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Abortion is costly and final.

Choosing to end the life of her pre-born baby is an excruciating decision for a mother.  It’s our hope that mother’s will receive accurate information and compassionate care to consider all her options wisely.

Many women believe abortion is a ‘quick solution’ but later realise with regret the decision they’ve made.

Pregnancy Support

We are here to help.

Contact us 0423 227 917

or info@lilyrose.org.au

By receiving accurate information a woman can make her own informed choice, rather than believing abortion is the only solution. Lilyrose offers women time to discuss and understand the options and the possible consequences of their choice.

Regardless of the decision that is made, God loves each mother and always will.

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Resources
Click here to watch Kay Painter's abortion story.

We recommend the following links for your interest and information For Parents/Families www.raisingchildren.net.au www.families.org.au For Men www.beerandbubs.com.au www.fatherhood.com.au For Women www.womensforumaustralia.org www.fertilitycare.com.au www.bcpinstitute.org www.bubhub.com.au/index.php For Education www.choicez.com.au www.medinstitute.org Abortion and Post Abortion Issues www.afterabortion.org www.justthefacts.org www.rachelsvineyard.org www.morningafterpill.org www.ru486facts.org www.abortionchangesyou.com

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I Never Gave You A Name

I never gave you a name. Filled now with sorrow and shame. There’s an empty space in my heart,

And my world is falling apart. I wish I’d been a stronger me, Welcomed you and let you be. I was so very young and wild, Abandoned you my unborn child. I never gave you a name. Filled now with sorrow and shame. There’s an empty space in my heart, And my world has fallen apart.

Please forgive me 

“if I had to write a very short statement: I decided to have an abortion 42 years ago. 

I have forgiven myself, but have never forgotten.”

— Ulrieke

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