Baby Born After Being Frozen for 30 Years Is Almost Older than Mother

A mother in Tennesee has given birth to a healthy baby that was conceived nearly thirty years ago, making her the longest-frozen embryo ever successfully delivered in a live birth.

Molly Everette Gibson was born on October 26, 2020, but that’s not when she first came into the world. An anonymous couple created her in 1992 by combininig egg and sperm to bring a soul into being, and then froze her for further implantation, one that never came.

Rather than be destroyed and aborted, a very common practice associated with Invitro Fertilization (IVF) her “parents” discarded her and donated her to an Embryo Bank where she spent nearly 30 years on ice in a petrie dish- a child made in the image of God but suspended in time by the damnable machinations of man.

Then Molly’s new mother Tina, along with her husband who had been fostering children for years after he was believed infertile due to being diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, heard about “snowflake adoption” and decided to save a life. They went to a clinic and had the embryo implanted, resulting in a healthy and successful birth, 28 years after the fact.

With Tina being now 29 years old, this makes her almost the same age as her child, with both being conceived a mere 18 months apart.

By giving birth to the longest frozen embryo, however, they actually beat their own record.

They had one other child in 2017, also adopted from the same anonymous donor who had their children cryopreserved three decades ago. That embryo-adoption resulted in the birth of successful and healthy Emma, now nearly three. And because these two embryos were frozen at the same time, it makes them full genetic siblings.

The successful births were facilitated with the help of the National Embryo Donation Centre (NEDC), in Knoxville, a Christian-based nonprofit that takes in donated embryos from biological parents who went through IVF and then “rescues” them by storing them until they can be born.

As long as the embryos are maintained correctly in the liquid nitrogen storage tank at minus 396 degrees, it is thought that they can be stored nearly indefinitely.

Right now there are over a million embryos that have been donated as a result of IVF. In this wicked and sinful practice, because it is expensive, prospective parents will usually fertilize 8-30 embryos at a time. They may use implant a couple of them, ones that are deemed “viable” and not instantly culled, and then when they’ve given birth as many times as they would like, will either destroy these children – effectively abortion and murder on a mass scale – or they will donate them, leaving them to a fate of possibly getting adopted, or being eventually discarded and killed.

The fact that snowflake adoptions exist, a process that where couples can adopt these babies at a fraction of the cost of regular adoption (frequently as little as $5000) is a grace from God – using for good what man intended for evil. This practice ought to be encouraged in the church as a way of “rescuing those who are being taken away to death” and “holding back those who are stumbling to the slaughter.”

Further, if we truly believe that life begins at conception, the Christian community ought to roundly condemn the practice of IVF that creates these embryos in the first place and the mass abortion that nearly always accompanies it. Churches ought to put under church discipline any of their members using it except in possibly the rarest of circumstances, demonstrating that we hold life in the highest regards and will not stand for abortion in any form.

2 thoughts on “Baby Born After Being Frozen for 30 Years Is Almost Older than Mother

  1. I had no idea about this. Is there no depth that man will sink to to play God, although I’m happy that these two little girls have a chance at life, and I pray that they are among the elect, despite the unusual process they had to go through to be born.

    As an aside, guys, please do some proofreading as there were a lot of mistakes in this article.

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