Think deeply about the following question…


Think deep and long on the question I’m to put here now. Equip and prepare yourselves well, confidently, and faithfully to then ask it of every person that advocates for the premeditated murdering of human babies, a.k.a. abortion.

Here’s the question to ask each one of them, earnestly, sincerely, and humbly:

If what is growing inside a pregnant woman is nothing but a clump of cells, not alive, not even human according to you why then is every clump of cells, not human according to you that survives an abortion attempt to murder it a living human being, and only a living human being?

You can probably put that question to folks advocating for the premeditated murder of human babies better than I did. But think about what that question is never asked. Never mentioned. By anyone. Be it an invisible person talking to a neighbor, a pastor preaching, a blog writer, a politician, or anyone in the media?

How can it be that a non-human mere clump of cells that survives an attempt to murder it when a baby develops into a human being, and only a living human being?

Stop the nonsense. Stop the irrationality. Stop the corrupting of terms, words, definitions and reality! Don’t permit evil one inch. one dirty, bloody foot forward! Speak up! Write on social media instead of where you went out to dinner, or on vacation, or what your child did in his or her soccer game these much more important matters.

How can a mere clump of unidentifiable cells that survives an abortion attempt always and only turn out to be a human being!?

Why isn’t that question ever thought about or asked?

Don’t partake of those who remain silent and permit the irrationality, the lies, the noise, the nonsense the evil to grow. This does not mean making a sign and going out into the streets. This means merely to pay attention and be ready to give an answer, an accounting of the most important matters in life as a professed child of God, a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ.

And even the greatest heathen, pagan, and among the lost must think about this question I put forward and come up with an answer — if they continue to contend and fight for the premeditated murdering of all these clumps of unidentifiable cells and tissue!

No PERSON, no HUMAN BEING [only male or female] that has survived an abortion attempt has ever developed into anything other than…a HUMAN BEING! A LIVING HUMAN BEING!

When does life begin? It never ends within a woman or a man until God removes life from them and they die. And the eggs of the woman and the sperm of the man are ALIVE, LIVING HUMAN PARTS. Nothing other than human. Nothing other than living. This can be verified by science. By microscopes. By go forth and multiply…stop remaining silent, stop aiding and abetting all the lies [begun and perpetuated by Satan, the father of all lies], illusion, banality, insanity, nonsense, and irrationality.

Be the person God made you and desires you to be. All things for His glory and to increase Christ.

Ken Pullen, A CROOKED PATH, Friday, January 13th, 2023


Abortion Survivors Praise the GOP Born-Alive Act


January 12, 2023

By Joy Stockbauer

Reprinted from The Washington Stand


In the eyes of abortionists, every “successful” abortion ends in the death of a child — but, thankfully, not every abortion goes according to their plans. Countless abortion survivors, each one condemned to death as an innocent baby in the womb, walk among us every day. For pro-life advocates like Melissa Ohden and members of the Abortion Survivors Network, legislation that ensures protection for infants born alive after abortions holds deep personal significance.

On January 11, House Republicans successfully passed the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act by a 220-210 vote. The bill passed entirely along party lines, with all Republican representatives voting in favor of the bill and all but one Democrat voting against it (with one Democrat voting “present”). The Born-Alive Act seeks to “prohibit a health care practitioner from failing to exercise the proper degree of care in the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion.”

To Sarah Zagorski, communications director of Louisiana Right to Life, the Born-Alive Act “puts the penalty on the right party” by “criminalizing doctors who do not get medical care for the child.” In my interview with Sarah, she described how an abortionist delivered her breech at 26 and a half weeks gestation. She shared, “He told my mother to let me die on the table because I wasn’t breathing. Thankfully, my birth mother resisted his coercive efforts and decided to tell him, ‘I’m going to sue you if you don’t get my daughter breathing right now.’” Sarah was sent to a trauma birth ward, where she thankfully survived.

Zagorski is part of the Abortion Survivors Network founded by fellow survivor Melissa Ohden, who lived through a failed saline infusion abortion at seven months gestation. Melissa’s organization has connected with over 600 abortion survivors in their journey of hope, healing, and educating others on the human dignity of all unborn children.

“I just want to thank members of Congress who are voting yes on that bill today. This has been years in the making, double digits of failure to get it to the floor in the making,” Melissa told me. “We are just grateful for members of Congress and their leadership showing that, as this legislative session is beginning, pro-life bills are front and center — and that means the world.”

While abortion survivors are grateful for the progress that the House GOP has made in passing the Born-Alive bill, it is significant to note that every survivor’s story is profoundly unique. Lauren, another survivor who shared her story with me, described how the Lord worked in her mother’s heart to change her mind during the middle of a second-trimester abortion. After leaving the abortionist and seeking medical care from a pro-life obstetrician, Lauren’s mother miraculously sustained the pregnancy for another five weeks — until she found herself in preterm labor at 26 weeks.

“The doctor told my mom that there was a very small chance that I would survive such a premature birth,” Lauren told me. “I was rushed to the NICU, where I weighed in at 2 lbs. 6 ounces. I had a small brain bleed and underdeveloped lungs, but I was stable. Miraculously, I had no brain damage or complications from the abortion attempt or my premature birth. My mom saw my tiny body and decided to keep me. I spent 53 days in the NICU, but I made it home from the hospital just in time to attend my parents’ wedding.”

Lauren concluded, “I can truly say that God intervened in my life in a miraculous way. He saved me physically from death, and He saved my mom spiritually.”

Another abortion survivor, Karen, turned 65 last month, having survived her mother’s multiple abortion attempts that predated Roe v. Wade. Growing up unaware of the abortions she had survived, Karen struggled with the distance she perceived between herself and her mother — until her mother revealed the truth when Karen was 61 years old. In her youth, Karen had experienced three of her own abortions, which drove her to contemplate suicide on multiple occasions.

“God intervened in my life by allowing me to finally go back to church and hear a pastor talk about life and love —something he kept saying kept me going back,” Karen told me. “I was introduced to a young lady there who herself had gone through abortions, and she introduced me to a crisis pregnancy center in our area. I was so overwhelmed by what they do, thinking, ‘I would love to share my story with others who have gone through this.’”

For six years, Karen has taught a class for women who have experienced abortions. She serves on a board with an organization that reaches out to the African-American community about the truth of abortion and providing life-affirming alternatives. She joyfully shared with me that she is completing a master’s degree in mental health counseling and plans to use her degree to continue supporting women who have undergone abortions.

Through learning about her past as an abortion survivor, Karen says, “God let me know that my ‘purpose,’ which I thought was to try to please and make my parents happy, was not the reason why He has me here. My real purpose is to serve Him and do the work that He has for me to do.”

As Congress advances legislation to ensure that infants who survive abortions receive life-sustaining medical care, it is more important than ever to hear the voices of abortion survivors reminding us that life is precious — and that every baby deserves a chance to experience it.


Joy Stockbauer is a policy analyst for the Center for Human Dignity at Family Research Council.