A Super Bowl Blessing

Posted By on January 30, 2015

Five years ago, Susan went to a friend’s house to watch the Super Bowl. She was pregnant, scared and alone. That night, she watched Focus on the Family’s commercial featuring Tim Tebow, and her life would never be the same.

In the end, Susan Wood went to the party because she couldn’t bear to be home alone, not tonight. She needed to get out of the house and away from her own thoughts, if only for a few hours. Anything to take her mind off the worry, the panic, the indecision and the morning sickness.

So she walked to a friend’s house — to escape, to watch the Saints take on the Colts and to view one of the most talked-about Super Bowl commercials in history.

There were maybe 15 people at the party, but they were too busy talking and snacking and laughing to notice that Susan wasn’t drinking, that she wore a distracted look and a manufactured smile.

Earlier that morning, Susan told her boyfriend she was pregnant. Let’s just say he did not react well. He saw the first pregnancy test; he insisted on a second. Abortion was the only option. Susan consented, if only to end the conflict. Then he left, and she walked to the Super Bowl party alone.

Follow this link to watch Mr and Mrs. Tebow’s Testimony and read the rest here

Recommended Resources
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BIRTH CONTROL: How Did We Get Here?
Abortion: A Rational Look At An Emotional Issue
A Biblical Worldview On Abortion
Blood Money: Getting Rich Off a Woman’s Right to Choose
Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey across the Life Line (Focus on the Family Books)
The Heidi Group
Rescued: The Heart of Adoption and Caring for Orphans
Grand Illusions: The Legacy of Planned Parenthood
Won by Love: Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe of Roe V. Wade, Speaks Out for the Unborn As She Shares Her New Conviction for Life

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