VIDEO: Meet Dominique – 2014 RFL Summer Festivals Tour Intern

Screen Shot 2014-06-13 at 1.17.25 PMMeet Dominique, one of our 2014 RFL Summer Festivals Tour Interns!

Dominique will be attending most of the Summer Festivals!  We are so excited to have her on board this summer and so thankful that she has given her summer up to spend it with us, spreading the human rights for all message, born and preborn through music, education and action!

Meet Dominique

1. My favorite movies are Finding Nemo, Pitch Perfect, and Avatar
2. My favorite books are the hunger games trilogy
3. My favorite bands/musicians are David Crowder band, hillsong united, and mercy me
4. I am Pro life because I believe life is sacred from the beginning and that an innocent child should not have to pay for their parents’ mistakes
5. I am not giving up my summer to work with rock for life, I am using my summer to travel and do something I am passionate about!


2014 Summer Festivals Tour Schedule

map2We are excited to announce the 2014 Summer Festivals Tour Schedule!

This summer we will be exhibiting at 13 Christian music festivals in 9 states, traveling 7,584 miles through 21 states total.  The total attendance / ticket sales for all of these events combined is over 700,000! We have an opportunity to reach thousands upon thousands of young people this summer!

Here is our current schedule:

June 12-14: Atlanta Fest – Stone Mountain, Ga.
June 18-21: Alive Festival – Mineral City, Oh,
June 25-29: Creation Festival Northeast – Mt. Union, Pa.
June 26-29: King’s Fest – Doswell, Va.
July 10-13: Lifest – Oshkosh, Wisc.
July 16-19: SonShine Festival – Willmar, Minn.
Aug. 3-6: Kingdom Bound – Darien, NY
Aug. 7-9: Soulfest – Gilford, NH 
Aug. 16: DC Fest – Fairfax, Va.
Aug. 29-31: Lifelight – Worthing, SD
Sept. 5-7: Ignite Festival – Meadville, Penn.
Sept. 13: Awakening Festival – Centreville, Va.
Sept. 19-20: Uprise – Shippensburg, Pa.

If you plan on attending any of these festivals make sure to stop by and say hi!  Hope to see you this summer!

Check back here on our website as well as our facebook, twitter and instagram for pictures, stories, blogs, videos, etc., etc. Thanks!

NEEDED: Rock for Life Summer Festivals Interns

RFL2013SummerFestivalsTourAre you passionate about LIFE and human rights?  Do you have a desire to share your passion with others? Do you want to educate and activate the younger generation to not only be pro-life, but to act upon it?   If you answered yes to these questions, then an internship with Rock for Life’s Summer Festivals Tour is just for you!

The Rock for Life Summer Festivals Tour is an annual event that starts in June and lasts through most of the summer.  The bulk of the tour begins the second weekend in June and lasts through mid-August.  A Rock for Life Summer Festivals Intern attends numerous Christian Music Festivals, has an opportunity to see a lot of great bands, meet a lot of great people, camp, see the countryside, see young people convert to the pro-life truth and even see babies lives saved from abortion!

What does a typical week look like for a Rock for Life Summer Festivals Intern?

  • Day 1: driving to the festival, unloading all of our materials and setting up a camp site
  • Day 2: Setting up our display at the festival, and running the booth for about half of a day
  • Days 3 & 4: Running our booth at the festival all day (seeing great bands, meeting cool people, educating young people about abortion and getting them involved in our movement!)
  • Day 5: Running our booth at the festival for most of the day, breaking the booth down and loading into the vehicle
  • Day 6: inventory, weekly recap and driving to the next event
  • Day 7: mostly a day off with site-seeing and maybe praying / public witness at a local abortion facility and/or meeting with a local pro-life group

We are looking for individuals who not only have a desire to spread the pro-life message and recruit young people to our movement, but also individuals who need experience in pro-life educating, recruitment, merchandising, management, social media, blogging, photography, video and many other skills associated with an endeavor like this. This is a great opportunity to not only do great work but also to gain valuable experience.

Here is a short list of events & locations:

  • AtlantaFest; Stone Mountain, Georgia
  • Alive Festival; Mineral, Ohio
  • Creation Festival East; Shirleysburg, Penn.
  • Lifest; Oshkosh, Wisc.
  • SonShine; Wilmar, Minnesota
  • SoulFest; Gilford, New Hampshire
  • Kingdom Bound; Darien Center, New York
  • DC Fest; Fairfax, Virginia
  • Awakening Fest; Leesburg, Virginia
  • Uprise; Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
  • LifeLight; Sioux Falls, South Dakota

If you are interested in the Rock for Life Summer Festivals Tour Internship – the full summer, one week or anything in between – please fill out this form and get it to us as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!

More Black Babies aborted vs born in NYC

According to a recent report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene more black babies are aborted then are actually born in New York City.  31,328 were aborted in New York City in the year 2012 while only 24,758 were born.  These numbers are staggering.  To think that more abortions are occurring on a specific race then live births is not only heartbreaking but makes one wonder if the act of abortion could be racially motivated.

