make […]

Millions of Crucifixions

By Judie Brown It has often been said that without the crucifixion there would be no Resurrection. This is what we witness during the three days beginning with Holy Thursday and culminating on Easter Sunday morning. The word crucifixion, defined as an “extreme and painful punishment” resulting in death, was the form of capital punishment […]