Rape Victim Rejects Abortion After Hearing Rebecca Kiessling’s Inspiring Story

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Sep 4, 2013   |   11:01AM   |   Washington, DC

Rebecca Kiessling is an inspiring pro-life activist whose story of having been conceived in rape but not becoming a victim of abortion like so many other babies has changed hearts and minds across the nation.

Her story reached across the world and inspired a woman from Germany, who found herself pregnant after a devastating sexual assault, to choose life for her baby.

Rebecca shared her story on Facebook yesterday:

I just got this AWESOME Facebook message that my story and website helped to save a baby conceived in rape from Germany!

“Hi Rebecca, my name is __ and I am from Germany!! Your story touched my heart! This is because a friend of mine was raped last year. When she noticed she was pregnant she did not know what to do.

She browsed the Internet for help and found your website and your story. After that it was clear to her to keep and love her baby. So YOU and your story saved HER and the BABY. Your fight for mums and babies who are involved in the worst crime of the world. Please fight on for both. I also love your fight for rapists not getting any parenting rights so that women and their babies can live in peace and without fear.

You have a beautiful family as well. Wish you a great weekend and god bless you!!! Greetings and hugs to you from Germany.”

My story has not only been translated into German, but many other languages as well — it’s good to know that it’s really making a difference!

Kiessling is the pro-life advocate who had lawmakers laugh at her recently for sharing her testimony and voting to support a resolution to back killing babies in abortion who have been conceived in rape or incest.