“And just the Spirit interceding at that moment, in a way that I didn’t even know at the moment as happening, just spoke to again the purpose, you know, of faith,” she said pausing, “And how might I best describe it? It’s just, you know, faith that OK, I don’t want to make this decision, because that would have been the second time.”
An emotional Sonya expressed tearful feelings of regret over her first abortion, saying she believes “he or she is in heaven” and she thinks about what she did “all the time.” She wants other women to know they’re not alone.
The mother of three says her family is an open book, telling MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross that most people seem to know everything about their lives. Still, she hopes others are encouraged by her words.
You can grab a copy of Sonya’s book, “Fierce Love: A Memoir of Family, Faith, and Purpose,” wherever books are sold.