St. Charles, Missouri is a city of about 60,000 people. It’s nestled along the Missouri River and was once the capital city of the state of Missouri. St. Charles was incorporated in 1809 and has the oldest brick structure in the state. There is a 50/50 ratio of men to women, a higher than average income level with an unemployment rate of 8.4%. St. Charles is an average small city in the United States that has viable industry and is significant to the state of Missouri as a whole. It’s picturesque with antique shops dotting the landscape and beautiful old buildings artfully crafted by the city’s founding citizens.
Dr. George Tiller aborted more than 60,000 people during his career as an abortionist for more than 30+ years; enough people to populate the city of St. Charles, Missouri and others like it. He killed people that would have gone to school, had birthdays, bought houses and cars, made a living, got married and had children of their own. Their children’s children could have been doctors and ditch diggers, all of which the world needs.
God knew each and every one of those children even before their mother knew them. He had a path and purpose for them that was as individual as they were. For as wrong as Tiller was for being an abortionist, women were just as ignorant for what they did.
Does one vote really count? Can one person really make a difference?
George Tiller was ONE person.