This double sided fact card includes a note to men encouraging them to communicate with their partner and take a stand for their child. It includes fetal development graphics and information as well as physical and psychological effects of abortion for women.
The Doctor Said I Should Have an Abortion Fact Card
Written by Sidewalk counselor, Tony Hartman and OB/GYN, Dr. Ingrid Skop, this is a powerful tool to dispel any false claims about abortion that pro-choice medical professionals may have. 4 x 9 inch card.
Abortion Pill Reversal Fact Card
Made for those impacted by a crisis pregnancy situation. This is a powerful tool to help women who have taken the first abortion pill and are having second thoughts. Includes emergency contact information, a short testimony and medical illustrations of how the abortion pill works. Written by sidewalk counselors Tony Hartman and Evie Schwartzbauer with the medical expertise of OB/GYN, Dr. Ingrid Skop, 4 x 9 inch card.
The Morality of Withholding Food/Water Card
This card covers the difficulty subject of death by dehydration and starvation with simple bullet points. It points out when foods and fluids may be withheld and when they absolutely may not.
STI Fact Card
This fact card explores physical and mental causes and consequences of sexually transmitted infections
The First 8 Weeks Fact Card
At times, opponents of the pro-life position will argue that a child in the womb is not a child but just a “clump of cells.” This fact card points out reality: at the point of fertilization A BRAND NEW, unique and WHOLE HUMAN BEING is created with his or her own DNA. With a colorful image and description for each of the first critical 8 weeks of pre-born baby’s life, the “First 8 Weeks Fact Card” is a powerful tool to not only tell people about, but show them the dignity of a human life.
Hormonal Contraception Fact Card
Hormonal Contraception is often times seen as a solution for sexually active women wishing to avoid pregnancy. This fact card explores the consequences of this form of contraception and makes the case for why it should be avoided.