In this little known but immensely powerful book, Joseph Lapsley Foreman, leader in the Rescue Movement and and co-founder of Missionaries to the Preborn bares his heart about the most critical moment in the American pro-life movement: how it arose, how it throve and how it withered in the wake of persecution. Foreman's words both ache with sorrow as he describes the failure of the American church to take up its cross in defense of little children, and course with expectant joy as he pleads with that church to become the Body of Christ it is meant to be, a prospect he fully expects to see yet.
Inevitably, the Rescue Movement will return. Ending abortion cannot bypass it. The day is fast approaching when we will have to learn the lessons we should have learned back then. With God's grace, maybe this time we will be ready.