An embryo, not a parasite

Maria Belén Eyheramonho Blog

It even sounds really ridiculous and not worthy to compare a human embryo with a parasite. But since lately some ideological movements have call the embryo a “parasite” which lives …

Lily’s Story

Jaclyn Hake Saves

Lily * was determined to have an abortion. “I didn’t care what anyone had to say about me having an abortion, I scheduled it and did not want to hear …

Finding your role model

Jaclyn Hake Blog

On September 18, 2020 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg passed away from complications of cancer. She was hailed as champion for women’s rights and an impeccable role model for women and …

Being pro-life means being anti-racism

Jaclyn Hake Blog

Written by: Olivia Carr With the growing momentum of racial justice movements over the past few months, numerous organizations have been exposed for ways they have perpetuated racial discrimination and …

Hannah’s Story

Jaclyn Hake Saves

From the kindness of others Hannah’s* feelings about her pregnancy changed from nervousness to excitement. When she first called us at Options United, Hannah* wanted an abortion. She didn’t have …

#Savethechildren starts in the womb

Jaclyn Hake Blog

The #savethechildren hashtag was started by social media influencer Helen Owen. Her mission was to bring awareness to the issue of child sex trafficking and she succeeded. People started reposting …

Cultural Suicide

Thomas Rudkins Blog, News, Press Release

Think of what motivates major cultural movements today: decisions to terminate a pregnancy, global warming alarmists, the demagoguery of cable news and local leaders and the over-population zealots.  What is the common denominator?  It is all fear based. 
From Genesis 15:1 to Hebrews 13:6: (“So we say with confidence, “The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can mere mortals do to me?”) we have learned what it takes to build and sustain Christian culture.