Author: Laura A.

An awesome woman who fights daily for the prolife cause!

Car Caravan Honors the Unborn

On Sunday, January 16, Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted the Memorial Procession for the Unborn to honor and mourn the unborn babies killed by abortion since 1973.

Scholarships Send Students to DC

Five students won a March for Life scholarship by completing an application form and writing a short essay on how they will use the March for Life experience in their daily life.

The First Responsibility

I am the proud father of two wonderful kids. Being “Dad” to Javen and Kendall is one of my greatest blessings and is a responsibility I embrace whole-heartedly. Even during my wife’s pregnancies I started to think about the role of being provider and protector of my new family.

Remarkable Writers Win Scholarships

More than 20 students from a variety of schools submitted entries to the eighth annual Prolife Essay Contest. The junior division was open to students in grades 7-9 and the senior division involved students in grades 10-12.

Speaker Sparks Spirited Discussion

The fall gathering of Life in the 616 had a good group of guests who enjoyed a cup of coffee, made new prolife friends, and enjoyed the conversation sparked by the speaker’s presentation.

Huckabee Shares Inspirational Stories

Through family stories and humorous anecdotes, Gov. Mike Huckabee explained why he was personally and passionately prolife at the 34th annual Focus on Life Benefit Dinner on Monday, October 11.

Base Camp Motivates Students

Activities during the third Leadership for Life Base Camp included dynamic speakers, interactive games, and prayer in front of the only free-standing surgical abortion facility in Grand Rapids.

Car Hop Helps Moms & Babies

The last Car Hop Coin Drop of the year was held on Wednesday, August 18. New supporters participated and almost $400 was raised in one afternoon to help the prolife efforts of Grand Rapids Right to Life and the work of five local pregnancy care centers that distribute material goods to moms and babies.

No One was Clapping

I remember exactly where I was when I heard the news that abortion was now legal. It was 1973, and I was a senior in high school. The entire student body was seated in the auditorium for a school function when they announced over the intercom that the U.S. Supreme Court had just legalized abortion.

Group Discusses Being Truly Human

Building R in Grandville was perfectly suited for the casual and intimate prolife conversations that took place at the latest installment of Life in the 616 on June 10.

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