Melissa Ohden

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For Babies Who Survived Abortions and are Moms Now, Mother’s Day is Extra Special
Washington, DC | 5/6/20

The celebration of Mother’s Day is rife with heart-warming tributes to the women who make our world go around—the mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and mother figures who sacrificially pour into our lives into ours. Here are a few samples.

I Was Supposed to Die in an Abortion, But I Survived Because God Had a Much Bigger Plan
Washington, DC | 12/11/19

“Your current circumstances are part of your redemption story He is writing”—Evinda Lepins.

Abortion Results From Hopelessness, But Life Inspires Hope
Washington, DC | 12/9/19

Inspire Hope.

Abortion Survivor: I Was Supposed to Die But God Has Used My Survival for Good
Washington, DC | 10/24/19

The pain of my birthmother’s abortion ends with me.

Abortion Survivor: I Could Have Been One of the Aborted Babies Kept in Abortionist’s Garage
Washington, DC | 10/23/19

I know I’m far from alone in finding the news that more fetal remains were found in the trunk of abortionist Ulrich Klopfer’s car beyond the 2,246 stashed in his garage to be heartbreaking and, frankly, sickening. But, as you can imagine, as a abortion survivor, this pains me in a very distinct way.

“My Mom Took My Girlfriend For an Abortion Without Giving Me Any Say”
Washington, DC | 7/19/19

I Met President Trump and Represented Almost 270 People Who Have Survived Abortions
Washington, DC | 2/15/19

"On behalf of the 269 survivors that I’ve connected with through my work, I just want to thank you for all you do for life.”

Some People Survive School Shootings, I Survived an Abortion. We’re All Glad to Be Alive
Washington, DC | 11/16/18

“Nobody asked to be in this thing, and it’s got a lifetime membership.”

Her Mother Survived the Holocaust and Told Her, “God Saved Me So I Could Give You Life”
Washington, DC | 10/23/18

In an October 16, 2018, interview with Susannah Hutcheson in USA Today, designer and entrepreneur Diane Von Furstenberg reflected upon her career, her lessons learned in both her work and life, and the philanthropic role she now undertakes in numerous organizations.

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