Initiative 180 is a movement dedicated to bring awareness to the largest demographic in our culture – those whose lives are adversely affected by a past abortion.

Abortion seems like the answer.

A chance to turn back the clock. After the crisis is over, a quick sense of relief from social stigma may occur, but then reality sets in. Your life is never the same as you close yourself off from the rest of the world in silence and guilt.

Abortion touches everyone.

It is a polarizing issue whose legal and moral implications are debated endlessly both in public media and private conversation. But what happens after an abortion, to the mother and father whose lives have been altered by the decision and procedure? To the grandparents and siblings who have lost a part of their family? Over the last forty years, more than 57 million abortions have been performed in the United States alone, with over 1.7 billion worldwide. Those are large numbers to fathom, but it translates to 3,000 abortions everyday (just in America).

The bottom line.

There are a huge number of people who suffer from a myriad of symptoms of Post-Abortion Stress. Yet what happens after an abortion are virtually never discussed due to the societal stigma surrounding this subject.

Our Mission: to break through the stigma and tear down the walls of silence so millions can find the help they need and the peace they desire from past decisions.

Will you join us?

Used With Permission – ModelCall Magazine

Initiatiive 180 in the News

Initiative 180 and Peace After the Storm were featured in the August 2014 issue of ModelCall magazine.



What’s the True Cost of Abortion?

From “Abortion Costs Us $9 Trillion,” Ardee Coolidge, March 23, 2017   How much is a human life worth?   Think about it long and hard.  It’s impossible to put a monetary value on a human life.  The only answer is PRICELESS.  Unfortunately, there are those who argue that some lives are more valuable than others due to things like sex, race, creed, nationality, or disability and they are rightly criticized by society. But every day, corporations, activists, and individuals are asked to consider this very question and make life-altering decisions. For Planned Parenthood, the value of an unborn human life is approximately $500, the average cost of one of their abortions. But is that a fair economic exchange for a baby’s life? The Department of Transportation has found that, as a nation, America is willing to spend $9.1 million to save an individual life (based on calculating a wide variety of variables including the costs of preventive medicine, safety devices, average salaries, etc). That means we have decided that the economic and social contributions of an individual American are worth more than $9 million. One study found that during the first year of a baby’s life, more than $6,000 is spent (e.g. economic activity is generated) for things like diapers, wipes, strollers, and other baby items.  There are about 1,000,000 abortions a year, that is $6 billion of lost economic activity per year as a result of abortion! And more than $9 trillion (yes, trillion with a “t”) of lost economic activity during their lifetimes (again, from just one year’s worth of abortions). Major corporations like Johnson & Johnson, Adobe, Boeing, and... read more

Planned Parenthood: When Their Promises Aren’t Delivered

Source:  Family Research Council, Washington Update February 16, 2017   Summer White shares a powerful video about her experiences.  Read on … There’s probably no horror on earth that compares to being sexually abused. For women like the one who wrote into the atheist website Sheologians, it was a nightmare that will take a lifetime of healing. And in a heart-wrenching email, she says that healing didn’t start at Planned Parenthood. After realizing she was pregnant from the rape, she went to the place she “had been told all her life to go when seeking help with an unplanned pregnancy.” In the message, read in a powerful video by Summer White, she said she was certain Planned Parenthood would give her all the help she needed to give her baby up for adoption. “That’s not what I found,” she writes. After she turned in the paperwork explaining her intent, “everything changed.” She was left for an hour in the waiting room and ignored by staff. When the clinic workers finally got around to seeing her, she was strongly pressured to abort. “She kept telling me about my rights. About how empowered I would feel. How I would be taking control of my own body, and taking back what had been taken from me,” reads White. “They wouldn’t offer me an ultrasound,” she continued. “Counseling was only for those getting an abortion.” When the woman tried to get information on adoption, she was told “her baby would likely grow up to be a drug user, or a rapist. She was told that her baby, having been conceived from rape would be... read more

