Friday, February 24, 2012
Watch this short video.
It's of a nursing student this week at the Genocide Awareness Project at the Unversity of North Florida. She tells how the project changed her life for the better when it first came to her campus three years ago. I was glad to be part of the GAP team there then. And more glad now that I've seen this. We too infrequently hear how GAP turned people around about abortion, and sometimes the story doesn't come to us until years later. A story like Julie's makes a person realize again how important and necessary this work is. We must keep going, no matter how hateful people are, or how dehumanizing they treat us.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
About 100 people attended the Spring 40 Days for Life kickoff in Asheville on Tuesday afternoon, February 21. If you would like to participate, please call us at 828-545-2284.
This vehicle from Quest Diagnostics arrived. A couple weeks ago the driver, an older gentleman, told me, "I'm with you" meaning that he was prolife. On the way out I said he was serving the abortionist. He said he was not, but his company was. I disagreed and said that he could refuse to come. He insisted the company would fire him. I asked if it was worth having blood on his hands. He said he didn't and was sorry I felt that way. As he drove away I said that the place was open because of people like him and urged that he repent. This time, when I took his picture, he had raised his arm to block a clear image.