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Faces of Abortion Series

Abortion not only kills babies, it kills the spiritual lives of the women who abort and of the men who support or pressure them.

The pro-choice movement talks about women; the pro-life movement talks about babies. Let’s talk the same language! Let’s convince the abortion-minded by talking about women because abortion is not as inconsequential as the pro-choice movement makes it out to be.

Read these stories to better understand how the abortion-minded think so that you are better equipped for your sanctity of life and sanctity of sex conversations. 

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Faces of Abortion Book 1

ReTested: The Story of a Post-Abortive Woman Called to Change the Conversation

book cover for ReTested: The Story of a Post-Abortive Woman Called to Change the Conversation

ReTested is the first book in the Faces of Abortion Series, a pro-life response to #shoutyourabortion.

Whereas books 2 and 3 will have multiple stories of post-abortive women (and men!), ReTested is the story of just one woman, the author of the series: Cheryl Krichbaum.

Cheryl's story is not just of abortion (what led her to it and how she was healed from it) but of responding to her family's mental illnesses.

  1. First she survived what was going on around her.
  2. Then she strived to fix everything.
  3. Then she thrived through her most recent life tests.

Learn right along with Cheryl how to not just survive your circumstances, not to strive to fix your circumstances, but to thrive through your circumstances.

Faces of Abortion Books 2 & 3

Book 2, AbortionChanging the Conversation, and book 3, Black Death, will have many women's and men's stories as well as research on the psychological effects of abortion and more statistics.

We tell our stories not to justify what we've done but to explain how our thinking led us to abort our precious babies.

We want you to better understand how abortion-minded women and men think, who and what influences our decisions, and why we now think that being pro-life is pro-woman.