"The issue of human life and its preservation and development is one that begins with conception and ends only when God calls a person back to himself in death. If we are consistent, then, we must be concerned about life from beginning to end. It is like a seamless garment; either it all holds together or eventually it all falls apart." Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, 1975

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Grayson James Walker


Published on May 19, 2012
Grayson James Walker February 15, 2012, parents Patrick & Heather Walker

He only lived 8 hours, but what a huge impact he has had on the lives of thousands of people! Hope you all enjoy meeting and sharing moments with Grayson and his loving, faithful family.
God bless these parents and those photographers who minister through Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep.

Gianna Jessen: I Was an Abortion Victim at Seven and a Half Months

by Gianna Jessen
December 6, 2005

LifeNews.com Note: The following is based on an interview 28 year-old Gianna Jessen gave to the Independent, a newspaper in the UK.
My biological mother was seven-and-a-half months pregnant when she decided to abort me. I don’t know why she made that decision. It was 1977. She and my biological father were 17 at the time and weren’t married.            

She went to a clinic in Los Angeles and had a saline abortion. A salt solution is injected into the mother’s womb, which the baby gulps. The solution also burns the baby inside and out. The idea was that within 24 hours she would deliver a dead baby. But, by the grace of God, I survived.
The abortionist wasn’t on duty when I came into the world. Had he been there, he would have ended my life with strangulation, suffocation or leaving me there to die, which was considered perfectly legal up until 5 August 2002 in the United States. Now, a child who has survived an abortion must receive proper medical care. The abortionist had to sign my birth certificate. He had to acknowledge a life that just hours before he was trying to end.