Grand Rapids Right to Life has launched a new website! After months of planning and working, the designers at 3CStudio created a new site that is similar but better suited for mobile and tablet browsing.
Anyone who has stood outside of an abortion clinic to pray or counsel knows the feeling of gratitude when a mother chooses life. We offer her gifts; anything she needs. We assure her we have people ready to help. She cries tears of joy; makes known her obvious relief.
Joshua Haskell, a senior at West Catholic High School, was honored with the 2020 Grand Rapids Right to Life Prolife Youth Award. Haskell won a $250 scholarship and was nominated for Right to Life of Michigan’s $500 award.
It was a close competition as four students participated in the 31st annual Grand Rapids Right to Life High School Oratory Contest on Tuesday, March 3. Ethan Huizen, a homeschooled freshman, won the competition and received a $200 scholarship.
I looked up from the muddy grass in front of my feet and my enemy caught my gaze. I shot a determined stare at the building before me as rainwater trickled into my green eyes. It was small; only one story. Its newly painted cream walls had an unthreatening, almost benevolent aroma.
Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted more than 700 people on 13 buses traveling from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the 47th annual March for Life. Crowd estimates ranged from 450,000 to 500,000 marchers, who peacefully demonstrated against the U.S. Supreme Court decisions that legalized abortion-on-demand in all fifty states.
Hope Siwek won the inaugural March for Life scholarship, which was applied to her bus trip from Michigan to Washington, DC.
In 1973 abortion-on-demand was legalized in this country. Since then 60,000,000 unborn children have been killed. To honor and mourn these tiny humans, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored the Memorial Service for the Unborn on Sunday, January 19.
For seven weeks during December and January, Grand Rapids Right to Life placed two digital billboards around the city to subtly educate the public about the legalization of abortion in 1973.
The sixth annual Prolife Essay Contest was open to students in grades 7-9 in the junior category and students in grades 10-12 in the senior category.