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Noah Thonnard of Cypress, Texas produced a video that was chosen by the National Right to Life Committee as the best of all submitted by people from all over the country. Click the title above to watch it.

Ever ask why adoption matters? Despite what pro-abortion activists say, a woman's life is not over when she finds herself in an unplanned pregnancy. Many women turn to abortion as their only option during this time, but the reality of it is, there are a lot of other options including making an adoption plan for their child. By accepting advice and guidance from pregnancy centers and counselors, women are able to place their children in wonderful, loving homes and give the gift of a child to a family that otherwise might not have that opportunity.
Facts obtained from a 2017 report from Guttmacher Institute regarding Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States
Did You Know That an Unborn Child Can Feel Excruciating Pain During an Abortion?

Unborn babies can't cry out when they feel pain, but all biological indicators suggest they are capable of feeling pain by at least 20 weeks after fertilization, if not earlier.
Whether you see yourself as either for or against abortion, it is important to clearly understand the facts surrounding this very difficult issue.
A new individual receives 23 chromosomes from each parent. He or she is truly a unique individual human being, never to be repeated. A new person has been created, who at this stage is a tiny living organism weighing only one ten-millionth of a gram. Life begins.
Over 3,300 unborn babies die from abortion in the United States every day.
Abortion is the intentional killing of an unborn child. How the child's life is taken depends upon the stage of pregnancy at the time of the abortion. Some abortion methods are surgical in nature; others chemical.