61 babies saved
DAY 7: Bringing light into the darkness
March 11th, 2014 by admin
Abortion facilities are dark places … their rooms are filled, not with hope and relief, but with despair and loneliness.
For the first days of this campaign, we’ve talked about how the light has broken through the darkness at abortion centers – and, as a result, babies scheduled to be aborted have been saved.
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St. Louis Update:
by Brian Westbrook
Today, one of our LIFEChoice Interns, Kayla Inman, had the opportunity to speak with a woman on the sidewalk who shared her story with Kayla, including the fact that her mother had gone into Planned Parenthood when she was pregnant with her. "She ended up leaving and going to birthright" the woman shared, "and she ended up choosing life...my life." The woman also shared that she had gone into Planned Parenthood at a previous time in her life due to ovarian health issues, but simply couldn't stay because of the "eerie" feeling she experienced while in the clinic. Kayla says that the woman hopes to become a volunteer for Thrive and join in the efforts of our local pro-life community to end the catastrophe of abortion right here in St. Louis!
Hope-filled stories such as these are wonderful reminders to us that we need movements such as the 40 Days for Life Campaign to help us protect the up and coming generations, the generation of our children, from a culture filled with death. Every single mother and child are worth praying for...worth standing vigil for...and so we ask you, please, to join us in the upcoming 33 days that are left of our campaign! YOUR witness out on the sidewalk is a powerful thing...your witness on the sidewalk can help save a generation of mothers' from the heartache of abortion and protect a generation of pre-born children from its tragedy!
We need you. They need you. The Lord needs you. Please, come and pray with us, so that more future men and women will have the opportunity to say, "she chose life...she chose my life."
(link to Coalition for Life St. Louis blog)