Attacking Women In NeedLast week, amid the renewed national debate over abortion, the New York Times published an opinion piece that demonized crisis pregnancy centers. The Times ran this biased column even as pro-life ministries were attacked by radical pro-abortion extremists.But in attacking crisis pregnancy centers, the Times also attacked the women in need that these centers serve. They attacked them for boldly embracing the choice of life.This New York Times column comes on the heels of a National Public Radio report that attempted to connect the pro-life movement to “white supremacy” and “male supremacy.” Ironically, the pro-life movement and crisis pregnancy centers are helping women, many of them are minority women, who are abandoned by selfish men!One of the great honors of my life has been the opportunity to speak at crisis pregnancy centers all over the country. I have met the selfless volunteers who staff these centers and come alongside the women who have been abandoned by the men in their lives and occasionally even their families. When those women choose life, these centers provide food, clothing and toys for their children.Sadly, I have met many women who have told me that one of their biggest regrets was the abortion they had.But I have never had anybody come up to me and say, “Mr. Bauer, my biggest regret is that I never aborted my daughter or son.” I have never met a grandparent who said, “I wish my daughter had gotten rid of that baby before it was born.”Crisis pregnancy centers are life-affirming. They save countless babies. Please find out where the CPC is in your community, and make the most generous donation you can to their work. They need our support now more than ever!
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