Have you been reading the July digital edition of National Right to Life News?

By Dave Andrusko

July2016Newscover3It’s always nice to start the day off by hearing a compliment. A long-time pro-lifer dropped me an email to say, “Great stuff. I’ll be using stories [for her publication]. Thank you!”

We think there is reason for any and all pro-lifers to take advantage of the contents of the July digital edition of National Right to Life News. (The entire issue can be accessed and forwarded to your pro-life friends and family at nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsJuly2016.pdf.)

Here’s why. Twelve stories about the pro-life educational event of the year, the National Right to Life Convention, which took place July 7-9.

The general sessions addressed the issues pro-lifers wanted to hear about—everything from meeting the political challenges of 2016, to powerful stories about women who were caught up, but escaped, from the abortion vortex, to “The Greatest Friend of Truth is Time” (Jean Garton’s memorable Prayer Breakfast address), to “Defending Life Has Never Been More Challenging, Difficult or More Necessary,” the stirring remarks of pro-life champion Rep. Chris Smith at the closing Banquet.

But there is so much more in the July digital edition of NRL News (www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsJuly2016.pdf) that you shouldn’t miss. What about a thoughtful review of the new movie, “Hush,” which objectively addresses the long-term harm abortion does to women? Or encouraging accounts about how the number of abortions have gone down in Minnesota and Texas? Or an overview of the work of “Standup Girl,” a very impressive, innovative way to reach girls in crisis pregnancy situations?

Please take a few minutes each day to read at least one story from the July issue. And do your pro-life friends a favor by passing those stories along to them.