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Somber and sweet - Winter 2013 newsletter

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Fall 2013 Newsletter

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Spring 2013 Newsletter

The winter rains painted our fields with a riot of bright green grasses and waves of colorful flowers. It's is a season of rebirth and hope. Yet for some, the word "birth" stings. Pregnancy is a curse, not a blessing for many in Israel. Recent media exposure revealed that the officially reported number of abortions in Israel reflect only half the actual number taking place - daily - in our hospitals - in our major cities and our suburbs - among Jews, Arabs and Christians - young and not-so-young - single and married. The numbers are staggering. One in four aborted.

Winter newsletter 2012-2013

In this season, when lit candles light up many windows in Jerusalem in celebration of the miraculous oil said to have lasted for 8 days in the Temple, we pray that each child born into a family that considered an abortion, will glow and refract God's love for many years to come.

Chris Rice, in his song "Сarry Your Candle" challenges each of us to daily consider how to shine light into our environment, we pray these small children will be the vehicle of double-Hai (חי) - one life saved from abortion pointing the way to new life for the family.

Fall 2012 Newsletter

In the gap between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur fall the "Days of Awe" when we consider our ways, ask forgiveness of God and fellow man, and prepare our heart for the Day of Atonement.

Summer 2012 Newsletter

The National Conference is successfully behind us, and a big move is just ahead. We hope you will take a moment with us to stop, catch your breath, and look back on what the Spring of 2012 has held for Be'ad Chaim and the moms it serves.

Spring Newsletter 2012

In our Spring Newsletter Sandy gives some reasons why the current deliberation over "Wrongful Birth" malpractice suits is a reflection of our culture's deteriorating concern for the unborn (and recently born, if Oxford ethicists are to be consulted). Tikva, a young mother of a beautiful little girl, chose to keep her daughter despite being thrown out of the house and cut off from the support of her family. Read her story, and other interesting news, HERE.

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