Author: Elizabeth Spillman
This past Friday, I was honored to be able to participate in my 7th March for Life in our nation’s Capital.
While traveling from my home in Oregon to Washington D.C. for the March, I had an interesting interaction with a friend that caused me to refocus on why I was traveling over 3,000 miles to walk an uphill mile to the Capitol Building and then to the Supreme Court.
My friend and I do not see eye to eye on many issues. She was offering a very common argument expressed by our opposition–that Pro-Lifers only care about the baby until he or she is born and that we don’t care about women.
This struck a nerve with me. I am intimately familiar with how the Pro-Life Movement is incredibly compassionate and generous to woman facing unplanned pregnancies.READ MORE: Why I March…