Writing for the nonprofit organization Save the Storks, Natasha and Brittany draw on personal interviews, inspiring stories, and eye-opening facts to help readers understand:
- How economics, relationships, and health affect a woman's pregnancy decision
- The value of having empathy for women facing unplanned pregnancies
- The enormous potential churches have to support women in crisis
Writing not just from a "pro-birth" perspective but from a "pro-abundant life" prospective, Unplanned Grace is an ideal resource for churches and individuals who want to make a difference in the pro-life movement.
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I finished this book in a couple of days, which is rare for me. But it was so accessible, yet compelling! Sometimes I run across anti-abortion people online that are missing what I think this books provides as a key ingredient- compassion. Understanding the circumstances that surround a woman when she is faced with an unplanned pregnancy ignites the kind of compassion that actually gets help to people. I've seen this firsthand as a volunteer at a pregnancy resource center, and everything discussed in this book affirms that life and dignity that pro-life people want to make a culture out of. I like how the sections are laid out by stories, information, and direction- it makes it very readable! This being from Save the Storks makes exact sense as they are the ones putting boots on the road to bring love, truth, and care to people where they are at. I think the more stories we know, the better we know the "why" behind what we do and the "how" to help. I wish more people knew the content inside this book. Thank you for a great resource!
Great book for understanding, healing and helping others around the issues around abortion!
The best handling of the subject that I have seen in a nonpartisan manner with achievable action items to be used by individuals, leaders, and churches to serve one another.