Jane Roe

Truth Be Told:

The woman behind the Supreme Court Case Roe v. Wade, NEVER had an abortion. 

Emotional and Psychological Impact of Abortion
The uncomfortable feelings associated with an abortion may not appear all together. Nor will each woman or man possess all of them. Note these symptoms may appear immediately, as in hours, days, weeks or months ~ or may not surface for 2-20 years following the procedure, these include:
Bouts of crying, depression, guilt, inability to forgive yourself, intense grief / sadness, anger / rage, emotional numbness, sexual problems or promiscuity, eating disorders, lowered self esteem, drug and alcohol abuse, nightmares and sleep disturbances, suicidal urges, difficulty with relationships, anxiety and panic attacks, flashbacks, multiple abortions, pattern of repeat crisis pregnancy, discomfort around babies or pregnant women, fear / ambivalence of pregnancy.

Abortion was legal under common law in the United States leading up to the 19th century, says Leslie Reagan, professor of history and law at the University of Illinois and author of "When Abortion was a Crime." Early laws only prohibited the use of toxic substances to cause miscarriages after "quickening," or when a woman feels her child move -- usually four or five months into the pregnancy.​
1821: Connecticut passes the first law in the United States to restrict abortion. It prohibits the use of a toxic substance to cause a miscarriage after "quickening." A number of other states follow.
1873: Anthony Comstock, head of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, lobbies to pass the Comstock Law, a federal law banning the selling or distributing of materials related to contraception and abortion. 
1930s: The number of abortions increases significantly during the Great Depression. "The Depression years make vivid the relationship between economics and reproduction," Reagan writes. "Married women with children found it impossible to bear the expense of another, and unmarried women could not afford to marry." 
[A migrant family prays before their noonday meal Oklahoma during the Great Depression.]
A migrant family prays before their noonday meal Oklahoma during the Great Depression. 
The dangerous practice of unregulated abortions led to a high U.S. maternal mortality rate, Reagan says. In her book, she cites a study done in 1931 showing illegal procedures are responsible for 14% of maternal deaths. 
1950s: Hospitals start to form "therapeutic abortion boards" to decide whether doctors can perform an abortion on a case-by-case basis, according to Reagan. Therapeutic abortions are allowed by law if the mother's life is in danger. Hospital restrictions generated resentment among physicians who felt "shackled" by the law, Reagan writes. 
1955: Planned Parenthood organizes a conference, "Abortion in the United States," that includes testimony from sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, abortionist G. Lotrell Timanus and Planned Parenthod's then-medical director Mary Calderone. A record of the conference is published in 1958, launching a national discussion on reformed abortion laws. 
1960s: Pat Maginnis founds the Society for Humane Abortion, later becoming one of the first people to publicly campaign for legalizing abortion. "They thought she was insane," Reagan says of Maginnis' fellow pro-choice advocates. "They're trying to start talking about reform... and having her out there was hurting them." 
1962: Sherri Finkbine, an Arizona mother of four, travels to Sweden after a local hospital denies her request for a legal abortion. Finkbine had taken the drug thalidomide, which researchers linked to birth defects. 
The hospital was initially going to perform the procedure but withdrew its offer after Finkbine told her story to the local newspaper in hopes of alerting mothers to the dangers of the drug. The resulting publicity threw her into the middle of a worldwide debate. 
1969: A group of young women in Chicago starts "Jane," an underground system that helps women find safe and affordable illegal abortions. Eventually they learn to perform the procedures themselves, completing nearly 12,000 abortions from 1969 to 1973, according to a documentary about the group. 
Two significant court cases -- People v. Belous and Doe v. Scott, which reached the Supreme Court in 1971 -- declare abortion laws unconstitutional. "That prompted people all over the place to start putting together cases... challenging state abortion laws," Reagan says.
1970: By the early 1970s, 20 states have passed abortion reform or repeal laws. Hawaii, Alaska, New York and Washington state have legalized abortion. 
1972: The Supreme Court legalizes the use of birth control pills for all women, regardless of marital status. Before the decision, only married women were able to receive the pill through a doctor's prescription. 
1973: The Supreme Court settles Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, declaring abortion a right-to-privacy issue and hospital therapeutic abortion boards unconstitutional.
"Though often overlooked since, (Bolton) was as important as Roe," Reagan writes. "The Court held in Doe v. Bolton that policies designed to restrict access to abortion ... violated the rights of women to health care and of physicians to practice."
1976: In Planned Parenthood of Central Missouri v. Danforth, the Supreme Court declares a statute that requires parental and spousal consent for abortions unconstitutional.
Congress enacts the Hyde Amendment for the first time, banning the use of federal funds for abortion except in cases of rape, incest or endangerment of the mother's life. This amendment has been attached to the congressional appropriations bill and approved by Congress every year since then. 
1983: In Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health, the Supreme Court declares unconstitutional an Ohio law that requires all abortions after the first trimester be performed at a hospital, a 24-hour waiting period and parental consent for girls younger than 15.
1989: The Supreme Court deals a blow to anti-abortion forces in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services by striking down a law that requires doctors to test the viability of the fetus before an performing any abortion. Three justices said they would allow restrictions on abortion but only if the restrictions had a rational basis. 
1992: Supporters on either side of the abortion issue are left confused after the Supreme Court rules on Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania. v. Casey. The court says abortion regulations that present an "undue burden" on women's constitutional right will be prohibited; critics say "undue burden" is too vague.
1994: President Bill Clinton signs the Abortion-Clinic Protection Bill into law, which is designed to protect abortion clinics from attacks, blockades and acts of intimidation by pro-life protesters. 
2000: The Food and Drug Administration approves the abortion pill RU-486. The drug enables a woman to terminate a pregnancy within seven weeks from her last menstrual period, without the need for a surgical abortion.
2003: President George W. Bush signs the "partial-birth abortion" bill, outlawing the procedure known as intact dilation and extraction (D&X). Federal judges quickly issue injunctions that temporarily nullify the law's effect for many abortion providers. 
2004: About 800,000 demonstrators gather in Washington for the "March for Women's Lives," a protest against Bush's reproductive rights policies. This is the largest abortion-rights demonstration since a 1992 rally that drew at least 500,000 participants.
2007: The Supreme Court upholds the partial-birth abortion law 5-4 in the first federal restriction on a particular abortion method since Roe v. Wade. 
In a bitter dissent read from the bench, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the majority's opinion "cannot be understood as anything other than an effort to chip away a right declared again and again by this court."
2009: President Barack Obama ends a ban on the use of U.S. foreign aid funds by international family planning programs that provided abortions or advice on obtaining one. The ban had first been instituted in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan. 
George Tiller, a physician who performed late-term abortions, is shot and killed in Wichita, Kansas. Tiller, who had been subject to antiabortion protests and harassment for more than 20 years, was the first abortion provider killed since 1998. 
2011: Voters in Mississippi reject the "personhood" amendment, which would have outlawed all forms of abortion, including for cases of rape, incest and life-threatening pregnancies. 
Research from the Alan Guttmacher Institute finds the number of abortions is at its lowest level since Roe v. Wade, remaining steady at about 1.2 million reported procedures in 2011, down 25% since the all-time high in 1990.
2012: Susan G. Komen for the Cure announces it will cut off funding to affiliates of Planned Parenthood. The organization reverses the decision three days later amid a public outcry. 
The Supreme Court upholds President Obama's Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. Starting in 2014, the level of abortion coverage each woman will receive will depend on their state's policy, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. The ACA prohibits states from including abortion in any essential benefits package and no plan in an insurance exchange is required to offer abortion coverage. In addition, states can bar all plans participating in the exchanges from covering abortions.

