The Story of a Post-Abortive Woman Called to Change the Conversation
This raw memoir tells the story of a woman called to change the focus of the abortion conversation from babies and politics to women who make life and death "choices" about their babies and themselves. You'll encounter abortion, divorce, mental illness, homelessness, career identity crisis, uninvited judgment, and good music.
You just don't know what people have encountered in life until you walk in their shoes. Cheryl's raw memoir gives you a walk in the shoes of an abortion-minded woman both before and after crisis.
Abortion affects all of us whether we know it or not. ReTested provides much-needed insight into the pro-choice mindset and the pressures women face before having their choices dictated to them. A compelling memoir that demonstrates how suffering neglect often causes women to dehumanize their own children in the abortion decision. But more, in ReTested there is hope and redemption and grace.
Cheryl's book drew me into her compelling story of not just one but several struggles and how we all can overcome any struggle and find peace!
Cheryl Krichbaum’s memoir is an amazing testimony to the power of God’s love and grace in her life, the same love and grace we can all receive if we are open to God’s calling. Relatable in multiple facets of life, Cheryl provides an honest look at decisions she made throughout her young and adult life and how God’s hand played a role in those decisions. From her scriptural and musical references, to her process for journaling and actively studying God’s word, it gives tangible examples that anyone can use in their personal walk with the Lord. Cheryl’s compassion for others struggling after abortion is evident in her writing and her speaking. Her heart to share the healing love of Christ with everyone, post-abortive or not, is real and refreshing.
Cheryl Krichbaum's autobiography about both her abortion and her life with schitzophrenic siblings was both emotional and inspirational. Her story tells of the circumstances in her life leading to her choice to abort, the struggles she faced after her abortion, and the redemption of a loving and forgiving God. This honest account of abortion and its lasting consequences is a testimony to the value of all life. It is also very eye-opening about the struggles faced by both those with mental illness and their families. It took true courage to tell her story in such a personal and detailed way. I would highly recommend Mrs. Krichbaum's book, whether you are pro-life or pro-choice.