Monthly Archives: March 2011
It was a cold day in March when we went to pray at the abortion clinic.
It would have been easy to stay home that day – nobody enjoys standing around in the cold. The handful of people gathered there … Continue Reading
Suzanne, from Riverside Community church reported that today they were able to turn away two women who were headed for Planned Parenthood. They left with pregnancy resource information in their hands. Praise God!
Here are some photos from today:
John … Continue Reading
Today’s 40 Days for Life devotional dealt with the issue of men’s need for healing from past abortions. Rev. Steve (who graciously blessed our mid-point vigil with his music last night) has written the following reflection on todays devotion:
As we were praying the rosary, I was very touched by folks walking through who started to recite the rosary along with us as they passed through, one of which was a young fellow walking with his wife/girlfriend who was … Continue Reading
This morning was a long, cold morning at the vigil. I was blessed to have Joe from Hosanna church stand with me for two hours, and then was alone for quite a while. While I was sitting there freezing, watching … Continue Reading
Tune in to 101.5 fm, WORD FM’s John & Kathy show tonight at 5:40pm, to hear me talk about Pittsburgh’s 40 Days for Life campaign! See you tonight for the candlelit vigil!… Continue Reading
Dear 40 Days for Lifers,
We are halfway there already! What an awesome 20 days it has been! 38 church groups have participated in the vigil so far…and we have 37 more that are scheduled to take part in these … Continue Reading
There are no dramatic stories to report from the last three cold, quiet Sunday mornings–unless you count the fact that wonderful people have chosen to spend Sunday morning praying on a sidewalk instead of sleeping in or sitting at home … Continue Reading
Thank you Nikki W. for taking my shift today and giving me a day to rest and recharge my batteries! What a blessing! I did stop at the vigil briefly to take a photo and met a nice group of … Continue Reading