Faith Makes a Difference

Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff in the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that ushered in abortion in the U.S., died last month at the age of 69. As many of you know, she reversed course and deeply regretted her involvement in the legalization of abortion.

Record Year at Caring Network!

God has been gracious providing Caring Network with more opportunities to save and change lives. With your help, we have answered His call, reaching and serving more pregnant women in danger of choosing abortion than ever before.

Support Caring Network on #GivingTuesday

On Tuesday, November 29, Caring Network of DuPage is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving.  Since 2012, #GivingTuesday has inspired greater giving that brings about real change in local communities.  We invite you to join the movement and click here to show your support for Caring Network this November 29!  Your support of Caring Network saves…

Church Defends Right to Post Pro-Life Signs on Its Property

Church Defends Right to Post Pro-Life Signs on Its Property

City officials in a town in Virginia recently challenged free speech rights when they filed criminal charges against a church that posted pro-life signs on its own property. Valley Church of Christ recently posted 2 signs along their property line to recognize the sanctity of human life. One sign shows an unborn baby cradled in…

Ohio Closed 7 Abortion Facilities in 4 Years; Abortion Numbers Drop

Ohio Closed 7 Abortion Facilities in 4 Years; Abortion Numbers Drop

Last year it was reported that the number of abortions in Ohio have hit historic lows, likely the outcome of pro-life laws that resulted in shutting down unsafe abortion facilities. A new report now indicates that since 2011, seven of the 16 abortion facilities operating in Ohio have been closed. “Ohio’s continual decline in abortions…

Ohio Pursues Anti-Discrimination Law for Unborn Down Syndrome Babies

Ohio Pursues Anti-Discrimination Law for Unborn Down Syndrome Babies

The percentage of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome before birth and who eventually become victims of abortions continues to be very high. Studies indicate that an average of 80 percent of unborn babies with Down syndrome are victimized by abortion. To address this phenomenon, North Dakota eventually became the first state in the US to…