I was surprised to see this article on the front page of the New York Times today. Of course it was not without its obligatory mischaracterization of the pro-life movement while at the same time ignoring the barbarous practices of Planned Parenthood. Still, when you read about the success that centers like Care Net have had, it's worth taking a good look at their strategy for persuading women not to have an abortion.
It was infuriating to read accusations that Care Net uses deception to draw pregnant women to its services. Isn't that what PP does? Does the law require PP to post notices outside its business that read: "babies killed here"? The irony.
Sometimes, the best way to direct someone to their destination is to meet them where they are and lead them to where they need to be. One woman, one baby, one soul at a time.