Truth or Consequences

Truth or Consequences

by Chalea Marker According to the Center for Disease Control, 664,435 legal abortions were performed in 2013. This number does not include illegal abortions, or those performed in states that do not publish abortion statistics. With abortions being so commonplace, it...
You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.

You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Emma Zuniga shares what she learned while at the United Nations. I remember the first time I went to the United Nations. It was a little...
It’s All About Me. Not

It’s All About Me. Not

By Kristen Hackett I grew up in a very religiously family, where we went to church every Sunday, and we spoke of God around our dinner table. My parents taught me principles such as honesty, benevolence and virtue. In the eyes of my parent’s certain things were right,...
Abortion… is it really necessary?

Abortion… is it really necessary?

Recently, I was asked to work on a project about abortion. I hadn’t really put too much thought or attention to this subject before. Nor had I considered the methods of abortion, the impact of this practice throughout the world, the effects it has on a mother or the pain the fetus feels. Never could I imagine that a business would exist to broker in the collecting and selling of fetal parts. The more I studied the more disgusted I became. Without a doubt I am Pro-Life. My heart aches for those little babies that aren’t even given a chance at life.

Protecting the Guilty…Again?

Protecting the Guilty…Again?

More than 150 years ago, the good people who helped their fellow men in bondage escape slavery, would be prosecuted if caught. Around 70 years ago in Europe, the good people who helped Jews escape capture from the Nazi regime and almost certain death in concentration camps, would, if caught, be prosecuted and likely sent to a concentration camp themselves. The law in both these circumstances protected the oppressors and punished those who fought that oppression

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