Mary Jackson

Mary is a book reviewer and reporter for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute and Greenville University graduate who previously worked for the Lansing (Mich.) State Journal. Mary resides with her family in the San Francisco Bay area. Follow her on Twitter @mbjackson77.

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Living pro-vida

Roe v. Wade | Shame and family silence lead many Hispanic women to abortionists, but a pro-life message may be making strides
by Mary Jackson
Posted 1/03/19, 02:27 pm

When Patricia Sandoval was a little girl, she used to sit in her Petaluma, Calif., backyard and write love letters to God, tying them onto a balloon and sending them into the sky. But at age 12, life grew difficult when her parents divorced. She also had her first ever “sex talk,” but not with her mom or dad.

One day, Planned Parenthood visited Sandoval’s sixth-grade class. After a graphic presentation about sex, Sandoval remembers a female representative told the class, “If you ever need anything, we are here for you.”

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Helping the hurting

Children’s Books | Recent fiction for tweens and teens
by Mary Jackson
Posted 12/13/18, 04:51 pm

A Fever, a Flight, and a Fight for the World 

J.A. Myhre

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Athletes in action

Children’s Books | Recent sports-themed books
by Mary Jackson
Posted 10/25/18, 02:26 pm

The Big Game

Tim Green

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