There has been a lot of talk as of late regarding the abortion industry, and many fruitful discussions have come forth. There have been legislative moves to reduce late term abortions, as happened recently in Texas, there have been more campaigns to educate the public … Continue readingThe Culture of Death Under the Guise of Medical Jargon
Growing up Catholic means NFP was a familiar word to me. As I entered my teen and college years, I was aware of its existence, but that was about the extent of my understanding. It wasn’t until I was nearing marriage that I actually took … Continue readingNFP – Long Term Promises
As parents, we have heard the conversation a thousand times. Our little ones talk about what they want to be when they grow up. We usually hear ‘teacher, doctor, animal helper, mommy, ..’ and other similar choices. It often changes and day by day they … Continue readingA Doctor, Teacher…or Sister?
We traveled a lot when I was a young girl. All the time. For many of my grade school years, we lived in Germany. The daughter of a military dad, I found myself ‘growing up’ overseas for a good 7+ years of my young life. … Continue readingLessons of a Snowy Day
Meagan was our fifth child, so ultrasounds were nothing new to me. I remember seeing the solid black in the picture of her head on the screen and having a hunch something was not right. Turns out my gut feeling was correct. 20 weeks into … Continue readingThe Promise of Cord Blood Research