Mitch Ellisen

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About Mitch Ellisen

Mitch Ellisen is an educator at the University of Saint Francis, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and is the head soccer coach who has 24 years experience coaching young men soccer. At the university he also teaches Math. Over the past seven years, Mitch has worked at A Hope Center mentoring young men who have impregnated their girlfriends. He has gained much experience, in the area of forgiveness, working with men through his position at the university and A Hope Center. As a post abortive man, Mitch has also worked with men hurting from the decision to abort their child, or have learned that their child was aborted. Men are affected as adversely as women and need to receive the healing blood of Jesus. Men will receive individual help in a confidential setting. Mitch experienced 27 years of guilt and condemnation from the abortion his girlfriend had. The pain and hopelessness felt by the loss of his child led Mitch to make bad decisions. Men think they are the only ones experiencing pain and loss, therefore they don’t talk to each other about their losses and failures. This is a lie by the enemy and the healing touch of Jesus is the way to healing and revealing the lies the enemy sends our way.

Healing from abortion: A father’s story

By | 2015-07-22T11:23:41+00:00 July 16th, 2015|Mitch Ellisen Articles|

The following is an account of my journey to healing after an abortion experience. The other day I was stopped at a red light and the car ahead of me had a bumper sticker that read, “Abortion: One dead, one wounded.” Not to be cold but I understood who was dead, what confused me — [...]

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