Did you know?
1 in 4 women will have an abortion by age 45.
Many women believe they are the only one who has had an abortion. In reality, 1 in 4 women will have an abortion by age 45, yet few are willing to talk about it because of the shame and embarrassment they feel. As a result, many women and men are suffering in silence.
Conquerors is a support program designed to provide a safe place to work through your abortion experience and help you find healing. The Conquerors program recognizes that how you came to the decision to have an abortion is unique and that your path for healing with be unique as well.
Now in all things we are more than Conquerors through Him who loved us.” – Romans 8:37
Conquerors offers both one-on-one mentoring and group sessions designed to deal with the pain and difficulties common to those who have had abortions. Weekly sessions (held at various New Life office locations) address the issues of post-abortion stress from a biblical perspective. All sessions are led by trained facilitators who have had abortions and can relate to your experience.
For community groups and churches, Conquerors provides trained speakers who share their personal experience with abortion to encourage, challenge, educate, and inspire others.
2021 Conquerors Groups:
- Winter Virtual group starts Tuesday January 5th at 7pm
- Spring group starts Monday March 29th meeting in Anoka at 6pm
- Summer Virtual group starts Tuesday June 1st at 6:30pm
- Fall group starts Tuesday September 7th meeting in St Paul at 6pm
“I was afraid to tell anyone about my abortion, particularly women in my church. It was so freeing to participate in the Conquerors program and talk through all that I had been feeling with other women that could relate to my experience.”
“I thought I was fine and my abortion was not an issue, but I continued to struggle with depression. I kept thinking if I would just lose weight or get a better job I would be happy. It wasn’t until I went through the Conquerors program that I realized how much the abortion had affected my life.”