“Unwanted”

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Jan
2010
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The issue of Abortion goes beyond the buzz words of ‘Choice’ and ‘Reproductive Freedom’. There are much deeper questions and stories that defy the pro-abortion myths. Sometimes we need to get beyond the rhetoric and to the reality. This is one of those stories.

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  • Rebecca O'Keefe
    February 23, 2010

    Beautiful! I’m sharing with all my friends. Saw toomanyaborted.com billboard campaign on network’s national news show —- totally stupid report by pro-abortion side, but the website name couldn’t be missed. I’m so glad you’re out there, I’m donating!!

  • Allison
    February 24, 2010

    What a beautiful story! Thank you for sharing that pain can end in love. Your mother did nothing that should be seen as noble, what she did was right! What a beautiful blessing you are to the world. Thank God you lived to fight this fight.

  • Tanya
    March 16, 2010

    Beautiful story! I was adopted in 1970. I do not know the circumstances for my bio-mother’s pregnancy. I only know that she was in college in her twenties. My bio-father was in law school also in his twenties. In earthly terms. I was inconvenient, but God had plans for me. I have been married for twenty years. My husband and I have fostered two teenagers, have five children of our own and hope to adopt someday if God wills it.

  • susan steffey
    July 13, 2010

    If someone gives up a child for adoption and many adoptions are now open, that mother can see her child again. It takes real love to put the needs of someone else ahead of our own, and unfortunately that kind of unselfishness is rare nowadays.

  • Jenee Whitney
    October 10, 2011

    I’m continually dumbfounded by the callous and disrespectful way the pro-abortion advocates fight us, but this video shows the fruit of selfless love that blows all their “reasoning” to crumbly bits. Perhaps you can find this information: I have never been able to find more than a whisper about suicide rates of women who conceived after a rape, specifically those who had abortions versus those who didn’t. If there was a way to conduct that research well and get the numbers, I’m positive it would be another hole in the brittle armor of the abortion league.

    Thank you for sharing your life story with us and God bless.

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  • Lee0521
    November 10, 2011

    A white woman is raped by a black man. A white couple adopt this bi-racial child and give him a loving, and secure childhood. That child grows up to be a wonderful and religious man, husband, father. Where are the black leaders in America thanking these white couples that adopt black babies? Do Sharpton, Jackson, et al EVER thank white people for saving these children of rape, abuse or neglect? No doubt there will be many blacks decrying the fact that he married a white woman and not a black one. Let the black community offer some thanks for those whites who save their babies. I would love to hear one thank you, just one.

  • Paula1012
    November 11, 2011

    Dear Lee0521,
    As much as I can understand from a “world” perspective what you are saying, the TRUTH is there are NO Black or White People. Only Brown. Light Brown, Dark Brown, various shades and hues of Brown. And we are ALL one Race. The Human Race. So there is no such thing as a bi-racial couple. It cannot exist. Babies are babies and they are ALL Brown. ( : So a family reaching out to a young woman that was wronged and chose to allow God to “Do something wonderful with what the enemy meant for destruction” is exactly what the Lord asks us to do. John 10:10 “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill and to destroy, ! have come that THEY may have life, and that THEY may have it more abundantly.” THEY is all of us. One Race and various shades of Brown! It is awesome and God is good. ALL THE TIME. ( : Have a wonderful day!

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