An Abortion Survivor’s Take on My Latest Book

Dear Christian Sisters & Brothers,

Thankful Thursday!

Jennifer Milbourn has a smile that won’t quit! Pretty amazing given her story of forgiving her mother for trying to abort her.

I met her last March, and I was able to say, “I’m sorry.” That led to another post-abortive woman saying she was sorry. A great deal of healing happened that night.

Jennifer and I became instant friends. Imagine that—a woman who survived an abortion and a woman who aborted her daughter—friends.

Thank you, Jennifer, for your friendship and for endorsing my latest book, Worship to End Abortion: Your Prayer Guide.

In Christ,

Cheryl

Abortion Survivor Jennifer Milbourn Talks about Forgiveness

Facebook Friday & Forgiveness
9 ET, 8 CT, 7 MT, 6 PT
with Abortion Survivor Jennifer Milbourn and Post-Abortive Cheryl Krichbaum

Dear Christian Sisters and Brothers,

Facebook Friday this week will be about forgiveness.

My friend Jennifer Milbourn, Vacuum Aspiration Abortion Survivor, will join me on Facebook Live in the Worship to End Abortion private group.

Those of us reading Worship to End Abortion: Your Prayer Guide have been forgiving people all week, so of course Jennifer and I are going to talk about forgiveness.

Join the group to watch the interview! (Be sure to answer all the group questions.)

Jennifer Milbourn, abortion survivor
Jennifer Milbourn, abortion survivor

In Christ,

Cheryl

Jesus Changed My Life

Dear Christian Sisters & Brothers,

Jesus changed my life so much that I do not live in fear, not even in a pandemic with my brother homeless and missing.

I am post-abortive. I am now completely healed and pro-life. I am an overcomer!

The video below is recorded by Revealed Ministries – Briana Nei at their Overcomer retreat, which was the weekend that everyone was at the grocery stores in the Greater Washington DC area ahead of the “shelter in place” orders.

I spoke after my new friend Jennifer Milbourn – Vacuum Aspiration, Abortion Survivor spoke about the power of forgiveness, saying:

“Don’t hold your healing hostage to someone else’s apology.” ~Dharius Daniels

Jesus said:

“As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten. Therefore be zealous and repent [repentance = confessing and forgiving!]. Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him/her and dine with him/her, and s/he with Me.

“To s/he who OVERCOMES I will grant to sit with Me on My throne, as I also overcame and sat down with My Father on His throne.

“S/he who has an ear, let him/her hear what the Spirit says to the churches.” (Rev 3:19-22)

Join me in being an overcomer—confess and forgive!

In Christ,

Cheryl