Does the Pill Cause Abortion?

You may already know this, but it was news to me.  The video, 28 Days on the Pill, outlines how the pill works to  “usually” prevent ovulation, and thicken cervical mucus to make it harder for sperm to reach the egg (if ovulation has occurred). According to the Christian producers of this film, the third way the pill works has been less talked about and can cause “embryonic abortion.” How? Continue reading “Does the Pill Cause Abortion?”

A Christian’s 100+ Reasons TO Have Kids

The site, Life in a Shoe, recently did a list of reasons to have kids, in  response to lists of  reasons they have seen out there on why not to have them.  It is run by a Christian family that has 12 kids.  They make it clear that they think the reasons not to have children are “based in immaturity, materialism, myths, and misconceptions.” Continue reading “A Christian’s 100+ Reasons TO Have Kids”

Laura Carroll, Childfree Choice

Insights on Being Childfree and Christian

I recently connected with blogger I.Am.Free at her blog–Childfree Christian: Thoughts on the intersection of Christianity and childfreedom.  She has some great thoughts and insights on being childfree and Christian. I hear from Lots of Christians who struggle with this, so I asked if she’d co-post an interview, and I am happy she agreed! First a few words from I.Am.Free: Continue reading “Insights on Being Childfree and Christian”

The Darkside of Catholicism

Some research suggests that the childfree tend not to be religious people (I have seen lots who are however)–When it comes to the recent pedophilia scandal in the Catholic church I can see why..I’ve been an “ex-Catholic” for years.  Among many things this church teaches, I find troubling their long held positions that… Continue reading “The Darkside of Catholicism”

Childfree Christians: Challenging Be Fruitful and Multiply

Katherine English wrote an interesting post, “Free to be Childfree” on Café-Stirring the Spirit Within.  It asks questions childfree Christians often struggle with. She writes that “it seems that there is instruction in many parts of the bible to be ‘fruitful and multiply’” (Genesis 1), and asks what does this mean for women who choose not to have children–are those women still living as God intended? Continue reading “Childfree Christians: Challenging Be Fruitful and Multiply”