As we approach Sanctity of Life Week…


January 15-22 is National Sanctity of Life Week.

There will be much talk of the staggering statistics of abortion, and they ARE staggering…

Over 56 million babies have been aborted since Roe Vs Wade.

Statistically, 1 in 3 women have had an abortion.

If you are one of the “1 in 3,” this is for you.

Let’s face it, if the ONLY thing you wanted to do was go back in time and make a different choice, you couldn’t. Abortion is a permanent answer to a temporary situation that leaves you with the aftermath of a choice that you should never have needed to make. The fact that you chose to have an abortion is terrible. Letting Satan use that choice to keep you in bondage to shame and guilt for the rest of your life is an absolute travesty, and because we DON’T discuss it, Satan is able to whisper terrible things to your already battered heart. The truth of the matter is, what happened was and remains terribly wrong.

Even so, there IS hope.

For the non-Christian struggling with the aftermath of abortion, please know this…

Forgiveness is available to you. Healing is possible. You CAN be restored. Jesus died to pay the penalty for all our sin. That includes all sexual sin and abortion. Nothing you have done is beyond His power to forgive and nothing done to you is beyond His ability to heal and restore. If you are searching for “something” to fill the aching and longing in your restless soul, that “something” is Jesus. Only He can quiet the demons you face.

For the Christian.

Oh, sweet sister, let me remind you too that NOTHING is beyond Jesus’ power to forgive. When you accepted Christ as Savior and Lord, your sin was separated as far from you as the east is from the west. Stop punishing yourself with it. You are not bigger than God. You cannot judge yourself for something He died to save you from. Scripture says that in Christ you are a new creation. That old girl is gone and in her place is a daughter of the Most High God. Scripture also says that Satan comes to kill, steal, and destroy, but that Jesus came so that we could have life and have it abundantly. So, tell me, who is filling your head and heart with thoughts about who you are? The One who loves you, or the one who wants to destroy you?

Finally, to those who do not carry the burden of this specific sin, drop your rocks and LOVE like Jesus.

Offer hope, not condemnation. Doubting that God can forgive and restore does not speak to the enormity of the sin, but to lack of belief in the power of the blood of Jesus Christ.

Jesus dealt with a woman caught in the act of sexual sin, and with the people who brought her to His attention, in John 8:

When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.”  Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground.

At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there.  Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?”

“No one, sir,” she said.

“Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.” John 8:7-11 (NIV)

If you are struggling, please take a moment and drop us a confidential e-mail.  We would love to pray with and for you.

Pray with me?

Father God, I lift this sweet reader up to you. You alone know her heart and her needs. Lord, if her need is to know you, place that desire in her heart and put people in her life who will show you to her. If she knows you, but holds onto her past, remind her of who she is in you. Above all, make your presence known in her life. Speak to her heart. Restore her. Heal her. Make her new.


Kris Williams

Kris is a pastor’s wife and working mom of 2 who is passionate about sharing the love of Christ with the women He puts in her path. She says that she is “living, breathing, walking, talking proof that God is very much in the business of radically changing lives.” She will tell you that God completely changed everything about her when she met Jesus Christ. Like many women, she spent most of her life looking for “something” to make her feel secure, fill the emptiness in her heart, and give her life meaning and purpose and she tried lots of “somethings” before embracing the One who would finally quiet her restless soul. Her life is a story of redemption, healing, and restoration and she believes everyone she meets should have the opportunity to meet Christ and choose whether or not to follow Him. She battled Laryngeal cancer in 2009 and again in 2011. While she does not wish to travel that valley a 3rd time, she sees her cancer journey as a gift because it taught her to completely trust and fully lean on Christ. While unable to speak, she discovered the gift of writing and with it an entirely new way to share her love for Christ. Today, she is completely healed and, while she regained the use of her voice, still very much enjoys sharing her love for Christ (and His love for us) through written word.

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