Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Silent No More Awareness Campaign speaker Melissa Hemphill
When we launched Cradle My Heart Radio in 2012, a large part of our mission and vision was to create a safe space to share our stories. Now helping us fulfill that mission is our partnership with the Silent No More Awareness Campaign. The Campaign helps women and men prepare to speak out in safety for the benefit of others.
This week we welcome Melissa Hemphill, regional coordinator for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign for Idaho.
Melissa’s story illustrates how abortion exploits not only poor women, but young daughters of upscale families as well. Her story of redemption and commitment is inspiring and encouraging.
From Melissa’s bio:
I am currently the Regional Coordinator for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign for the State of Idaho as well as volunteering for Stanton Healthcare, a life-affirming women’s clinic in Boise, ID. Rod and I have no children of our own. Rod has two adult daughters from a previous marriage who currently reside in Montana along with two young granddaughters. We have a Standard Poodle, Jack and two cats, Sunny and Pearl.
From the SNM website:
Silent No More Awareness is a Campaign whereby Christians make the public aware of the devastation abortion brings to women and men. The campaign seeks to expose and heal the secrecy and silence surrounding the emotional and physical pain of abortion. The Campaign began November 11th, 2002. As of September 2014 the Silent No More Awareness Campaign has held 1,394 Gatherings in 17 countries & 48 states with 5,802 women and men sharing their abortion testimonies. Testimonies have also been shared at 95 high schools and universities in the last 4 years, 23 in 2014 to date. Currently there are 15,639 people registered with the Campaign representing 77 countries. People who are not ready to join the Campaign, are invited to ‘register their regret’. So far, 4713 women and 555 men have said they regret their abortion or lost fatherhood. 508 women and men have posted memorials to their children.
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