Jim Harden

Rev Jim Harden

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Jim Harden

President & CEO CompassCare Pregnancy Services

President and CEO, CompassCare

  • Founder and CEO of CompassCare
  • Author
  • In-demand Speaker
  • Has saved hundreds of lives through his pro-life efforts.
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Rev. James R. Harden, M.Div. is the CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Services and lives outside of Rochester, NY with his wife and ten children. Jim pioneered the first measurable and repeatable medical model in the pregnancy center movement, helping over 650 centers nationwide become more effective at reaching more women and saving more babies from abortion. He has written extensively on medical ethics, executive leadership, and pro-life strategy.




Abortion Clinics Cancel Appointments, Pivoting to a New Business Model

Since abortionists have been scheduling abortion procedures out two or more weeks in advance, the reversal of Roe caused the cancellation of thousands of abortion procedures in at least 26 states. Because the primary service of abortionists is abortion, scores of facilities will be sitting idle this week and will likely have to shutter for good. Because the reversal of Roe does not end abortion, but gives it to the states to decide for themselves, the abortion industry moves to a hub-and-spoke model, flying women from conservative states in for procedures and sending dangerous, chemical abortion drugs out to women in those same states. Jim Harden, CompassCare CEO, says, “For women in states that outlaw abortion, they will have a great opportunity to get a second opinion. Unfortunately for women in the abortion-hub states, nothing changes.” Now that the abortion industry will have no use for their facilities in 26 or more states, pro-life, medical pregnancy centers will have the opportunity to increase their infrastructure, serving thousands more women both in-person and online through telehealth. Harden says, “CompassCare is now developing and deploying the 21 st century, telehealth tools—with global partner Let’s Talk Interactive—for 650 pregnancy centers to be able to serve every woman in America considering abortion. This would be devastating to the billion-dollar abortion empire.”


Attacks on Christian, pro-life pregnancy centers have not subsided after the reversal of Roe v Wade on Friday, June 24. Christian, pro-life pregnancy centers are still the target of pro-abortion terrorist activity. The pro-abortion terrorist group Jane’s Revenge promised a “Night of Rage” for the evening Roe v Wade was reversed. While there were multiple protests, the “Night of Rage” also yielded at least one more firebombing of a Christian, pro-life pregnancy center—this time in Colorado. With the “Night of Rage,” Jane’s Revenge proudly wears the moniker of “Kristallnacht.” Local police are engaging in the over 60 locations that have been attacked by pro-abortion terrorists. While Christian, pro-life pregnancy centers are increasing security, they are not lashing out in kind, believing that all people are made in the Image of God and are deserving of blessing and protection—women and children alike—even the people who disagree with them. Despite over 60 attacks on Christian, pro-life organizations, unbelievably, no arrests have been made. CompassCare CEO, Jim Harden, of the pro-life pregnancy center in Buffalo that was catastrophically damaged by a firebombing, says, “Because we believe in the personhood of all humans—including the preborn ones—it would appear that pro-life people are being treated as second class citizens by the pro-abortion elite, and certainly by Jane’s Revenge. They are actively and aggressively trying to deny pro-life Christians the ability to live out our beliefs. With no arrests being made after over 60 attacks, it may be time to invoke the Third ‘KKK’ Act of 1871 .”


Is Biden and Twenty-Two States’ Attorneys Generals Sacrificing the Victims of Sex Crimes on the Altar of Abortion?

Since the reversal of Roe v Wade, President Biden and twenty-two states’ attorneys general appear to be willing to turn a blind eye to sex offenders in order to protect abortion. In a post-Roe America, how will law enforcement ensure that the abortion industry isn’t violating the Mann Act while serving women from out of state? The reversal of Roe could help assist law enforcement’s capture and prosecution of violators of the Mann Act. The Mann Act prohibits the transportation of victims of sex crimes across state lines by their abusers in order to coverer up those crimes through things such as abortion. President Biden seems to be saying that his administration will protect the “bedrock right” of travel across state lines, specifically to secure an abortion resulting from a sex crime, saying, “So extreme women and girls who are forced to bear their rapist’s child— of the child of consequence” (not a typo). Similarly, the Monday after the reversal of Roe, twenty-two states’ attorneys general submitted a collective statement promising, “If you seek access to abortion…, we’re committed to using the full force of the law to support you.” It would appear that twenty-two states attorneys general and the President of the United States are refusing to enforce the Mann Act. Jim Harden, CEO of firebombed pro-life, medical office, says, “Joe Biden and these twenty-two states’ attorneys general seem to be agreeing with the motto of the pro-abortion terrorist group, Jane’s Revenge, saying to victims of sex crimes, ‘If abortion isn’t safe, then neither are you.’” The role of law enforcement, like states’ attorneys general, is to enforce the law. Will Biden and states’ attorneys general enforce the Mann Act?


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