Abortion: Searching for God's Kind Face.
This is an excellent article about the emotional aftermath of abortion from the perspective of a pastor in Maine. It appears in today's edition of "American Daily".
"I doubt if anyone in ministry is ever fully equipped for human sufferings. Certainly walking through the dark halls of abortion's aftermath is one duty that goes beyond our resources. There have been other times when we have listened to these cries. The faces were different, but the cries strikingly similar. Each time, it gets harder. Instead of finding more precise tools for counseling, we confront our frailty as helpers with ever deeper ache. We try to be more refined and professional but when it comes to abortion--the killing of the innocent--we discover more inadequacies within our sincere attempts at healing."