Archive for January 2010
This Lutherans for Life video takes a look at the slogan “Every child a wanted child.”
I haven’t seen this, but I’ve heard it’s pretty good.
Christians from across doctrinal divides are joining to speak in one voice for the sanctity of life, amongst other things, by signing and promoting The Manhattan Declaration: A Call of Christian Conscience.
hat tip: Plain Catholic in the Mountains
Bound4Life reports that Planned Parenthood is building the world’s second largest abortion facility in Houston, Texas. We are talking six stories tall, ladies.
A Prayer Rally and Justice March is planned to coincide with the Martin Luther King holiday. Get more info at Bound4Life.
Eternal Perspective Ministries currently has this offer:
To equip churches and prolife organizations sharing the truth about the unborn, Eternal Perspective Ministries is offering case quantities (50 books/case) of Why Pro-Life? for $1.00 per copy (an over 80% discount from the $7.99 retail price).
For more information, or to request a free copy for review, please contact Janet at (503) 668-5200 or e-mail email@example.com with your mailing information.
The per book price on smaller orders is pretty good, too. Follow this link for more info. In the right hand sidebar, there’s even a link for a pdf of the book, so you can preview before ordering.
Why Pro-Life? is just one of three pro-life books on sale in January at EPM.
This is from last fall:
The next 40 Days for Life campaign is slated for Feb. 17 through March 28.
The assignment was to write a sentence about a public servant. The little boy wrote: “The fireman came down the ladder pregnant.” The teacher took the boy aside to correct him. “Don’t you know what pregnant means?” she said. “Sure,” the boy said. “It means carrying a child.”
(Well, yes it does, indeed! But, of course, not quite in that way…)
hat tip: adapted from an email titled “Grandchildren…,” that came to my husband via an uncle. No attribution was given.