We know that Planned Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger was a racist, who once said, “We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…” We also know that most abortion facilities are located in black and minority neighborhoods.  Are these strategically placed to fulfill Margaret Sanger’s wishes?  I don’t know.  But what we do know is that abortion kills people, and its killing a higher percentage of black and minority babies than it is white.

The report is entitled, Summary of Vital Statistics 2012 The City of New York, Pregnancy Outcomes, and was prepared by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Vital Statistics and can be found here.


Signs at NARAL PRO-CHOICE America’s “My Birth Control Is Not My Boss’s Business! Rally”

This morning I attended the “Prayer and Rally at the Supreme Court for Religious Freedom.”  Here, I not only attended but I also provided the sound system for the rally and I got to listen to some amazing speakers – including my wife!  For those of you who don’t know Hobby Lobby is suing Kathleen Sibelius for attempting to force them and all employers to provide health insurance that covers birth control.  Birth control is one thing, but many forms of birth control can cause abortion – in other words, they are abortifacient.  Therefore, in the name of “health care” and “birth control” the Obama administration is forcing employers to pay for their employees abortifacients.  This goes against the religious and conscience convictions of many Americans, including Hobby Lobby.

Next to our rally was another rally in support of forcing Hobby Lobby and all employers to provide health insurance that covers / pays for birth control including abortifacients.  The event was called, “My Birth Control Is Not My Boss’s Business! Rally.”  I found the name of the rally and the whole meaning of it not really making much sense.  If birth control is not their boss’s business, then why are they attempting to force their boss to provide to them health insurance coverage that provides them their birth control / abortifacients even against their religious / conscience convictions?  Doesn’t that in and of itself MAKE IT THEIR BUSINESS?  Just doesn’t make sense.

Regardless, below are some pictures I took of their signs and in some cases, some pithy remarks from me!  ENJOY!  Oh, and feel free to comment your thoughts on this topic and/or their signs.



This was the main messaging and the main sign.  Again, if it’s not your boss’s business, then why are you making him/her pay for it?  That in and of itself makes your birth control his/her business.  Forcing your boss to go against their religious/conscience convictions is offensive, out of touch and definitely out-of-bounds.



No, it’s not your healthcare if you make someone else pay for it.  No, it shouldn’t be your decision to force your boss to go against their religious / conscience convictions to pay for your birth control / abortifacients.


BossBedroomClever, and I agree of course if it’s consenting and your boss or employee is your spouse!  But I don’t think that’s what they mean.  By forcing your employer to pay for your health insurance plan that covers your birth control / abortifacients against your employers religious / conscience convictions you have already invited your boss into your bedroom.


hobbychurchThis one is funny, because it’s so ridiculous. Hobby Lobby doesn’t have church services in their stores.  Actually, they are closed on Sundays – you know, the day MOST churches hold church services.  Maybe because this is sponsored by Americans for the Separation of Church and State.  They should probably research what a church is before they wish it to be separate from the state.  And how is Hobby Lobby part of the state?  And how is forcing Hobby Lobby to go against its religious / conscience convictions by providing health care the covers their employees birth control / abortifacients ok?



This is a fun one.  First of all, no one there could site a source to prove 99% of Catholic women use birth control.  Now I’m not Catholic but my understanding is natural forms of birth control are acceptable, contraception is not while abortifacient drugs and obviously abortion in and of itself a major NO NO!  Regardless, rally attendees kept chanting, “We are the 99 percent.”  So, I’m not sure were they all Catholic?  So I asked a few ladies what that chant meant.  I received various responses, none of them once quoted the signs that were right in front of their faces.  Some said it referred to 99% of all women are on birth control.  Some said 99% of all women will used birth control during their lifetime.  Some said 99% of all people believe using birth control is ok.  It was definitely a MIXED MESSAGE – one that was used the most but no one really even seemed to understand why they were chanting it. LOL!!!



You are right, it is your business!  But when you force others to pay for it, it then becomes their business as well.  If you want it to remain your business, then, well keep it your business.  Pay for it YOURSELF!



It WAS your business.  Now it’s not.  I draw the line at forcing others to pay for it.  Now it’s not your business.  SORRY!!



I can understand this, to a point.  Some forms of contraception are abortifacient.  Aborting human embryos is, well not health care for those people.  Not sure how forcing employers to pay for it is health care.


mybodyYes it is! Employers also have bodies! And religious /conscience convictions as well.  Let’s not forget that, ok?!!?


discrimination So it’s not discrimination to force employers to violate their religious / conscience convictions? You need to be consistent, guys.

You get the point.  We could go on and on and have lots of fun!  There were lots of crazy signs, officially from organizations and organizers to even crazier homemade signs.  I’ll post the rest below in a slide show.

Next time, if you ever have a chance to join us for a pro-life rally at the U.S. Supreme Court you HAVE TO BE THERE.  It is not only very important to have your support and to show abortion sympathizers as well as the mainstream media and DC politicians, but it is also a great way to get experience with “on the streets” form of activism.  It is very eye-opening and can be lots of fun as well.

Hope you enjoy the photos, let me know what you think!

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Can you come to DC tomorrow morning?

