Colin Jost: “It seems like you really do want to talk about your abortion.” Cecily Strong: “Well, actually I really don’t, but people keep bringing it up, so I gotta keep talkin’ about freakin’ abortion!” This weekend, SNL’s Weekend Update segment featured guest clown Goober (Cecily Strong) and an uncomfortable mix of gags and thinly-veiledContinue reading “Cecily Had a Clown Abortion”
I’m making progress on my last 100 miles. I ran in 35 degree weather and consistent rain for my sponsors this weekend! Will you consider joining our growing number of sponsors? All funds are going toward our local relationships and pregnancy care center: At LIFEBRIDGE, we provide essential mentoring, training, assistance, and care to storm-tossedContinue reading “Call for Sponsors! Racing to 1000 for LIFEBRIDGE!”
I’m trying to meet my goal to run 1000 miles in 2018! I’ve got 100 miles left to run in the month of December, and I need some cheerleaders. That’s where you come in! You all can help me make it to the finish by sponsoring me for the next 100 miles. As I runContinue reading “1000 Mile LIFEBRIDGE Year-End Challenge!”
This week the Supreme Court will hear opening arguments in a suit from Alpha Pregnancy Center, who along with about 200 other centers are moving for action against the state law requiring them to provide information to clients about free or low cost abortion options in their communities. The pro-life centers argue that the state’sContinue reading “Free Speech or Not, PRCs Won’t Refer to Abortion Clinics”
Here is a promo video we put together for our local PRC–LifeBridge. It’s a vital pro-life ministry in our community here in Newberry, SC. Check it out: You can partner with us here: LifebridgeSouthCarolina.org Support LifeBridge! from chad ashby on Vimeo.
I had the privilege of interviewing my friend Mark Hendrick of the SCBC Office of Public Policy about the newest piece of pro-life legislation in SC. Get the whole interview at Canon & Culture.
If you’ve experienced an unwed pregnancy in your church, your family, or your circle of acquaintances—who hasn’t?—you know the typical reaction. It’s a mixture of disappointment, condemnation, and pity. But there are places across the country where this is not the response to the girl who shamefully mumbles, “I think I’m pregnant.” They are called pregnancy resource centers (PRCs).