When it comes to moral purity, we often try to make gray the issues that are quite black and white. Cheryl La Mastra leads clients through questions that point them to God's Word.
What do we say to the woman who has already gotten an abortion? How can we help the person who advised a friend or relative to abort her child? This is the flip side of a crucial issue and cannot be ignored.
Maybe the real reason I don’t like making resolutions is because it forces me to acknowledge how sinful I still am. It’s much easier to ignore the parts I need to work on and live in mediocrity.
It's not an exaggeration to use the word trauma to describe the physical and psychological effects of an abortion. Cheryl La Mastra even compares it to the PTSD a soldier may face.
Once a woman has found freedom and forgiveness for herself after an abortion, she may need to tell a few trusted others about her past choice, especially her current spouse.
Many women need help in linking the deep sorrow and emptiness they feel to their past abortion. Cheryl La Mastra explains how she walks them through the process of grieving.
A common coping mechanism for one who has aborted a child is to repress any thoughts of the value of that child. Psalm 139:13-18 are powerful verses for revealing the truth.
Cheryl La Mastra explains to Chuck Swindoll how speaking the truth in love to the clients she counsels is as essential for life change as pointing to Christ as the true healer.
Abortion will be in the forefront of our nation’s political and legal future for years to come. Essentially, however, it is not merely a political or legal issue, but a moral one, with deeply spiritual overtones. Because this is true, we need to be alert, informed, and concerned.
Change is one of life’s rare certainties! We aren’t exactly the same people we were last week, and we won’t be exactly the same next week, either. With each day and each experience, we grow to become different people.