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If You Can't Win, Cheat

A law has passed in California that now will make its way to the governor for signature. He is most likely to sign it. The law requires pregnancy care centers (those whose mission it is to encourage women not to kill their unborn children) to post in large letters (font size is mandated in the law) information (including phone numbers) as to where women can obtain abortions. 783 more words

Kingdom Of God

Celebrate the "Not Yet" - by Andrew Wood

The title of this post points to a joyful theological truth. I hear these words, “not yet”, and I am compelled by my God to move, to work, and to love. 717 more words

Hope Resource Center - General

Thank you! - by Andrew Wood

The past few weeks I have received a number of notes from people in our community and surrounding areas simply saying thank you to HOPE for the work we do. 621 more words

Hope Resource Center - General

Going Deeper - by Lu Anne Tilson

One of Hope Resource Center’s greatest joys is coming alongside women as they choose to carry their babies by offering necessary, on-going support at absolutely no cost. 686 more words

Hope Resource Center - General

The Alternative - by Andrew Wood

The past few weeks have brought about a great deal of distress among our country. Distress that, at times, has even seen the pro-life and pro-choice communities come together in calling for action against the profiting and harvesting of body parts of aborted babies. 595 more words

Hope Resource Center - General

A Story of HOPE

I love what I do. I love coming to work at HOPE every day. I love seeing lives celebrated and transformed. I love to share these stories with you. 1,060 more words

Hope Resource Center - General

The truth behind the abortion pill and help for women who change their minds

RU-486 is the “abortion pill,” which the FDA did not approve for use in the United States until September 28, 2000.  Even then, it was fast-tracked through the FDA approval process using “Subpart H” of a federal regulation that is meant to “accelerate approval of certain drugs for serious or life-threatening illnesses.”  Apparently, the Clinton Administration thought that pregnancy was akin to HIV/AIDS and cancer.   502 more words

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