Physicians and Tragedy

In medical school, students are often taught to compartmentalize their feelings, however some situations are just too gripping and hit too close to home for detached emotions. Imagine if you were called to provide medical care for a large number of life threatening injuries and most every patient was known to you. This has been a…

They Said No

Written by: Alliance Defending Freedom Nurses in a big city hospital never know what a day’s shift will bring – straightforward cases or medical miracles, major crises or minor first aid. Whatever her station, whatever the duty of the moment, a nurse tries to ready herself for anything. But some things, you just can’t see coming.…

They Said No

Written by: Alliance Defending Freedom Nurses in a big city hospital never know what a day’s shift will bring – straightforward cases or medical miracles, major crises or minor first aid. Whatever her station, whatever the duty of the moment, a nurse tries to ready herself for anything. But some things, you just can’t see…

Win Cash for Your Group!

Every year at the SFLA National Conference, we recognize and honor student pro-life groups from across the country who have made huge strides in the movement to abolish abortion in America. This year, we are giving three groups the opportunity to be recognized for their excellence at our conference in addition to winning cash prizes…

A New Pro-Life Christmas Tradition

By: Kristan Hawkins For my family we keep our Christmas decorating simple:  a Christmas tree, an advent calendar, stockings inside of our house, and lights wrapped around our tree and in our flower bed outside. But this year, we’ve added something different. My husband stuck little battery-operated candles on the inside of our windows. You…