Thursday, September 14, 2006

Prolife memorial day!




Pray at Planned Parenthood (or any other abortion or anti-life facility)
As part of this event, American Life League’s STOPP International is encouraging every opponent of Planned Parenthood to gather on that day outside of your local Planned Parenthood facility and remember the babies. Can you imagine the effect when Planned Parenthood employees, in each facility it operates across the country, look out their windows that day and see pro-lifers all wearing the same shirt and all remembering the babies? It will be an event that will rock their foundations. This is a rare opportunity for you to do something in your town that will be part of a nationwide effort to remember the babies.
Pray at the flag pole
If you're a student, you may have participated in prayer at the flag pole outside your school. Why not organize students at your school to meet around the flag pole on October 2 to remember the babies and pray for an end to abortion? Talk it up among all your friends — e-mail, blog, instant messenger, whatever —and tell them about the official Pro-life Memorial Day t-shirt, too!
Pray at a candlelight vigil
Plan an hour of prayer, reflection and petition at a community gathering area -- city hall, courthouse or state capitol. Meet between 7:30 and 8:30 pm local time. Invite pastors of local churches to help lead prayer at the event and announce it in their bulletins beforehand. Be sure to bring enough candles so everyone is able to fully participate. You may also wish to incorporate a symbol such as ringing a bell every 24 seconds (a baby dies by surgical abortion in the U.S. every 24 seconds)

www.prolifememorialday.com

2 Comments:

Blogger Sara said...

thanks for trying to stick up for me it is always appreciated, but I do have very thick skin, it gets thicker the old you get.

Wow 3 boys, anymore coming?

4:42 PM  
Blogger Hailey said...

You are welcome Sara. I'm terribly thin skinned and all of this junk said about women who stay at home is very difficult to read.

And, no, I am not currently expecting. The boys are a delight and one day when things are more settled we will have more.

5:46 PM  

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