40 Days for Life is the largest internationally coordinated pro-life mobilization in history, helping local communities end the injustice of abortion.
By the grace of God, 40 Days for Life has achieved a stunning track record of life-saving results since launching in 2007 and rapidly becoming a worldwide movement. 40 Days for Life is the largest internationally coordinated pro-life mobilization in history, helping people in local communities end the injustice of abortion through: prayer and fasting, community outreach, peaceful vigil.
40 Days for Life is a community-based campaign that takes a determined, peaceful approach to showing local communities the consequences of abortion in their own neighborhoods, for their own friends and families. It puts into action a desire to cooperate with God in the carrying out of His plan for the end of abortion.
The 40-day campaign tracks Biblical history, where God used 40-day periods to transform individuals, communities and the entire world. From Noah in the flood to Moses on the mountain to the disciples after Christ’s resurrection, it is clear that God sees the transformative value of His people accepting and meeting a 40-day challenge.
Want to end abortion? If you do, the first thing you must do is pray. Prayer is at the center of 40 Days for Life. During each campaign, we are calling on people of faith across the nation … and around the world … to fall on their knees before the Lord, asking Him to hear our plea and heal our land. Pray outside an abortion facility. Pray at church. Pray at work. Pray in the car. Pray at home with your family.
Sanger established the American Birth Control League, a precursor to today’s Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
As the founder of Planned Parenthood and the impassioned heroine of various feminist causes celebrated, Sanger was responsible for the brutal elimination of more than thirty (50) million children in the United States and as many as two and a half billion worldwide. No one in his right mind would want to rehabilitate the reputations of Stalin, Mussolini, or Hitler. Their barbarism, treachery, and debauchery will make their names live in infamy forever. Amazingly though, Sanger has somehow escaped their wretched fate. In spite of the fact that her crimes against humanity were no less heinous than theirs, her place in history has effectively been sanitized and sanctified. In spite of the fact that she openly identified herself in one way or another with their aims, intentions, ideologies, and movements with Stalin’s Sobornostic Collectivism, with Hitler’s Eugenic Racism, and with Mussolini’s Agathistic Facism, her faithful minions have managed to manufacture an independent reputation for the perpetuation of her memory. Killer Angel A Biography of Planned Parenthood’s Founder Margaret Sanger by George Grant
She believed that women wanted their children to be free of poverty and disease, that women were natural eugenicists, and that birth control, which could limit the number of children and improve their quality of life, was the panacea to accomplish this. Full article at Biography.com But it is far more sordid to find your-self several years later burdened down with half a dozen unwanted children, helpless, starved, shoddily clothed, dragging at your skirt, yourself a dragged out shadow of the woman you once were. Family Limitation by Margaret Sanger 1917
40 Days for Life Manhattan Campaign leader Jill Gadwood spoke about the need to bring 40 Days for Life to New York City, which is infamously known as the “abortion capital of America.” 92 Years Later Pro Life Comes to Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood Center
Planned Parenthood of New York City: 1923 – Margaret Sanger opens the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau in Manhattan, later known as the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, where physicians dispense contraceptives and study their health impact. …… More
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