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About the Book

Being pro-life means that not only do we see abortion as murder, but we also see our apathy against injustice toward life outside of the womb as a co-conspirator against the fight for life. It means we fight for racial equality. It means we love the woman walking into the abortion clinic passionately with the love of Christ. And it means we embrace life no matter what syndrome may be attached to a person’s identity.

 There are many books written about being pro-life and combatting abortion, but my hope is this small volume will bring awareness that the pro-life ethic is so much bigger than just being pro-birth.

About the Author


Herbie Newell is the President/Executive Director of Lifeline Children’s Services and its ministry arms: (un)adopted®, Families Count, Rooted in Love, and Lifeline Village. Herbie holds a master’s degree in Accounting from Samford University. He joined Lifeline in 2003 as Executive Director. He speaks nationally and internationally for many events concerning adoption and the Church’s response to orphan care. He and his wife, Ashley, live in Birmingham, Alabama, and are parents to son, Caleb, and daughters, Adelynn and Emily.