Recently, I was asked to address prolife church members at an event. I was instructed to encourage and equip them for another battle season for those who cannot fight for themselves — the unborn, the disabled, and all those deemed “unfit for life” by those in power. It sounded easy enough, or so I thought.
“Don’t have sex … unless you are prepared to have a baby.” Those were wise words from an old high school teacher. The message was clear that there are consequences to behaviors.
With the assistance of a scholarship, four students from West Catholic High School will travel from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the 51st March for Life. The theme for this year’s march is ProLife: With Every Woman, For Every Child.
Local students submitted compelling compositions to the tenth annual Prolife Essay Contest, making it a difficult task for the judges to determine the winners.
Why are pro-abortionists appalled and angry? Every day, pro-abortionists worldwide do not have any problem ripping off the limbs and crushing the skulls of human babies still developing in the safety of their mother’s wombs, yet when Hamas beheads a baby sleeping in her crib, they are aghast.
Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted three buses filled with prolife supporters who enthusiastically attended the Michigan March for Life on Wednesday, November 8, in Lansing.
“Let it not be said that I was silent when they needed me,” declared William Wilberforce, a British politician and leader in the abolition of the slave trade. Wilberforce was horrified by the widespread humanitarian crisis, and he could not stand by and let injustice ensue.
On Monday, October 16, Kevin Sorbo brought star power and a powerful prolife punch to the 36th annual Focus on Life Benefit Dinner. Not only was his presentation humorous and engaging, but he laid out a battle plan that inspired the 900 attendees to continue the fight for life armed with knowledge and filled with courage.
Two dynamic high school students were stirred to action at the fifth Leadership for Life Base Camp on Friday, August 4.
Car Hop Coin Drop, held on Thursday, July 20, was a fun way to raise funds and to connect with the community.