Friday, October 02, 2009

The work of crisis pregnancy centres: saving lives


Mallory Hitt, a student at Regent University, thanks God a pregnancy center was available for her birth mother's situation. "My birth mother was raped," the coed explains. "She went to a pregnancy center called Living Alternatives, and they counseled her through the whole situation. They connected her with an adoption agency." Upon birth, Hitt was adopted.

But when she was a fetus, the pro-aborts would have been just as happy if she were dead.

We have to stop acting like birth is a great divide, somehow magically changing a fetus to a human being. We know that's not true. Mallory Hitt existed as a zygote, an embryo, a fetus and finally a newborn. They were one and the same. Her dignity was no less because she was at a different stage of existence. All that she is, existed at her conception.