It has been a challenging start to 2021.
The prolife movement no longer has a friend in the White House. Governor Whitmer’s ever-changing edicts make gatherings difficult. Even the March for Life in Washington, DC, was canceled.
Conservative content is under siege on social media platforms. Twitter purges accounts. YouTube censors videos. Facebook blocks content.
As frustrating as these obstacles are, and as honorable as righteous anger can be, it’s important to remember that the underlying battle of the prolife movement is for the hearts and minds of each person.
Nothing can impede our ability to reach out to family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and church members as we engage them personally on the life issues.
We are still free to ask others to pray with us to end abortion, to wear a prolife T-shirt that starts a meaningful conversation, and to place a bumper sticker on our vehicle that shares the message of life with passersby.
Every time that we take the opportunity to have a conversation about the dignity of human life, we are opening another’s heart to the sanctity of life in all its stages of development.
Neither the government nor Big Tech can prohibit the one-on-one relationships that we have. It is through these intimate bonds that we can continue to move the hearts and minds of others toward a culture of life.