To be Continued... as we see laws being changed in certain States, we will post these as well. Stay tuned. 

The Hard Truth

Years ago I had a dream.  In it I was walking through this landfill. I could feel the Lord's grief as He walked with me and showed me what these mounds consisted of...  There were mounds and mounds of dead babies. These were the millions and millions of aborted babies, heads, parts, limbs, blood everywhere... Murdered, mutilated, discarded as refuse. I could feel the weight of the Lord's grief. The loss of life, the loss of gifts, of purpose and potential each child carried within them. 

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Please know we are Pro-Life. This page will show graphic images, laws in place, statistics, etc. We offer counseling, prayer support and other alternative suggestions and sources to  those feeling they need to make a decision regarding the baby and it's future.

We are a compassionate organization; we understand there are sensitive cases such as a mother's life in jeopardy, rape, incest, and extreme cases of deformities of the unborn child that need to be taken into consideration. 

In these situations we would come along side, counsel, pray with you and for you in these tough situations. 

For those who have had abortions in the past; there is forgiveness found in Christ. 

We are very strong in education in birth control alternatives.  We absolutely do not believe as we see in our society, that abortion should used as a form of birth control. 

Roe v. Wade


History of Abortion 

Abortion Statistics for 2015 state 42 Million Abortions are performed annually.  That is 115,000 babies being killed daily. 

1% of all abortions occur because of rape or incest; 6% of abortions occur because of potential health problems with either the mother or the child; and 93% of all abortions occur for social reasons (that is, the child is unwanted or inconvenient). Other statistical sites have said 1% of all abortion occur because of rape or incest and 1% are because of potential health problems with either the mother or the child. That is 93%-98% of ALL ABORTIONS performed as a birth control method due to social and/or economic reasons. 

I can't promise you it is easy, but I can promise you it is worth it.  I have amazing children, wouldn't trade them for the world. 
They are worth everything I went through or will go through. 
 Albeit the bloody and graphic images displayed on this page; this is reality of abortion.  
As one who ministers and counsels individuals, if you are in a situation and are facing a tough decision ahead of you, please call and let me speak/pray with you regarding that decision.  There are so many alternatives to abortion and many couples that are unable to conceive that would adopt, love and care for that child.  We can put you in touch with legitimate Adoption Agencies, Social Services, Churches, and families who may be the connections you need in the best interest of placing  your child where they can be loved and cared for.  We will also find and  refer you to Legal Counsel in your area so an adoption can be done legally and legitimately protecting everyone's interests.  
To those who are facing this situation of impregnation due to incest and/or rape:  This is a me speaking, Jennifer, the woman, and a mother. 
I honestly and sincerely say this and don't judge me, I would not know what to do myself in that situation or let's say if I had a daughter 12 yrs old that was violently raped and impregnated; it would be a tough decision as a parent to think about forcing her to keep the child.  I honestly don't know if I could or what to even do in that situation. 
To those impregnated with children with extreme abnormalities; to which the child's rate of survival is non-existent outside of the womb...

