This is the healing work that I first went through myself in 2011 and was then able to heal my own womb from 40 pounds of fibroid tumors. Are you, as a healer, charging people and laying your hands on them when you are not yet healed? Is there blood still on your hands that has not been reconciled? We offer post abortion healing clinics whether it was five minutes ago with a pill 50 years ago with a wire clothes hanger. Nobody is exempt and nobody's name is so big and so great that they skip over this very important healing step that needs to be fulfilled with the Universe. How dare we be so arrogant as to approach the universe asking for prosperity, asking for health and healing, asking for our businesses to expand, asking for children to come into our current relationships to live in our wombs and we still have the 900 pound elephant of a dead baby or dead babies still hiding in our closets. I suffered with fibroids tumors for 17 years as I hid my dead baby in the closet in shame. I was not allowed to go forward as a healer until I reconcile that. I'm so glad that the universe caught me before I moved forward. Isn't it time that you stop acting like it didn't happen, like it didn't hurt, like it doesn't matter and like that really wasn't a baby? Please DM me. I will be having a private webinar for those women that are ready to take the next step toward their healing. You are not alone sis, you're not alone at all. Queen Neith #postabortion#postabortionhealingclinic#yesithurtandimnotok#iamsacredspace#queenneith
<< Avevo lasciato il mio bambino in quell'ospedale. Non lo desideravo, neanche con quella fotografia posata sul grembo indolenzito, ma non importava. Era come se non mi fosse rimasto più nulla: un compagno da amare, il figlio di quell'amore, niente di niente, Non impazzii né mi successe nulla, ma sprofondai in una depressione buia come il mare in una notte senza luna>>
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Telling my story is not easy. My sin is ugly; everyone's sin is. The glory is in the exchange, beauty for ashes, joy instead of mourning, and praise instead of heaviness. Seven years into my relationship with Jesus, I am made new. My marriage is preserved. My children know Jesus. I can finally say, I have a good life. This all came through the love and forgiveness of God through Jesus Christ. In Christ, we are new creations with a new identity.
Please pray with me as I train 3 new women today on how to facilitate biblical healing for women who have experienced abortion in their past. It is quite humbling to have the honor of teaching others how to point others to Christ for true healing, and I would covet your prayers as the Holy Spirit uses me to speak today!
Shout out to Holy Spirit and @lovelandcoffee for getting me ready this morning! 🙏🏻 ☕️
If you, or someone you know, feels loss or regret of a past abortion; consider joining Broken Vessels Group.
You are not defined by your past decisions. You can experience true peace.
The next group begins early February. More info and to register at: www.brokenvesselsgroup.com
Yesterday, at Ryerson University, a woman came up to me, angry at the images of aborted children, she quickly broke down in tears, “I had an abortion.” I moved my sign out of her sight, and asked her how she was doing since, if she had healed emotionally. “I will never heal,” she said. I asked her what her circumstances were like at the time of the abortion. She said she felt she had no other choice, the people in her life wanted her to have the abortion, and so she did. I listened, and said that’s a common thing, that people often pressure their loved ones into it, and then they can easily move on while the woman has to carry that memory, that burden. I explained that we use our images because we so often hear post-abortive women say, “Nobody told me it would look like that,” “I didn’t know how developed my baby already was,” or “If I’d known it looked like that, I wouldn’t have gone through with it.” I told her we know abortion kills, but it also deeply wounds those affected by it, especially the women. We don’t want that to happen to her, or anybody else. She admitted the first time she saw an image of an aborted fetus the same age hers had been, she was devastated, and sought healing. That image was the catalyst in her beginning to accept the loss she had suffered - the first step to healing. After talking about our born children, what a joy they are to us, and life in general, she had to go. She was no longer crying, or angry. She said, “I appreciate what you’re trying to do here. I hope nobody (else) yells at you today, thanks for the great talk.” We shook hands and she left. #abortion#postabortion#abortionhurtswomen#silentnomoreawareness
“I was trying to find options but I didn’t have anyone to talk about options with... I didn’t want to be around anyone until I realized, I might need to go through this myself.”
Did you know that statistics show that one out of three women has had an abortion? At the Pregnancy Clinic we offer a Post Abortion Bible Study to help those who are struggling with a past abortion. If you or someone you know is looking for healing from a past abortion, we're here to help. #postabortion#abortionhurtswomen#abortionrecovery www.helphopeandhealing.org/PAS
LATEST RELEASE of our Post Abortion Brochure - Information about the potential consequences of an abortion and the support for dealing with them. Available for purchase here
One of our goals this year is to connect with all of the life-affirming ministries and organizations in Pittsburgh! We want to hear about what you are doing and share what we're doing - because we are stronger together!
If you are involved with a group in Pittsburgh, reach out to us!
