Stand Against Abortion, Pray Together for Life!

Throughout our nation’s history there have been many landmark court decisions. But perhaps none as consequential as the January 22, 1973 Roe v Wade decision that made abortion legal in America. Since that time, over 63 million unborn babies have been murdered in our country alone. That is almost 2,500 per day…or one every 35 seconds. (See the US Abortion Clock) What a clear example of evil and lawlessness that characterize the last days.

Now, however, there is a glimmer in the utter darkness of the death culture that surrounds abortion. It comes in the form of a court case before the Supreme Court of the United States that could put an end to the infanticide. Oral arguments in the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization are expected to begin soon, perhaps as early as next week, leading to a decision expected to take at least 6 months.

So, in anticipation of oral arguments in this earth-shaking case, the Family Research Council, led by Tony Perkins, is hosting a nationwide prayer event live in Mississippi (where this case originated) and online at Pray Together for Life. As one of the most significant prayer gatherings in US history, I urge you to join thousands of like-minded believers online for this all-important prayer service. Let’s take back life!

When: this Sunday, November 28, 2021
Time: Streaming begins at 7 pm Central
(6 pm – Phoenix time, 5 pm Pacific, 8 pm Eastern)

Of all the evil perpetrated in America today, abortion tops the list. It’s time to stand, dear friends…on our knees, at the foot of the cross, with thousands of believers, pleading on behalf of the unborn.

Will you take a knee for this?

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