Or cases where a decision has to be made due to the mother or child's life at stake...
 Please know my heart goes out to those in these tough situations, and I am here to listen, pray and receive the Counsel of the Lord for you, and my prayer is for you to at least give Him room and permission to come into that dire situation and give you the wisdom, instruction, and direction you need going forward.  

That's all I ask, give Him the room and permission to come in and speak giving guidance.  I am here to assist in that.  All my love. ~ Jen 

Exodus 23: "7 Have nothing to do with a false charge and do not put an innocent or honest person to death, for I will not acquit the guilty."

 Psalm 94:21 "The wicked band together against the righteous and condemn the innocent to death."

Exodus 20:13 "Thou shalt not kill."

Proverbs 6:16-19" There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers."

Psalm 106:38 " They shed innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan, and the land was desecrated by their blood."

1973  In a 7-2 ruling on January 22, 1973, the justices declared laws prohibiting abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy. They also said states could regulate abortion procedures in the interest of a woman's health or in protecting a potential human life starting at the end of the pregnancy's first trimester.

 Learn more about the events leading up to this historic decision, and what's happened in the four decades since the ruling: (taken from cnn.com)



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Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, 93 S. Ct. 705, 35 L. Ed. 2d 147 (1973), was a landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that declared a pregnant woman is entitled to have an abortion until the end of the first trimester of pregnancy without any interference by the State.  

Her Story: 

As Roe v. Wade and its allowance for unlimited abortions throughout pregnancy, the woman behind the infamous Supreme Court case has pledged her life to overturning it.
Norma McCorvey never wanted an abortion — she was seeking a divorce from her husband — but young, pro-abortion feminist attorney Sarah Weddington used McCorvey’s case as a means of attempting to overturn Texas’ law making most abortions illegal. Weddington took the case all the way to the Supreme Court, which invalidated every pro-life state law in the nation protecting unborn children and the rest is history.

But most Americans don’t know that McCorvey, who was “pro-choice” on abortion at the time, is now a pro-life advocate. She is now dedicated to reversing the Supreme Court case that bears her fictitious name, Jane Roe.
In a video, McCorvey explains her effort to obtain a legal abortion in the 1970s when facing an unplanned pregnancy. However, she has never had an abortion and now realizes that her court case was the biggest mistake of her life and currently fights to stop abortion.
“Back in 1973, I was a very confused twenty-one year old with one child and facing an unplanned pregnancy,” she says in the ad. “At the time I fought to obtain a legal abortion, but truth be told, I have three daughters and never had an abortion.”
“I think it’s safe to say that the entire abortion industry is based on a lie…. I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name,” McCorvey says.
She concludes the 60 second ad with the words: “You read about me in history books, but now I am dedicated to spreading the truth about preserving the dignity of all human life from natural conception to natural death.” “I’m Norma McCorvey, the former Jane Roe of the Roe vs. Wade decision that brought ‘legal’ child killing to America. I was persuaded by feminist attorneys to lie; to say that I was raped, and needed an abortion. It was all a lie,” she said in the ad. “Since then, over 50 million babies have been murdered. I will take this burden to my grave. Please, don’t follow in my mistakes."

What Spiritual Forces are in Operation 
Spirit of Death - Spirit of Murder
Spirit of Jezebel - Spirit of Witchcraft 

Spirit of Herod - Spirit of Korah

Spirit of Abloom - Spirit of Rebellion
Spirit of Depression -Spirit of Suicide 
Generational Curse - Genetic Curse
Carousing Spirit - Spirit of Lasciviousness

Violent Spirit - Malevolent Spirit 
Spirit of Deception - Spirit of Whoredom

Spirit of Sexual Immorality -Spirit of Perversion - Spirit of Lust

Spirit of Rape - Spirit of Incest

Spirit of Infanticide - Spirit of Genocide 

A Personal Note:

I want to personally thank you for taking the time to view this page.

There was 1 chance in 10,000 that I would survive in my mother's womb.  I was a product of an extramarital affair. 

My mother after receiving Counsel from a Catholic Hospital decided to take her chances.  Here I am.  

I have had five children of my own and have seven grandchildren, (one of which is in utero).

None of which would be here if it weren't for the providence of God in my mother's life and in mine.  

I ended up a single mom raising the older four and found myself in the same situation in raising number five alone.

As a single mom, financially; to be honest it was tough, especially when the dad's are no where to be found, but as a woman you have this innate strength within you to raise and provide for your children, even if you have to do it by yourself.  There were times, I felt I was hanging onto the Lord by my fingernails just to get by, but by the grace of God, we made it through. 

"For you created my inmost being;  you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful,
 I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book  before one of them came to be."  Psalm 139: 13-16