Clinic Update

Speak Up Boldly

This month marks the 45th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. Since this tragic and controversial decision, over 60 million preborn children have been killed, leaving countless women and men scarred by the trauma abortion often leaves behind.

Although these overwhelming numbers can easily discourage us, the good news is that support for unrestricted abortion in America is waning, and younger generations are more pro-life than ever.

We are at a critical crossroads in our nation’s understanding of the sanctity of life, and what we do in the next year to demonstrate our pro-life convictions can reverberate for years to come. Will you join me this year in speaking up for the preborn more boldly than you have ever before?

Just last week, Human Coalition led a team to participate in the National March for Life in Washington D.C. As we peacefully protested the deaths of millions of children, I was encouraged to see so many – especially young people – taking a stand for life.

Even if you were unable to attend the March in D.C., there is still so much you can do to restore a culture of life.

This year, Human Coalition has adopted “Justice” as our overarching theme. Guided by the words of Amos 5:24, “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an everflowing stream,” we will persevere in our efforts to rescue oppressed children from the throes of death.

With this verse as our banner, we are marching into 2018 energized and determined to deliver justice for the most oppressed people group in America: the preborn. Can I count on you to join us?

Whether it’s giving, volunteering, or praying, you can partner with Human Coalition in our effort to restore a culture of Life and deliver justice to children who have no voice.

Let’s push forward so that justice ROLLs on like a RIVER throughout the coming year and beyond.

I pray you will be filled with the same hope and optimism, as we continue our mission TOGETHER to protect all preborn children and make abortion unthinkable and unavailable.