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Rose Mary Leon

Cherish And Respect Everyone (CARE)
Reaching out to abortion-bound women since 1999

Offering life-affirming alternatives and proclaiming the Good News of Jesus the Messiah

November 2000



Now that the FDA has approved RU-486 for use in the United States, some CARE supporters have asked whether CARE will be able to reach out to women who are considering a drug-induced abortion.  The answer is “Yes.”  According to recent news reports, RU-486 initially will be available only through physicians who are already performing surgical abortions.  So, when we do sidewalk counseling outside a building where surgical abortions are provided, we will be available to counsel women who are considering the abortion pill. 

      Even if RU-486 achieves a wider distribution, we can still reach women outside physicians’ offices the same way we do at the killing centers.  But we will need more people to cover more locations.

      Please pray that every abortionist will be exposed so that we can legally and peacefully take action to protect the women and children endangered by this horrific drug.  Also, please pray that God will lift up workers to do sidewalk counseling outside every place where abortion is being provided, whether by surgery or drugs.  Please pray that these prolife workers will be faithful, persevering in their work until abortion ends.




As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches, I am taking the opportunity meditate on the many things for which I am grateful:


·        For the babies that are alive because God used CARE to touch their moms’ hearts and help the moms choose life.

·        For YOU, my CARE supporters.

·        For my LIFE.  I am grateful for each new day God gives me, for every breath I take.  And I am grateful that God sent His Son to die for me, so that I can have eternal life.

·        For God’s Word.  It is sharper than a two-edged sword, and it is the truth.  In it are found comfort, wisdom, and salvation.

·        And His Word became flesh and dwelt among us in the form of His Son Jesus the Messiah, who gave up His own life so that we might have eternal life. 

·        For my family, my job, my ministry, my friends.

·        For God’s generous provision of my material needs.




Last month, we saw six moms (or in one case it was the dad) change their mind and choose life.  Here are some of the success stories.


Dad turns around:  I saw “Al” come out of the building carrying a lady’s purse. This is what I often see men do after they drop off their wives for an abortion.  So I approached Al and told him that I observed him carrying a lady’s purse and that is what I see men do after they drop off their wives for abortion, and I asked him whether this was his situation.  He said yes.  I asked why.  Al said that they just got married and they are not ready for a baby yet.  I told him that the baby is a gift from God, and it may be the only child God ever gives him.  I asked whether he could live with the memory of aborting his only child.  Then I urged him to go back into the building and bring his wife out.  So he did.


Wisdom of Solomon:  The Bible has wonderful stories that we can use when we counsel abortion-bound moms.  When a woman says that she would rather have an abortion than place her baby with an adoptive family, I often use the King Solomon story:

God gave King Solomon great wisdom.  He was the wisest king who ever lived.

One day two women asked King Solomon to settle their dispute.  They were quarreling over a baby, and they both claimed to be the baby’s mother.  Solomon could not immediately tell who was the real mother.  So he tested them by proposing that the baby be cut in half, and then he would give them each half the baby.  The first mother agreed to this.  But the second mother began crying and pleading for the baby’s life.  She told King Solomon to give the baby to the other woman, but please spare his life.  King Solomon knew that the woman pleading for her son’s life was the real mother, and he gave the baby to her.

After telling this story, I explain to the abortion-bound mom that we see two kinds of moms in this story.  We see one mom who will allow her child to be sliced to pieces rather than allow someone else to raise him.  The second kind of mom seeks to protect her child and wants him to live even if it means that someone else will raise him.  Then I look the mom square in the eyes, and I ask:  “Which kind of mom are you?”

I told “Maureen” the King Solomon story, and I asked her:  “Which kind of mother are you?”  And Maureen decided to be the kind of mom who protects her child.




The American Missionary Association has appointed me as one of their independent missionaries.  I am accountable to them.

      Please make your checks payable to the American Missionary Association, and address your envelope to me at the Roscoe Boulevard address shown below.




I am looking for more people who want to give $30, $50, or $100 per month to help save babies.  If you know anyone who would be interested in hearing about CARE, please introduce us.


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