Author: Laura A.

An awesome woman who fights daily for the prolife cause!

Tribute to a Wounded Warrior

On September 20, an 83-year-old woman was shot with a gun while passing out pamphlets on Proposal 3, which will be on the ballot in the November 8 election.  I don’t know this brave woman, but I share the history behind her zeal to inform voters about a destructive proposal.

Our Daughters Deserve Better

My daughter wants her ears double pierced. We have had many discussions about the best place for the procedure, someplace reputable and clean; when to have it done, so it doesn’t interfere with her sports seasons; and risks and restrictions, because infections happen and lake swimming is not allowed.

Lawrence Discusses Voting Prolife

The fall gathering of Life in the 616 offered an intimate opportunity for guests to share a cup of coffee and comfortably chat about the need to vote prolife first.

The Perils of Proposal 3

Vote NO on Proposal 3 The Reproductive Freedom for All coalition has placed a proposal on the November ballot that will permanently change the Michigan Constitution to make abortion a right and legal during all nine months of pregnancy.

Base Camp Motivates Students

Five high school students were educated and inspired on Friday, August 5, at the fourth Leadership for Life Base Camp. The day was filled with a variety of activities, interactive games, and prayer in front of Grand Rapids’ only free-standing surgical abortion facility.

Candidates Speak at Prolife Picnic

During this important election season, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored Vote Life, a summer picnic designed to bring potential voters together with prolife candidates.

Supporters Donate at Car Hop

Now an annual event, Car Hop Coin Drop was held on Thursday, July 21, outside of the Grand Rapids Right to Life office. Supporters easily pulled into the parking lot, donated their spare change, and shopped for prolife items.

The Staunch Ideology of Abortion

Several years ago, we were setting up a display for the Women’s Expo at DeVos Place. Although only 10 feet x 10 feet, we were making our booth interactive, colorful, inviting, and informative. Not an easy task, but we had three full days to engage thousands of West Michigan women.

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