There's a campaign on right now to discredit pregnancy medical centers, especially Women's Choice Network here in Pittsburgh. Why? Because the other side knows that fewer women are getting abortions because these centers are there. And there are a lot of bad consciences regarding abortion out there: the implication of our ads is that women really have a choice, and in their heart of hearts, our adversaries know that it's not just a practical choice, but a moral one. A woman who has had an abortion can either attempt to justify it, or repent of it, and seek and find the forgiveness of God. We pray that our adversaries with a personal stake in this disagreement will do the latter.
Later this month (April 2018) I hope to do a video with a Medical Director from Women's Choice, not to address the false and malicious claims of the pro-abortion crowd, but just to reassure women that they get trustworthy information on pregnancy and abortion, from people who want to help them. Dr. Rocco Adams, whom I have known personally for years, is the Medical Director for Choices Pregnancy Services, in Coraopolis (but with mobile units travelling throughout our area). He speaks to women in this month's Facebook ad, assuring them that they and their friends can trust the people at Choices.
Chris Humphrey has been involved in pro-life activity of one kind or another since the late 1970s, when he first looked at the subject of abortion in seminary in Canada. He has an undergraduate degree in English (University of Toronto), and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in religious studies (McGill). He has had a varied career as a pastor, chaplain in a psychiatric hospital, editor of academic and instructional publications, semi-professional photographer, and home renovator. He is a husband of over 40 years to Edith (a Professor of New Testament), father to three girls, and grandfather to seventeen grandchildren. He lives and works in the Stanton Heights neighborhood of Pittsburgh.