Cradle My Heart Radio welcomes Debby Efurd
Debby Efurd has a vision.
She sees a world where those who have been impacted by abortion are no longer sidelined by the heartache and pain, or hardened by the lie that says it wasn’t even a life.
She sees healing.
She sees hope.
She sees solidarity of purpose as we join to speak truth and protect others from making the same mistake. She sees accountability so that the abortion industry can no longer exploit women and men for profit.
She sees a future free from abortion and its many hurts.
Join us on Cradle My Heart Radio to find out how this vision impacts you.
From Debby’s bio:
Debby Efurd is co-founder and president of the collective ministries Initiative 180 and its program of recovery, Peace After the Storm. Through their programs of education and support, Initiative 180 and Peace After the Storm work with communities and churches to create post-abortion recovery programs. A frequent speaker at churches, colleges, seminaries and professional organizations, Debby resides with her husband in Duncanville, Texas.
If you have already had an abortion, please know that I wrote Cradle My Heart, Finding God’s Love After Abortion just for you. Throughout its pages you will find affirmation and hope from the Scriptures. You may also browse a list of resources for help and healing. The Good News is that you are forgiven in Jesus’ Name and you will be welcomed into fellowship as you seek your restoration.
If you are pregnant and need free, confidential help call 1-800-712-HELP. If you’ve had an abortion and need safe, private confidential help call 1-866-482-LIFE.
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