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Tuesday, December 30, 2003

In a surprising bit of news, Rachel's Vineyard and the American Life League (ALL) have parted company.

Rachel's Vineyard started in either 1994 or 1995. It offers weekend retreats and other forms of post-abortion support. There are about 100 sites across the country that offer the retreat, making it the most widespread of the post-abortion ministries.

ALL began supporting Rachel's Vineyard in 1999. It's unclear how much support was involved, or whether Rachel's Vineyard has alternative supporters.

All of the retreat teams that offer the retreat are independently supported at a local level, so there is no reason to think that this will effect a local team's ability to continue offering the retreat.

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