Building the Pro-Grace Movement

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  1. Lynn says:

    This is a GREAT idea. While I do object to abortion, I object even more to the attitude of condemnation I’ve seen come from many Christians. A project which promotes accepting the woman and helping her to find other alternatives to abortion while keeping a loving attitude is much more what is needed. Many of the women who make the choice to abort their child see no other alternative. People are needed to show them some.

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