It was one pastor’s sermon and one woman’s conviction that eventually drove abortion out of the brothels, brownstones, and back pages of newspapers. It was prayer, repentance, and revival in the Church that reformed the culture and made abortion illegal and unacceptable in the first place. The path to doing this again is the same.
Black History Month has come to an end, but there’s much more that lies ahead. In the pro-life movement, a new wave is coming ashore; one that’s exposing destructive alliances, challenging complicit leadership, and calling the Church to rise up against injustice—to begin to heal the Black community from the devastating effects of abortion.
America is at a crossroads—standing at the edge of a cliff, trying to decide which angle of descent is less catastrophic. The pro-life movement is at a crossroads, too. Which way should the movement go? What is the best way to change hearts and minds? How can we truly heal our broken culture and make abortion unthinkable? Here are three practical things we can do right now to get started.
In St. Paul, Minnesota, more than 800 people stood up at the #WomenBetrayed rally on July 28th, and nearly 5,000 came out to #ProtestPP on August 22nd. It’s undeniable. Something big is stirring in the Twin Cities. But what? Why Minnesota? Why now?