I've been busy for the past several days. I was at Liberty University, watching very dear friends graduate from law school, during President Donald Trump's commencement address. I also spent a day in Washington D.C. pursuing a few career opportunities. Unfortunately Hillcrest has been busy, too. Last Wednesday they committed eight abortions.
Although they had a higher number of patients, Hillcrest actually decreased the number of staff! One of their employees did not come th
Hillcrest Women's Medical Center wasn't supposed to be open on Good Friday. They aren't ever open in the afternoon. So when I got the text that the abortion facility was opening up at noon on Friday, I was surprised. I wouldn't have been able to go if they were open in the morning. I wouldn't have been able to go if they were open on Saturday. So the fact that they opened at noon on Friday gave me the chance to go. I drove over to Harrisburg to help women who were getting abo
Yesterday I had trouble with my computer, and so wasn't able to write about Undefeated Courage's sidewalk advocacy. There were ten sidewalk advocates and prayer warriors at Hillcrest in Harrisburg yesterday. We prayed for the end of abortion. We called out lovingly to every person who went in to the abortion facility. We gave out information about free health resources in the area. Ten of us were there for Dr. Thweat, assisted by five staff, who aborted five children. Last we
There were sixteen clients in and out of the abortion facility yesterday. Twelve were there for abortions. A dozen abortions. Twelve pre-born human beings were killed in the womb. Some from as far away as Delaware. The parking lot was so full that people began to park in the driveway, blocking traffic. [They had to come out and move their cars later.] The weather was freezing. Although it was warmer compared to last week, the wind was coming up off of the river and piercing r
I am a Christian first and foremost. My identity in Christ prevails over all other aspects in each dimension of my life. . .