Healing from the Hurt of Abortion

From Daily Nation, March 11, 2017, “The Pain That Abortion Can Cause”,     Abortion is a world-wide problem, and as such, the emotional toll and suffering after an abortion is felt regardless of language or location.  Here is a story from Kenya. When 37-year-old Aketch Aimba had her first abortion, it provided the instant relief she was seeking. She was 18 years old at the time; she had just finished high school and was waiting to join the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication to study journalism. Raised by over protective parents, she had lived the sheltered life of a good girl and stayed out of trouble. When she finished high school she found that all her friends were in relationships and because she didn’t want to miss out, she got into one with an older man. She fell pregnant the first time she had sex. “My first instinct was to go upcountry and tell my mother that I was pregnant but when I told a friend of my plans, she suggested an abortion instead, and she told me she would show me where to get one,” Aketch says. “Aketch figured this would be the solution that would allow her to go to college and continue her life. The post-abortion relief lasted a short while before the guilt started. “I kept thinking to myself, ‘Who can marry a woman who has had an abortion?’ I tried immersing myself in my school work but still, the feelings of emptiness and worthlessness were there,” she says. Four years later, she got into another relationship. This time, overwhelmed by feelings of... read more

The Light of Life

Scientists at Northwestern University in Chicago said they witnessed for the first time what happens at the moment when a new human life begins – a burst of zinc fireworks.  This is bringing more attention to the fact that human life begins at the moment of fertilization. In a video released by Dr. Teresa Woodruff, a professor at Northwestern, it shows a flash of light occurring at the moment when a human sperm joins with an egg to form a unique new human life, according to the study. The flash comes from zinc that sparks as the sperm and egg meet – an observation that scientists have witnessed with the conception of other animals in the past, according to the report.  Dr. Woodruff called the light “breathtaking.” Science is proving what Christians have known for a long time – that life is God-given and starts at the moment of conception.  Scripture in John 1 states: “In [Jesus] was life, and the life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” Light always defeats darkness. It may take longer than we want to wait. It may happen in ways we can neither predict nor understand. But light always wins. The same can be said of our culture.  People need to see and hear truth about life.  The truth should be spoken out of obedience, not popularity.  Without truth, the results are... read more

A Real and Present Danger

It happens far too often.  Charlotte Dawson, a model and TV star who achieved fame in Australia, tragically committed suicide earlier this month after a long battle with depression, which was first triggered by her 1999 abortion experience. Dawson said “it was decided” that she should abort her first child with Olympic swimmer husband Scott Miller because her due date coincided with the 2000 summer Olympics and Miller was so focused on his own pursuits that a child was not welcome in the picture at the time. Dawson says they planned to try to have children later, but the marriage ended shortly thereafter and she ultimately died without living children. Abortion proponents push for easy access to abortion, deemphasizing its after-affects to the point they absolutely refuse to acknowledge post-abortion depression, which further incapacitates those actually living through it.  Some consider post-abortion depression a myth, but to millions it is very real and is a form of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (what soldiers returning from combat often experience as they try to reenter civilian society): Post-Abortion syndrome is a form of post-traumatic stress disorder. The process of making an abortion choice, experiencing the procedure and living with the grief, pain and regret is certainly, at its very core, traumatic. As with any trauma, individuals often try to “forget” the ordeal and deny or ignore any pain that may result. Many simply don’t relate their distress to the abortion experience. At some point, however, memories resurface and the truth of this loss can no longer be denied. During these moments, the pain of post-abortion syndrome reveals itself in the hearts... read more

Remembering a Legend

Excerpts from Fox News article dated February 18, 2017   The famous “Jane Roe” of the U.S. Supreme Court landmark decision, Roe v. Wade, passed away this week.  Norma McCorvey was 69.  She was the pseudonym “Jane Roe” for the decision that legalized abortion, but who later became an outspoken opponent of abortion.  She was 69. At 22, McCorvey was unmarried, unemployed and pregnant for the third time when in 1969 she sought to have an abortion in Texas, where the procedure was illegal except to save a woman’s life. The subsequent lawsuit led to Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling that established abortion rights, though by that time, McCorvey had given birth and given her daughter up for adoption. Decades later, McCorvey underwent a conversion, becoming an evangelical Christian and joining the anti-abortion movement. A short time later, she became a Roman Catholic. In her own words as reported to Associated Press in 1998, she states:  “I’m 100 percent pro-life. I don’t believe in abortion even in an extreme situation. If the woman is impregnated by a rapist, it’s still a child. You’re not to act as your own God.” After the court’s ruling, McCorvey lived quietly for several years before revealing herself as Jane Roe in the 1980s. She also confessed to lying when she said the pregnancy was the result of rape.  Throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s, she remained an ardent supporter of abortion rights and worked for a time at a Dallas women’s clinic where abortions were performed. She recounted her evangelical conversion and stand against abortion in the January 1998 book “Won by Love,”... read more




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