Thank you for helping sponsor a pro-life youth activist

Last month I sent out a plea to help sponsor a pro-life youth activist for the March for Life / Rock for Life weekend. So many of you prayed for us and so many of you donated. I am so sorry I haven’t sent out a Thank You until now, but THANK YOU SO MUCH! Our hotel rooms got paid for and most spots were full. We had so many awesome young / younger pro-life activists staying with Rock for Life for the weekend and here’s what a few of them had to say:

  • Rebecca C – Thank you so much for your generous donation. Each dollar helped support the efforts of young pro-lifers. The weekend was so encouraging and inspiring and allowed us to contribute in small ways that could make a big difference. Thank you!
  • Peter H – The weekend in D.C. with Rock for life was awesome. Thank you so much for blessing us with your donation without it we would never have been able to be there and feel the power that the pro-life movement has.
  • Kaley P – I can’t thank you enough for your contribution! This weekend has been an amazing expeirence. It’s incredible what God can do in the hearts of thousands. Thank you!
  • Trai F – The opportunity to serve once again in the march, amongst other things blessed my heart, and I pray for more opportunities to serve in the future. Thank you so much for contributing. May God bless you sevenfold.

So again a big huge THANKS! Thank you for investing into young pro-lifers who are not just the future leaders of the pro-life movement, but the leaders TODAY!


Chalking last night

I got started a little early.  National Pro-Life Chalk Day is today but with all the excitement I couldn’t help myself so I met up with the Students for Life group at Mary Washington University and we did some chalking.  Below are some photos of my work.

While one of the students was chalking “Abortion Hurts Women” a group of guys walked by and mocked her.  A couple of minutes later a young man came back, apologized for his friends behavior and let her know he was with her.  So not only is this a great way to educate, but also to identify who is pro-life on your campus and recruit them!

TOMORROW: National Pro-Life Chalk Day!

Tomorrow we, Rock for Life alongside Students for Life are co-sponsoring the first ever National Pro-Life Chalk Day!

I’ve always said that the more we talk about abortion and what the act does to a baby and his / her mother the more hearts and minds are changed to the pro-life position and the more babies lives that are spared.  One way to get people talking is to sidewalk chalk pro-life messages.

So tomorrow, grab some sidewalk chalk, grab some friends and start chalking public sidewalks.  It’s fun and a little rebellious!

Several years ago Rock for Life became aware of a Planned Parenthood rally coming up. Early that morning, before anyone from Planned Parenthood showed up we sent a team of young pro-life activists to sidewalk chalk on the public sidewalks where Planned Parenthood was hosting their rally.  We chalked pro-life messages: “Abortion Kills a Baby,” “Abortion Hurts Women,” etc., etc.  When Planned Parenthood and their supporters showed up they were a little upset by the life affirming messages so they moved their rally across the street. When we crossed the street to join their rally with our pro-life signs they called the cops trying to get us removed from their rally spot.  The police refused to move us because we were on a public sidewalk and Planned Parenthood left their designated, permitted rally spot. So, since we sidewalk chalked we got the pro-life message out in two places at once.  See, this can be fun!

There are numerous stories like this I could share but you get the point. Sidewalk chalking is inexpensive, fun and another creative way to get the pro-life message out.

So, whatever it is you are doing tomorrow take some time to join thousand of pro-lifers nationwide who will be participating in National Pro-Life Chalk Day.  Visit the website at for messaging ideas and tips, tell all your friends by forwarding this email and posting the website on your facebook and twitter. Then take pictures and post them on your Facebook and Twitter as well and let us know how it goes!

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