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Opening hearts and homes during National Adoption Month

At the end of a long day, with a tucked in child sleeping soundly beside her, Buneka Lucas sits and looks down at this healthy, happy little person. Weary but fulfilled from a long day of work, she hasn’t even changed out of her scrubs yet. She knows her hard work has paid off. Her children will never face the trauma and horrors she endured.

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Why protesters are not pro-life

The presence of protesters at abortion clinics has long caused heartache, hurt and even death. In the recent “red rose rescue” attacks at two abortion clinics in the U.S. – one in Michigan and one in Virginia – protestors stormed clinic waiting rooms.

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How society failed Lachelle Anderson

Earlier this month, teenage mother Lachelle Anderson was charged in Columbus with the murder of her newborn child. In August, Brooke Skylar Richardson, an 18-year-old in Lebanon, Ohio, was charged with the same crime.

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American Red Cross or abortion clinic: Where I chose to send my dollars

Our world is in a state of disarray. With Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma uprooting families, destroying entire countries and taking the lives of both residents and first responders, every American is doing our part to help those in need. For many this is donating to the American Red Cross. But I donated to an abortion clinic. Here’s why.

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No one ever asked me what I wanted

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Be Brave

Be Brave

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National Adoption Awareness Month ... Bigger Love

Adoption is about loss. Big loss. As much as it is about loss, it is about love. Bigger love. Loss and love built Choice Network. On this first day of National Adoption Month, 2016, we invite you to see adoption through Choice Network’s eyes.

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Simone Biles: Raised with Love. Born from a Fighter. Trained a Champion.

We’ve seen and heard a lot about the incredible Simone Biles this week. What an amazingly strong, athletic, young Olympian. Ultimately, that’s what she should be known for.

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