Samaritan marks Sanctity of Human Life Month with stories of life, mourning

Michael Miller

As part of our strong pro-life stand, Samaritan Ministries is posting several stories as to mark Sanctity of Human Life Month, during which the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion is mourned.

In one story, we introduce Meagan Weber, who works for the And Then There Were None ministry, founded by Abby Johnson. ATTWN helps workers in the abortion industry leave their jobs and find spiritual, emotional, financial, and career support.

Meagan also tells us about the grace that needs to be shown by Christians and their churches to women in unexpected pregnancies—just like that which was shown to her—and to workers and doctors leaving the abortion industry.

Samaritan staffer Dustin Garrett exploresthe aftermath of the abortion his girlfriend had—and that he helped pay for—when they were both 14 years old. Both went into a spiral of personal destruction.

We also have posted the beginning of John Stonestreet's chilling warning that mail-order abortion pills may well be on the way in the U.S. Go to our post to see a link to the complete Break Point script.

Another post relates how many of our members were glad to find a health care sharing option that doesn't pay for abortions, while a member letter expresses similar sentiments.

Please pray for an end to abortion, and try to take part in pro-life activities this month.

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