Sanctity of Human Life Sunday/March for Life

On January 13, 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated January 22 as the first National Sanctity of Human Life Day. He issued a proclamation that this day would be used to commemorate the many lives lost to abortion since January 22, 1973, which was the day the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion on demand in all 50 states. Since then, churches around the United States use the day to celebrate God’s gift of life, commemorating the millions of preborn lives lost to abortion, and committing themselves to protect life at every stage.

Even though it is rarely reported by the media, abortion takes more lives each year than heart disease and cancer combined! In fact, since 1973, over 60,960,000 children have been aborted in the United States, with over 891,000 more perishing every year!

Continue To Pray

Please continue to pray that all women who consider abortion each day will instead choose life for their children. Pray that Sanctity of Human Life Sunday will be a continual reminder that all human life has value.

And thank you for supporting us through prayer while we were at the March for Life in Washington, D. C. We marched to end abortion and share the vision of a culture of life. Please continue to pray that more lives will be saved from the devastation of abortion and that every human life would be valued and protected.