January 22: Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Tomorrow is a day to remember one of the country’s most significant changes. In 1974, the Supreme Court took state’s rights away and forbid any legislation that would spare the life of an unborn child. The annual March for Life will attempt to be a voice for the unborn tomorrow at the nation’s capitol…

March for Life

A very special coincidence is the Heppner family’s broadcast on TLC the same night. They earned a PG rating because of their honest testimony of Miriam Heppner’s teenage pregnancy with her first child. She and her husband, DuWayne, has since had 15 more children. There will be a printed story in the Fargo Forum tomorrow, and I’ll be sure to link to it for you.

A most common argument for the pro-abortion movement is the emotional appeal to teenagers fearful and scared. Miriam and DuWayne’s story shows how God can prevail through fear, and giving life to a child is always the best choice. I hope you are going to be able to make it to their show!

By the way, we, too, got a PG rating for the episode. Wendy was a teenage mom who gave life to two beautiful girls, now 23 and 20. Wendy shared the story on camera. We have since had 11 children. I tell you, I am so very thankful for Alicia and Alissa. I can’t imagine life without them.

About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.