in Rape Takes Message to the United Nations
March 7-12, 2010, Juda Myers, conceived in an eight man rape, will be
sharing her powerful story at the United Nations Conference on the
Status of Women. International speaker, singer/songwriter, author and
paint artist, Myers seeks to empower women with knowledge of better
choices, offering life as the better choice for all involved. Her
message translated into Chinese, French, and Spanish, will be
distributed to U.N. delegates.
The U.N.'s focus is to advance and empower women. While equal rights,
education and health will be discussed, abortion "rights" is a hot
topic. Myers' argument for life is powerfully moving, changing lives.
Speaking at Harvard University in October 2009 with Harvard's largest
pro life attendance in years, Myers' witnessed brilliant minds turn
from the acceptance of abortion in any case to the reality of the gift
of life. She speaks to all people from within the walls of prisons to
the halls of the United Nations. "One can count the seeds in an apple
but not the apples in a seed." Myers says referring to future
generations that we may lose to abortions.
Placed for adoption at birth, she found her birthmother, Ann and her
story, four years ago. Bursting into tears Myers' mother quickly patted
her, "Honey stop your crying. I've forgiven those men. Look what God's
done. He's brought you back to me. God is faithful." Ann said that Juda
was just an innocent baby.
Myers' passion for people compels her to help others find joy in life.
She's found that many women who are raped are usually talked into an
abortion. Myers' own grandmother insisted she be aborted. Ann refused.
Today Ann has no regrets, but it isn't the case for so many who have
aborted rape babies or any other baby.
Myers' does training on forgiveness at conferences believing anyone can
forgive any offense to gain health and happiness. She speaks on life,
incorporating her original songs from her CD, God is Faithful. One song
on the CD, called War Cry, challenges the listener to "love your
enemy." Her new book, Hostile Conception Living With Purpose, along
with her story, also offers practical steps to forgiveness with an
entire chapter with stories of many other people who forgave horrific
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