Call for Life January 1st!

Join the nationwide Monthly Call for Life Friday & Saturday, January 1st & 2nd.

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Every first Friday, and every first Saturday following the first Friday, we have an opportunity to speak for the pre-born as a united group of Christians. I know we are all busy, and many people already do things in the pro-life movement. We can all do more though, and the first Friday effort is one of the easiest pro-life efforts you can find, right behind prayer.

Approximately every 30 seconds, another human being is killed in the United States of America by abortion.  Over three thousand people will not see the light of day today and every day until we end this horror.

What are the things we do in our battle against abortion?

> Pray – Prayer Pivot
> Debate
> Protest
> Use signs
> Outreach
> Crisis pregnancy
> Cross our fingers
> Insert yours here
> Legal battles


These are all good things (though I don’t think crossing your fingers is going to do much good), but there is something more we can all do.  We can speak for the pre-born.  We can be their voice.  We can cry out for them.  All the things that I have listed are good but it cannot end there.

We must do more, and often.

Unite with us once a month on the first Friday and the first Saturday.

On Friday, we call our representatives, send them an e-mail, and/or walk around for an hour with a pro-life t-shirt, either at an abortion facility, a government building or around a city block somewhere.

On Saturday we march on a local abortion facility, or a hospital which is performing abortions. We can also do the t-shirt walk, mentioned above, instead.

Participate on both days if you can, they are each equally important!

Go to the Call for Life page for more information.  We help you figure out who to call, when to call and what you might want to say.

Remember, they only have us to speak for them, and if we don’t, they die in absolute silence.

Monthly Call for Life

If we don’t speak for the defenseless, who will?

Peter Shinn