“If you’ve seen our billboards you might wonder, we’re not looking to reach pro-life women that wanted a pregnancy, we’re looking to reach women who don’t know what they’re going to do, they’re scared, all alone and feel like abortion is their only option,” he said. “That’s who we’re trying to reach. There’s times we’ve had people call and get after us because our billboards look pro-abortion, but we just said, if you’re considering abortion, come talk to us, we’ve got solutions and we do have solutions.” He said they will let women know about the options that are available. “Often, if a woman is not married, and the father of the baby is no longer in the picture, it can be a very scary thing, she may feel like abortion is her only option,” he said. For more on this story see Saturday's LCR.