Record Year at CareNet!

See What God Has Done! December is not yet over, but the ink has already dried making 2016 a record year for CareNet. CareNet counselors saw more clients intent on abortion than ever before in the ministry’s history increasing the opportunities to save lives. CareNet’s medical team performed 464 ultrasounds, again a record breaking number.…

Support CareNet on #GivingTuesday

On Tuesday, November 29, CareNet of DuPage is participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving.  Since 2012, #GivingTuesday has inspired greater giving that brings about real change in local communities.  We invite you to join the movement and click here to show your support for CareNet this November 29!  Your support of CareNet saves lives, every day.

Church Defends Right to Post Pro-Life Signs on Its Property

Church Defends Right to Post Pro-Life Signs on Its Property

City officials in a town in Virginia recently challenged free speech rights when they filed criminal charges against a church that posted pro-life signs on its own property. Valley Church of Christ recently posted 2 signs along their property line to recognize the sanctity of human life. One sign shows an unborn baby cradled in…

Ohio Closed 7 Abortion Facilities in 4 Years; Abortion Numbers Drop

Ohio Closed 7 Abortion Facilities in 4 Years; Abortion Numbers Drop

Last year it was reported that the number of abortions in Ohio have hit historic lows, likely the outcome of pro-life laws that resulted in shutting down unsafe abortion facilities. A new report now indicates that since 2011, seven of the 16 abortion facilities operating in Ohio have been closed. “Ohio’s continual decline in abortions…

Anti-Discrimination Law in DC Targets Pro-Life Organizations

Shortly after the Senate allowed a controversial anti-discrimination law to officially take effect in Washington DC, a group of pro-life organizations released a joint statement pledging to continue operating in accordance with their beliefs—thereby putting themselves at risk of violating the law. “Despite the enactment of this unjust law, we will continue to hire employees…

Colorado Unborn Victims Bill Voted Down

The attacker who brutally assaulted a 7-month-pregnant mother in Colorado will stand trial over charges associated with the mother’s assault, but will not face any charges for killing her baby. The news comes one day after the Colorado legislature voted down an unborn victims bill, intended to hold criminals accountable when they kill or injure…