How to Man Up after Abortion

The reality is the majority of those “choosing” abortion today are men. Most abortion decisions are driven by men who sponsor it, pressing and paying for the procedure to be done. According to research from, in 95% of cases the male partner played a central role in the decision.

At the other extreme are those men who are edged out of the decision altogether. They literally have no voice–no legal standing to override a woman’s decision. Even spousal consent laws for married fathers-to-be have been ruled unconstitutional. These men are forced into the heartbreaking role of bystander to the death of their wanted offspring.

Somewhere between these two groups lie a great number of men who suffer because they abdicated, having believed the culture’s lie that abortion is strictly a woman’s choice.

In these ways, abortion either hardens a man’s heart or leaves him heartbroken over the loss of his child(ren). But there is hope for every man who needs to know God’s love after abortion.

Someone Stronger by Kim Ketola

In Ezekiel 36:26, God says, “I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you; I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.” Someone StrongerHelping Men Take Heart after Abortion is designed to help heal the hearts of men who have been hurt by abortion. Here you will find help to meet the spiritual challenges of life after abortion. Be encouraged. We have Someone strong enough to help us in our time of need.

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I offer this short book in hope that God will speak to you or the man in your life who needs it to begin to break through the pain and anger abortion brings. Please freely share this with men who need to know God’s love for them after their involvement with abortion. Restoring lost manhood–the role of leading, protecting, providing–seems to me the greatest need men face in the aftermath.

What do you think is the greatest spiritual need of men impacted by abortion?

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