Make Me Your Choice

Make Me Your Choice

by Cheryl Chew

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Make Me Your Choice by Cheryl Chew

After years of carrying the painful secret of two abortions, Cheryl Chew shares her story and the stories of many others, offering God's forgiveness, hope and encouragement for those dealing with this heart-breaking issue. Through these touching, often devastating, accounts, real people share their experiences of tragedy and triumph; of their failure in the flesh and the unfailing love of their Heavenly Father. Chew has gathered dramatic stories from incest survivors, single mothers, those who have experienced multiple abortions, adoptive parents and many others. The message is clear—everyone who has dealt with abortion needs God's healing touch.

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ISBN-13: 9780768423723
Publisher: Destiny Image Incorporated
Publication date: 08/01/2006
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 0.44(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Make Me Your Choice 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cheryl Chew¿s recent book on the effects of abortion is an eye opener. Make Me Your Choice, is a wonderfully written, easy to read, down to earth book of personal stories of struggle and healing. A must read for parents, young adults, and those who have taken a Pro Choice or neutral stance. Abortion not only kills the baby, but has a devastating effect on one¿s life, relationships, future relationships, self- worth, and happiness. As a past bystander, the book has moved me to have a great compassion for those who have been involved in abortion. Cheryl shares her and others' stories and gives hope and shows how healing is possible for all those concerned. The most profound effect the book has had on me is the realization that when we, as individuals, are passive on abortion, we are as much the problem and are as guilty as those directly involved. Through education, discussion, compassion, support, and love, right choices will be made. Parents, acquaintances, friends, teachers, and society, all need to love and support those who are faced with the question of choice.