Chemical Abortion in 2021with Christa Brown

Chemical Abortion in 2021
with Christa Brown

The United States made chemical abortions available in 2000. Christa takes us a through a 21 year history of chemical abortions, what they look like, feel like and what the future holds.

Chemical abortions can also be referred to as RU-486, the abortion pill, and non-surgical abortions. In a fast-paced world, that often desires instant gratification, chemical abortion have grown in popularity because they are marketed as convenient, private and abortion on demand. To a woman, or couple, in crisis this option is appealing to immediately solve the problem of an unplanned pregnancy.

However, what women and men are told is very different from what the actual experience will be. Chemical abortions are supposed to be done in the earliest stages of pregnancy, up to 11 weeks, however many abortion clinics and industries will prescribe this well past 11 weeks and into 13 weeks. Women take a combination of Mifepristone (which blocks progesterone), and Misoprostol (which causes the uterus to empty out.)

During a chemical abortion women will experience cramping, vaginal bleeding, nausea, weakness, vomiting, headaches, and the risk of infection. Women are promised it will resemble a period, however it is far worse. Additionally, the woman is alone without medical supervision, and often without even a parent or friend, and therefore goes through this experience scared, sick and alone. Additionally, some women (not all), will see their child after a chemical abortion. This leads to confusion and feelings of betrayal. They are not told this could happen, and are left to either flush or bury their baby.

In the midst of all of this shocking, scary information Christa mentions, that in the future, “there is hope.” The Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) empowers women with choices, and makes it possible to choose again.

Building a Case for Changewith Lisa Rowe, LCSW

Building a Case for Change
with Lisa Rowe, LCSW

Lisa Rowe, CEO of Support After Abortion, states “in order to be a catalyst of change, within the ProLife Movement, we need to inspire compassion, promote collaboration, and build capacity.

Support After Abortion believes to end the demand for abortion there must be a shift from condemnation of those impacted by abortion to helping them heal.

One in four women will have an abortion before the age of 45, and 50% percent of those women will have repeat abortions. If the ProLife Movement can begin to inspire compassion, those impacted by abortion can heal and possibly not make the decision of abortion multiple times. Instead of telling women they are murderers, and condemning them to pain, people need to establish common ground, understanding and let those impacted by abortion know they deserve better, they deserve healing.

Ninety percent of people do not know where to go for help, even though we have been fighting abortion for almost fifty years. This does not mean, they do not want help, it means the ProLife movement has to begin meeting people where they are with compassion, so that those impacted by abortion feel safe coming forward to start their abortion healing process.

For Lisa’s complete presentation and more information on how to inspire compassion, please click here.

The History of Planned Parenthood and Black Genocidewith Catherine Davis

The History of Planned Parenthood and Black Genocide
with Catherine Davis

President and founder of Restoration Project, Catherine Davis discusses the history of Planned Parenthood.

First Catherine feels it is important to fully understand the definition of genocide. Genocide can be defined as whoever, whether in time of peace or in time of war and with specific intent to destroy, in whole or in substantial part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. Next, she establishes the connection between the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger and genocide. Margaret Sanger, has a documented history of relationships/partnerships with the KKK, and Adolf Hitler. Together they set up eugenics programs throughout the world, and it is these eugenics programs Planned Parenthood has, and has continued to cover up throughout the years.

During the recent racial unrest in the United States, employees of Planned Parenthood came forward and admitted that Margaret Sanger was a racist, and that Planned Parenthood has historically hurt women of color. Planned Parenthood continues to be systemically corrupt and racially motivated.

Catherine works hard so that people understand that Planned Parenthood should not be allowed to target the black community,

and should be held accountable for a violation of the Civil Rights Law of 1964. She states, “We have a lot of work to do to end this crime against humanity…..pray we begin to talk more about the topics today!

For more information on the history of Planned Parenthood and how they have contributed to black genocide, download Catherine’s presentation. Click here to access her presentation.

The Evolution of Helping Women After Abortionwith Georgette Forney

The Evolution of Helping Women After Abortion
with Georgette Forney

President of Anglicans For Life, co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and facilitator of the Abortion Recovery Coalition, Georgette Forney discusses her journey through abortion healing, why abortion healing is important, where to go for healing and how to help others heal.

After her abortion, Georgette, built her walls of denial. She became tough, and determined that no one will know her secret. It was not until she started to acknowledge her loss, that her healing began. She began her career at Anglicans For Life, and broke her silence. She allowed thousands to hear her testimony of grief and regret. It was during this time, she realized just how many men and women were impacted by abortion and just how few resources were available that offered hope and healing.

