Experience the Miracle of
Light and Peace
“Don’t wait as long as I did.”
Then came the day I confided in a friend about the gravest regret of my life. He, in turn, blessed me with the suggestion that a ministry named Rachel’s Vineyard could be just what I needed to offer my wounded soul to Jesus to be healed. And that’s precisely what I experienced. I trusted the loving staff, the kindred spirits participating with me, and our precious, merciful Lord by opening a door that had been sealed since my teen years.
“I found the healing and forgiveness I needed so deeply.”
The deep sorrow and sadness that I have as the result of the abortion is no less real, just because I am a man. I had known about Rachel’s Vineyard for many years, but I never had the courage to attend. I knew that I needed healing. It was just too painful to think about. I wasn’t prepared to deal with my pain. With the encouragement of a good friend, 22 years after the abortion, I attended a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat. I can honestly say the retreat changed my life. I will always carry the deep sorrow of the abortion. But through God’s grace and the compassion of those at the retreat, I found the healing and forgiveness I needed so deeply. As men, we are called to be strong. I encourage any man that has suffered through an abortion to have the courage to attend the retreat.
“I didn’t know what to expect and I was scared.”
Rachel’s Vineyard of Pittsburgh is an open invitation to surrender your sorrow and heal your troubled heart.