Concerned Citizens Make Up the Life Movement

For You From The Word

There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. (1 Corinthians 12:5)

For You To Think About

Ray heard that his church was providing a van to transport members to the staging area for the local March For Life. He had the day off work and decided to go with the group.

volunteer group raising hands against blue sky backgroundA friend told Jan about a prayer vigil on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. “That’s something I can do,” she thought. “I can pray for people to choose life.” Jan went to the vigil.

Matthew’s congressman is staunchly pro-life. Matthew appreciated the congressman’s voting record and his views. He wrote a short email to his congressman, thanked him for his pro-life position, and encouraged him to stand firm.

Alison’s children brought home a flyer from school announcing a diaper drive to benefit a local pregnancy care center. The next day she sent two bags of diapers to school for the drive – one with each of her children.

You don’t need to be militant to take a stand for life. Ray, Jan, Matthew, and Alison are examples of concerned citizens who took action.

Many people working together, taking many small steps, make up a movement. If
you care about life, look for ways you can serve that are a good fit for you.

For You To Pray

Gracious Father,

Show those with a passion for life to take one step to serve
in the cause of life.

In Jesus’ name, Amen

More about Pro-Life Citizens

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Three Changes in Pro-Life Trends

Practical and Pro-Life Ministries for Your Church

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