The DC March for Life is coming up. Thousands of us will gather in the streets to peacefully protest the inception of Roe v Wade, and the beginning of the legal genocide on the most vulnerable in our society: Our children in the womb.
Since then we have been told many things, many that have deceived us and many that are just outright lies. We have been told that the baby in the womb is a “fetus,” not a real person. We have been told that life doesn’t happen until the baby can live outside of the womb on its own. We have been told that a woman can do whatever she wants with her body. That is only the beginning.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t like to be lied to. It makes me angry.
Does it make you angry?
Does it make you angry enough to want to do something about it?
Do you wonder what you can do?
Do you ever think to yourself, “But I’m just one person, it won’t make a difference anyway.”
This year, the theme of the march in DC is “The Power of One.” All it takes is for one person to stand up and say something, to speak truth again. It is the one thing our society is seriously lacking these days. We have become so accustomed to telling each other what we want to hear under the title of “love,” that we have forgotten to love in truth.
In Annapolis 101, you will learn what you can do with your one voice to speak up for the unborn. If every one of you who reads this does one thing, makes one phone call, speaks the truth to one other person, think of the domino effect that could possibly happen. Plant the seed. Let God do His handiwork in you and through you.
This Saturday, January 7 from 9am-10:30am, you can learn how to speak up, not only for the least in our society who cannot speak for themselves, but for any other social injustice issue that plagues our state of Maryland. And you can do it from the comfort of your own home.
Click here to register for the webinar, Annapolis 101: Why, when, and how to be an effective pro-life citizen. Make sure you have a pen and paper ready to take notes. Be one voice among thousands that can change this culture of death. Together we can make positive changes.
God bless you,