When I was a little girl I dreamed of singing & songwriting.. that dream seemed lost, buried under sin & shame of choices made.. then I met Jesus & He placed a guitar back in my hands..I hadn't played for 30 years.. when I saw this painting it reminded me that my dreams have wings & they flew back to me.. I love it more then I can express. @deannart #deannartlove artlove #postabortion#surrenderedsecrets#redeemeddreamsI
God restores ❤. .
I've been gone for awhile and for good reason 😉. .
I created JadenLove as a place for healing and restoration, for myself and other women who were dealing with postabortion trauma, guilt, and grief. .
Shortly after, I got engaged, married, pregnant with the child doctors told me I may never have due to PCOS, and gave birth to the most beautiful little boy on June 2nd. .
Whatever you're going through, know that God can forgive you. Now it's up to you to forgive yourself and heal your heart so that God can use you for a greater purpose and bless you. .
I'm a living testimony that God does restore ❤.
You can follow my other page @simplisticchic_ where I talk more about my journey with PCOS and my natural health journey.
A new longitudinal study with over 300 Dutch women who recently had an #abortion (and who were then re-evaluated an average of 2.7 years later) finds that the link between abortion and future #mentalhealth disorders is unsubstantiated--even for multiple abortions! Rather, any incidence of future mental #health problems (which were experienced by 32% of women in the sample) was down to conditions like conceiving in a bad relationship and history of mental disorders, and was not a result of any abortion-related variables (e.g., history of multiple abortions, second-trimester abortion, #preabortion decision difficulty or uncertainty, and #postabortion negative emotions). The takeaway? Abortion by itself does not pose specific risks to future mental health.
Link to study: ow.ly/9I9D30cvdvD
Gosh, what a week! Makes me think about what a week it must have been for our Lord Jesus leading up to His loving sacrifice for us.😭✝️ He is moving in more ways than I can see or fathom but after the immensely supportive + overwhelming response from you all about my "Life Post Abortion" testimony on #3130beloved [[ LINK IN BIO ]]- so many new windows of opportunities to share + to help empower others to heal through experiences where they've fallen into shame or guilt have arose.
I even reconciled just this morning with a brother in Christ from college about violating each other's physical purity. We both weren't walking with Christ at the time but forgiveness was given and declared over each other, which lead to [[ freedom ]] from it!! It was amazing✨
I'm thankful for God's consistency right now + that He is DOING a mighty work + and just resting in His goodness with a surrendered heart.
🙌🏼Do as you may with me, Lord. Help me not be overwhelmed + burdened + burned out. I believe but help my unbelief. I need you. Thank you for your death and resurrection! Thank you for the power of your blood! I am overwhelmed by your affection. The kindness and the greatness of your love!!
(Part 1 of 2) "In 1943, my great-grandmother Carrol was told that cancer was filling her body. She was pregnant with my grandmother and the doctors urged her to terminate her pregnancy. She made her choice. On November 27, 1943 Carrol delivered a little girl. Twenty-four hours later, she died. Eighteen years later that little girl she gave birth to got married and had four children of her own. Those four children had twenty children between them." - Sarah #Standforlife#tbt#throwbackthursday
"Sitting in my doctor's office at 16 years old and hearing the words 'you're pregnant,' filled me with fear.
I couldn't believe this was real. I desperately searched for the 'undo' button. How would I finish school? What would my family think? How could I be a mom at such a young age?
My fears increased immensely as time went on. I felt that I could not cope, and I wanted a referral for an abortion. I returned to my doctor for the referral, but did not realize at the time that in doing so, I was signing up for the abortion procedure.
At the ultrasound that afternoon, the tech asked me how far along I thought I was. I figured I was about 10 weeks and six days, but she informed me that I was actually measuring '12 weeks to the day.' I knew that 12 weeks was the cutoff for an abortion in my hometown, and it was the sign I needed from the Lord that I was going to have this baby.
We found out later that the abortionist was waiting for me to come upstairs after that ultrasound. I realize now, that because of my extremely fragile emotional state, if I had walked upstairs that day, I likely could have been persuaded to have an abortion.
Thinking about Noah David Mitchell ending up in a hospital disposal container overwhelms me far more than anything I've ever had to face. I've learned to 'walk by faith, not by sight,' (2 Corinthians 5:7), and I know now that when I put my faith and trust in Him, He will direct my path.
Although the journey has not been easy and the future is still uncertain, Noah has brought so much joy to our lives. We cannot imagine life without his sweet soul, and have been so blessed by the greatest gift of love he has shown us.
Saying YES to life has been the best yes. Choose LIFE, Choose LOVE." - Darby #StandforLIFE
Twenty-five percent of women who have abortions do so because of public shame and humiliation.
When you tell a woman that her unborn baby's life is valuable, tell her that her life is valued just as much. Let the truth in. Let the LIGHT in. #StandforLIFE