Tuesday, January 22, 2013


Yesterday we celebrated that all men were created equal on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Today is the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade where the rights of the unborn have been stripped away.

54,559,615. That is the sickening number of estimated abortions since the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973 (lifesitenews.com). Take time to let that number sink in. That's over 3,000 abortions per day, nearly 137 dead per hour, or one baby dead every thirty seconds. According to this article on breitbart.com, Planned Parenthood released that 333,964 babies were aborted in 2011 alone (and they're making big bucks on it too).

Be Informed

This "abortion counter" is an interesting website that clocks the estimated number of abortions based on statistics-- in the U.S., worldwide, by Planned Parenthood, today, and even more.

R.C. Sproul's Abortion is available for free on Kindle.

9 Things You Should Know About Roe vs. Wade

Is the Pro-Life Cause Winning?

Get Involved

I've had several friends who have been to the Justice for All training "camp" in Texas. They told me all about how after the training they would set up booths on college campuses with graphic pictures about the reality of abortion. From the JFA website:
Training continues on a public university campus where JFA, at the invitation of a campus club, uses one or more of its visual tools to create a debate about abortion on campus.  These tools include a museum-quality exhibit that’s two stories high, an 8-foot version of the same exhibit, free speech boards, and poll tables (“Should Abortion Remain Legal?”). As seminar participants, you become volunteers at the outreach, and you have one job: Turn the debate about abortion into a dialogue.
My friends told me so many stories about the people they were able to talk to, how so many students changed their minds about the Bible, and (even more importantly) how they were able to share the gospel  throughout their conversations!

Sign up for their newsletter, find a date when you can attend the training, and go to the website to browse their videos.

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