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Ultrasounds and Sonograms Save Babies’ Lives—A Call to Support Pregnancy Care Clinics

By Grant Van Leuven - Posted at Reformation 21: Published December 5, 2023 My wife and I had determined we fully filled my quiver this January with the delivery of our daughter. So, I was quite surprised this June when she hinted that another little reward was likely awaiting us in her womb! I responded, “That’s impossible!”—not out of desperation, but confusion about how it could have happened during the identified month of conception. Yet, indeed, next March we are expecting our eighth covenant child. [2] We learned through an early blood test that he will be our fifth son, and we are now praying for him by his name, Gaius Ezekiel Van Leuven. [3] Naturally, we ask of the Lord that our “Little Guy” makes it to full term healthy and strong. How frightful that such prayer cover proved important for him just to survive my wife’s first gynecology visit! Right at the start, the lady doctor asked if we had planned the pregnancy. When my wife sheepishly admitted that through natural
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Over 130 abortion clinics have closed since 2022: Operation Rescue

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