Are you aware that pediatric nurse Sandra Mendoza was fired because of her refusal to refer mothers for abortion? Forcing someone to do something which is against their moral or religious beliefs is an attack on their religious freedom. This is an example of government officials who believe they are above the moral law.
To combat this situation, Dr. John Koehler is leading the way in the battle against the Winnebago County Health Department’s attack on human life and religious freedom.
He has created two petitions. One is for health care professionals and the other is for the general public. Continue reading →
Religious Freedom / Pro-Life Rally Rockford Illinois
ProLifeCorner- Rockford Il.-
On Monday June 13th, Christians from Winnebago County came together to pray outside of the Winnebago County Health Department that fired Pediatric Nurse Sandra Mendoza because of her refusal to refer mothers to abortion clinics. This is another attack on religious freedom and human life by government officials who believe they are above the moral law.
This rally had four goals:
It was a sign of faith, love, and trust by Christians in Jesus Christ.
A show of support for Sandra Mendoza.
It was an appeal through prayer and public witness to the Winnebago County Health Department to stop the immoral and deadly practice of sending mothers and children to abortion mills.
A prayerful and public stand for religious freedom and against anti-Christian bigotry.
ProLifeCorner- Rockford Il.– Sandra Mendoza had faithfully served her employer and the public at the Winnebago County Health Department for 18 years when her boss informed her she must begin referring mothers to abortion clinics.
Sandra had a choice. She could quietly go along with this mandate. After all who would know? She could rationalize that it isn’t her fault if a woman chooses an abortion. Odds are the public would never find out and she has been at the WCHD for 18 years and no one would expect her to throw away her career and family income over this.
But Sandra knows a few things that her bosses at the Winnebago County Department of Public Health either don’t know or don’t care about.