Guest Post: verbal hit-and-run at Concord’s “Women’s Day”

Guest post by Stephen Scaer of Nashua. Stephen was among the pro-lifers who witnessed for life at the January 21, 2017 “Women’s Day” of abortion advocacy in Concord, New Hampshire. Photos are by Phyllis Woods and are used with her kind permission. I encourage readers to look in the Comments below the post to find… Read More Guest Post: verbal hit-and-run at Concord’s “Women’s Day”

“Renewal rather than loss” – an adoptive family’s story

First posted during National Adoption Awareness Month 2014: guest blogger Marian Ward tells her family’s story. I never remember a time when I found out we had been adopted. It was something we simply always knew. My older brother and I were a toddler and an infant respectively at the time of our adoption. My… Read More “Renewal rather than loss” – an adoptive family’s story

Facing the Brutal Reality (reblogged from The Harvest is Abundant)

[Note: This is a short excerpt from Catherine Adair’s blog The Harvest is Abundant. You owe it to yourself to click through and read the whole thing. The recent Center for Medical Progress videos prompted this post.¬†Catherine, a former PP worker, says “It took me awhile to write it, but I want to share with… Read More Facing the Brutal Reality (reblogged from The Harvest is Abundant)

“Tell your story”: adoption in a family’s tapestry

For National Adoption Month, I asked readers to share their own accounts of adoption. This is from Marian Ward, an Arkansas reader (and I send her my Granite State greetings), adapted from a formal presentation she made last year.¬† I never remember a time when I found out we had been adopted. It was something… Read More “Tell your story”: adoption in a family’s tapestry

“My job is to inform, not to convince”: guest post by Catherine Adair

My thanks go out to Catherine Adair for permission to reprint one of her recent Facebook posts. She recounts a brief conversation between two people who each could have dismissed the other as “one of THEM.” Instead, they chose another course.¬† While walking with my family today we were greeted by two young men wearing… Read More “My job is to inform, not to convince”: guest post by Catherine Adair