What Would You Say To Megan?


Cities4Life wants the “What Would You Say” posts to be as interactive as possible. Not only is this good practice for thinking on your feet during everyday encounters you might have with people who oppose your worldview, but it is also good training for those who want to do Frontline Ministry outside of abortion mills. And remember, scripture addresses the root of these problems.

“The reason I decided not to carry this pregnancy to full term is because I have two children already, am working full time, and would like to continue school for nursing soon. My boyfriend and I plan to be married sometime in the next year and a half or so and we know we want another child together (my first two are not his) but we are not ready right now. I took about a week to gauge my feelings and thoughts before I told him. He was very careful to let me express all of what I was thinking and feeling, and when I told him I didn’t want to keep it, he supported me 100%. I think having his support is one of the biggest things that makes this easier.” -Megan

What would you say to Megan?

One Response to “What Would You Say To Megan?”

  1. Jubilee

    How do you think the baby felt, enduring a painful death because of your decision? You have to understand all the implications of such a choice before you determine that it is in “everyone’s best interests”. Do you really want to have to explain to your future children that you want them but killed their brother or sister just because you weren’t “ready”? Do you know, honestly no one is ever ready for a baby. In fact, this is why abstinence before marriage is so important. It prevents people from having to consider the burden of a pregnancy they aren’t ready for. But choosing to make a baby in bad timing is no excuse to slaughter that same baby in an unthinkable manner. Neither of you know what you are really doing.

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