Tomorrow morning, March 25th, we will be at the steps of the Supreme Court joining a rally and I hope you can join us!
Tomorrow we must be there as the Supreme Court will hear arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius — the first two cases on the HHS Mandate to reach the high court.

As you know, the HHS Mandate is one of the most controversial parts of Obamacare. It forces employers, pro-life companies, to provide FREE abortion-inducing drugs in their health plans — without any regard to their religious or moral objections.

The Green family, owners of Hobby Lobby, and the Hahn family, owners of Conestoga, are standing for ALL of us who cherish religious and conscience freedom and the sanctity of life by challenging the HHS Mandate in court.

Planned Parenthood, NARAL and other abortion supporting groups are planning a HUGE rally of their own outside the court, so it’s URGENT that those of us who cherish LIFE!, religious freedom and conscience rights to show up and support the Green and Hahn families.

Here are the details:

EVENT: Religious Freedom Rally at the Supreme Court

WHEN: Tuesday, March 25, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

WHERE: U.S. Supreme Court, 1 First St NE, Washington D.C.

We’ll be meeting on First Street, right in front of the court steps. You can get a map and more details here:

Please make every effort to make it out to the steps of the Supreme Court tomorrow. The prayer vigil starts at 9:30 a.m., but many supporters will be showing up at 8 a.m. to counter-protest a big rally by Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocates.

I hope I’ll see you there!

142 lives saved!

The 40 Days for Life campaign has announced that as of the 13th day they have seen 142 babies lives spared from abortion.  Prayer, fasting and public witness works – it saves lives!

There is still plenty of time to get involved in your local 40 Days for Life campaign.  Click here to find one near you!

Interview with Vince Lichlyter

VinceLichlyterI recently had the opportunity to chat with Vince Lichlyter.  Vince is a solo artist who founded the Christian Rock Band, Jonah33 – which disbanded in 2009.  On Jan. 28th released an EP Helium Revisted on Boleyn Records.


This e.p. is very personal to me because they’re a collection of songs that have come to me over the past 5 years or so. It’s kinda like a look back to see what I’ve overcome, some views I’ve adopted, and some things I’ve gained. It’s all over the map, but it’s me, so it’s okay.


“In Him we live and move and have our being”. Life comes from God. I absolutely and fully support those I share beliefs with concerning the sanctity of life.


Oh, man. I’m a dad. That bond you develop with your kids is something I wish everyone could experience. We have a saying on the wall of our living room over the pictures of all our kids that says, “Every child is a story yet to be told.” Sure, it can be trying at times, but the reward for being a part of that story doesn’t have words. The thought that we are given the responsibility over one of God’s creations, one of God’s children, that’s beyond humbling.


Well, immediately you will notice it’s not rock. After the band broke up, it was just me and my acoustic for a while. It’s a bit more difficult to write a rock record on your couch than when you have a band to jam with. So in a way, it’s almost like I was forced out of my comfort zone into other genres of music. I had always enjoyed singer/songwriter stuff, you know, chill stuff, but when I wrote, it
always came out rock. The other big difference, I believe, is the lyrical content. The e.p. , like I talked about before, is really personal.  J33 stuff was more about addressing social issues within the church and personal issues within belief systems. So, yeah, an inside look into my life.


Um…. There are 2 answers to that. There’s the “press release” answer, which claims that we as a band felt as though we had hit the
ceiling as far as what we could accomplish, and that we were all going to pursue other passions. Which is all true, but there’s also my personal answer, which is that I spent too much time focused in on and addressing the problem instead of the Answer. I grew bitter and that was the end of it. That pretty much sums it up.


Being a great husband and dad, and being that guy that never wavered In his beliefs.

Make sure to check out Vince’s facebook at and Boleyn Records’ facebook at

Abortion facility closes! 5 total so far in 2014!

Screen Shot 2014-02-28 at 10.45.55 AMThe Family Planning Associates abortion facility in Montclair, California is closing!  This is the fifth known abortion facility to close in 2014 that we know of. FANTASTIC!

Additional proof that even though abortion is “legal” we can close abortion facilities by educating, being active and even praying.  It’s difficult to get an abortion if there are less and less facilities to perform them.

Big huge thanks to all of the pro-life activists who sidewalk counsel, organize pro-life awareness events and prayed for its closure.  Now its a done deal.

Click here to read more.

PHOTOS: National Pro-Life Chalk Day Spring 2014

National Pro-Life Chalk Day this spring was a success.  More and more people are getting involved, chalking their sidewalks in their communities and college campuses and therefore more and more people are reading the messages and stopping to discuss the pro-life topic.  We are so excited to see more and more people not only get involved in this day, but also to continue sidewalk chalking as a tool in their arsenal of pro-life witness tools.

We are contemplating moving the Spring Chalk Day to a March date.  There seems to be too much snow on the ground, especially this year, therefore limiting the number of potential participants.  We would like your thoughts on that.

The Fall date is Thursday, October 2, 2014.  Make sure to join the event page on facebook and invite all your friends on facebook to participate.  Also, make sure to “like” the Chalk Day page as well as inviting all of your facebook friends to like it as well.  Thanks!

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