The first step to helping those impacted by abortion heal, is understanding them. “Those impacted by abortion are still misunderstood. From ProLifers we hear we are heartless, careless murderers. Proaborters dismiss our pain.” Both misperceptions and judgments reaffirm the need to be quiet. To understand men and women impacted by abortion you have to listen, and how people speak back to them marks that person as safe to talk to, or someone to avoid.

Next, people need to know what resources are available to help those impacted by abortion heal. Currently there are 32 groups under the Abortion Recovery Coalition. These groups include, but are not limited too, specific men and women recovery resources, 24 hour hotlines to call for help, and a place to read testimonies of those who have suffered from abortion.

To learn more about these groups, and the extensive history of Abortion Recovery Healing click here to download the PDF on Georgette’s presentation to find your own healing, or help those impacted by abortion start their healing.

The New Moral Outcry to End Abortionand the Legal History of Abortionwith Allan E. Parker, Jr.

The New Moral Outcry to End Abortion
and the Legal History of Abortion
with Allan E. Parker, Jr.

President of the Justice Foundation, Allan Parker reviews the changes that have occurred since abortion became legal through Roe v Wade, almost 50 years ago.

Allan states, “There are five reasons why Roe v Wade should be reversed, and six judges with an open mind to reverse that decision. Now it is up to states and us to motivate and drive this reversal.”

The five legal reasons Roe v Wade should be reversed are: (1) abortion is a crime against humanity, (2) women can have the freedom of Roe without the human costs, (3) abortion hurts women, (4) 1-2 million people want to adopt newborn babies, and (5) new science.

So what can we do? One way to get involved is to sign the Moral Outcry Petition. When you sign this petition you sign your name to an important piece of legislation that will voice your desire for a reversal of Roe v Wade.

Allan also encourages everyone to listen to the testimonies of the women impacted by abortion. With compassion and not condemnation, research ways you can get involved in the Abortion Healing Recovery Process and Movement. He highlights Support After Abortion, as doing exceptional research to show the pain abortion causes women and how it is imperative we listen and help all men and women impacted by abortion.

When asked if he foresees an end to abortion, Allan states a confident, “YES!” He continues to say, “No one every thought Communism would fall, and it did!

For a complete review of the Moral Outcry Petition, testimonies of women impacted by abortion, and ways to get involved click here. For Allan’s presentation, click here.

Learning What Our Target Market is Saying with Janine Marrone

Learning What Our Target Market is Saying with Janine Marrone

Janine Marrone, founder of Support After Abortion, discusses the consumer research conducted by Support After Abortion, and what the future holds for abortion recovery.

Support After Abortion has the vision and mission to restore the world from the impact of abortion. To end the demand for abortion, SAA, works to bring healing and support resources to all men and women who have been impacted.

In order to bring this healing to the millions of people impacted, consumer research needs to be done to understand the clients they are trying to serve. Two studies were done in 2019 and 2020. During these studies 3,000 women were contacted for interviews, and asked questions regarding the impact of abortion or reproductive loss.

Some of the most compelling information came from the question, “Where would you go for help after an abortion?” Ninety percent of women answered that they did not know where to go for abortion recovery. Five percent reported thinking Planned Parenthood would provide some sort of support and one percent reported that they would try to go to their church for healing resources. Additionally, eighty percent of women reported rarely, if ever, attending religious services and eighty-three percent expressed the desire to remain anonymous while receiving healing. This research inspired Support After Abortion to launch the options-based healing approach. Women did not want to come to a group at a pregnancy center, in the middle of the afternoon, they wanted and needed options. Support After Abortion began building programs that included virtual groups offered at various times throughout the day and week that are faith and non-faith based.

The consumer research also debunked the very big myth that abortion does not hurt or negatively impact the women involved. This research showed that women reported feelings of regret, guilt, depression, anxiety, shame, paranoia, and so much more after their abortion. Women are not only hurt by abortion, but without healing after, the pain continues to grow each day.

With all of this information and more research being done, Support After Abortion continues to grow and expand its resources. Janine states that to reach key markets, Support After Abortion will begin to utilize YouTube to reach more individuals and educate them on the need and importance of abortion healing.

SAA has a created a Healing Partner Network so that there is continuous collaboration among the leaders of abortion recovery ministries. Support After Abortion has also developed a Men’s Task Force to ensure help reaches men impacted by abortion as well.

With compassion, collaboration and building capacity Support After Abortion will continue to conduct more research, and increase programming so that abortion healing is made available to all men and women impacted by abortion. Click here to download Janine’s presentation.