Pro-life organizations excluded from Women’s March
Reflecting on the “Women’s March on Washington” on Saturday, Jan. 21, I felt no sense of pride. I felt profound sadness and anger simultaneously. One of the key reasons for the march was a woman’s right over her body to abort her baby.
I am a Christian woman and mother of three children. When my second son was approximately one year old I had a “spontaneous abortion,” a medical term for a miscarriage. I was not aware at the time that I was pregnant. I just didn’t feel good. When I miscarried, I was about six weeks into the pregnancy. When I passed the clear sac containing the embryo of my baby there was not one spot of blood.
My doctor instructed me to put the embryo into a jar and bring it to him to be examined. The fetal position, odd-looking head, hands and feet were clearly an image of a baby in the first stages of life, not a mass of tissue. This is my own testimony that convinced me how precious a baby is and no one has the right to terminate their life. No pro-life organization was asked to participate in the “Women’s March.”
Andrew Wommack, an internationally-known Christian bible teacher on BVOVD TV, recently had an entire week of testimonies of women that miraculously survived abortion and their fight for life. Carrie Fischer’s skull was crushed from a partial abortion. As a survived victim her face is very disfigured, but her spirit is not fractured. She has an amazing will and started her own ministry. She wrote a book, “Speak Up for the Unborn.”
Melissa Ohden survived a “saline infusion” into her mother’s womb, another abortion practice. If the baby lives they are put into a bucket filled with formaldehyde until the baby dies. Amazingly Melissa survived, is a beautiful vital woman that has gone all over the country giving her testimony to influence young women to choose life for their unborn child. Melissa Ohden and Carrie Fischer do not hate their mothers, they forgave them and still love them.
Cassie Sandrovich, Brandywine