This book is a series of letters to the children I aborted when I was seventeen. These letters detail the events just prior to becoming pregnant by rape and the horrendous events that unfolded as a result of my decision to abort. The letters begin with my addressing them as blobs because that is how the professionals referred to them at the time. They evolve into my understanding the reasons why I was depressed, suicidal, involved in an abusive relationship, and estranged from my life. With the love and grace that I found in my Savior, Jesus Christ, I was able to look at the abortions honestly and come to terms with the fact that they were not blobs at all, but instead my precious children. This truth brought healing and hope in the light of Gods loving kindness.
A cant-put-down page-turner! In letters of confession to her unborn babies, the author logs her maternal journey through rebellion and tragedies. Once God renders her darkest moments, transforming them by His sons light, she uses her story as invitations to others to come taste and see His life-changing grace.
Nita Weis, PhD, psychologist and author
At the age of 15, state laws allowed me to make the decision to take an innocent life. Pain, isolation and self-destructive behaviors shadowed my life after that. Reading Annas story revealed the guilt behind the patterns in my own life as I struggled to believe the lie that the life of an unborn child holds no true value. I punished myself because somehow I knew the truth it does. My Name Is Mom shares Gods message of love and redemption that needs to be heard by every young girl and woman suffering from the trauma of abortion.
Lea Anderson Age 42