Pro-life Commentaries

Category Archives: Pro-life Commentaries

I talked to Josh Duggar about TLC blurring out our pro-life shirts and the Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity…

A young woman writes an open letter to the child she is about to abort and posts it online. – My open letter to her.

Pro-life Unity In Action: Putting the babies and the cause ahead of ourselves.

Kate Prain – Stand True Pro-life Missionary Here in the Dayton, Ohio area, Wright State University is collaborating with notorious late-term abortionist, Martin Haskell, who works at the area’s only remaining surgical abortion clinic. If it were not for Wright State’s hospital transfer agreement, the abortion center would be shut down by the Ohio Department of Health. Last week our friends at Created Equal let us know that they would be conducting a pro-life outreach on the campus of Wright State. They were also being joined by many local pro-lifers, some of whom had informed us of what was going on at Wright State, and we decided to join this collaborative outreach. The day was a huge success as we were able to engage hundreds of students in conversations about abortion and inform them of Haskell’s agreement with the Wright State Physicians group. Many students were unaware of how the Wright State Physicians group was involved and we even saw a few hearts change about abortion. For me there was something even more exciting that happened yesterday: the collaboration of all pro-life groups present. I watched the heads of at least five pro-life organizations doing outreach together, strategizing together, making plans for future collaboration and then praying together. I think collaboration is a characteristic that people in the pro-life movement must acknowledge and strive for. It was beautiful to see Stand True working with Created Equal, Dayton Right to Life, Heart for the Next Generation, and other pro-life brethren today at Wright   State. Not only did the leaders work together, all of the amazing people working with these organizations were witnessing together. We also spent time getting to know each other, developing friendships, and praying together. While all of the different pro-life groups across the world may hold different tactics and methods for ending abortion, we must remember first and foremost that we are all serving the same God in our work to end abortion! It is all the same end goal. Simply being a pro-life activist requires us to put our pride aside in order to save babies and save mothers from the hurt of abortion. So was this outreach successful? Yes! We planted seeds, allowed God to work through us, stood up against this holocaust, encouraged young people to be vocal about abortion, informed students about Haskell’s correlation with the Wright State Physicians group, and witnessed with some great people who consist of one big, unitive, loving pro-life family. What a hidden blessing. Kate Prain – Stand True Missionary ———- If you support the work of Stand True and want to see us continue to bring the Light of Christ and the truth about abortion to the gates of Hell and the world, please consider making a donation today.  Can you donate $25, $50, $100, $500 to make sure we can keep these missionaries on the road? –Please click here - https://give.cornerstone.cc/Stand+True  make the most generous donation you can at this time. Donations can also be mailed to Stand True – PO Box 890 – Troy, OH 45373 Read More »

Isabella was conceived 6 years ago this week and she is a gift from God, NOT a product of rape. A story of courage in a tragic situation.

“Moral Movement” prayer vigil embraces Planned Parenthood, leaves out Jesus. Pics and Video

NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is using video of Stand True President, Bryan Kemper and his kids to raise money for abortion

Pro-life Challenge Alternative – Change Your Facebook Profile Picture

Pleading With The Abortionist’s Wife

Today Mark Harrington and I plead with Late Term Abortionist Martin Haskell’s Wife, a co-owner of his abortion mills. She pro-claimed that abortion was justified in the bible and that I needed to repent and turn to Christ. Bryan Kemper Here is the video.

Teen sign language interpreter at Planned Parenthood asked to interpret an abortion – Her heartbreaking testimony

I was eighteen when I took a job as a sign language interpreter at Planned Parenthood. I was raised Roman Catholic, but I was Catholic in the same way that Olive Garden is an authentic Italian restaurant: just because you throw some fancy words on the menu doesn’t make it genuine. For me, abortion was not a choice that I would make personally, but the way I saw it, who was I to judge another woman for having one? I didn’t know her life. I didn’t know her circumstances, and I had prided myself my whole life on not judging people without knowing their full story. A deaf friend referred me to the job opening at a Boston clinic, and it paid well. I averaged about $100 an hour for my services! That’s all it was to me, a job to make money for my upcoming college tuition. I didn’t work often, maybe one or two days a week, and traveled around to the Boston-area clinics when needed. For the most part, I interpreted for women seeking counseling, getting prescriptions for birth control, or just getting general information about sexual health. It all seemed innocent enough. Deep down, however, I must have known I was doing something wrong. I told people I worked for a “family services counseling center.” I figured that wasn’t completely a lie. The trouble was, most people took that to mean that I was going into the world and doing good: interpreting for families living in poverty, or families who were trying to keep themselves together. Despite the fact that Planned Parenthood offered all kinds of services, in the back of my mind I knew that at the root of it they really were just an abortion clinic. The worst day of my life—and an anniversary I never forget when it comes every year—is Thursday, November 1, 2012. I was called in to interpret for a “medical procedure.” I arrived early, and chatted with the receptionist as I did every day. I grabbed a cup of coffee and waited for the client to arrive. While I waited, I went over her file. I’ll call her Kate. She was twenty-three and had been deaf since birth. Kate estimated that she was about eighteen weeks pregnant. At 10:30 sharp, we entered the operating room. That’s when my stomach started to turn. Previously, when I’d read “medical procedure,” it had been for ultrasounds. But this was different – we were in an OR. The lights were too bright for the size of the room. There were cold-looking metal objects on a table. I was in an abortion. I tried to remain calm. I interpreted back and forth, but when the murder began, I lost it. As I watched the doctor pull this life out, limb by limb, I couldn’t help but let the tears start to fall. What I had thought would be just lumps of blood clots were body parts. Arms, a torso, legs, and a head. I Read More »

Abortion cannot be stopped. Really? How big is your God?