Saturday was the one-year anniversary of Roe v. Wade being overturned. One of the most controversial court rulings in the nation led to the premature end of an estimated 63 million unborn human lives. It’s been a dark chapter in American history. Kentucky’s lone abortion center, EMW in Louisville, put up a for sale sign, and legal abortion is no more. But now the hard work begins. The time and energy pro-lifers spent on changing the law must be diverted to women with unexpected pregnancies who need a support structure and encouragement. Some will need emotional support and encouragement, while others will simply need a place to stay. Restoring a culture of life is a monumental task, yet a worthy goal. And to achieve this, it begins with each of us doing our part.