A look ahead to NRLC 2020 celebrating 50 Years of Life; Don’t forget to become a “Patron for Life”

By Dave Andrusko

As a rule of thumb, although it’s early, I use the annual March for Life as the starting point to begin reminding people about the pro-life educational event of the year: the annual National Right to Life Convention.

This year’s two day convention is in Herndon, Virginia, and will take place Friday June 26 and Saturday June 27. If you are already making summer plans, you can register at http://nrlconvention.com/register.

As always, there is a big discount for early registration.

Periodically over the next few months, we’ll announce the addition of new speakers. If you’ve attended any NRLC convention, you already know you will be the beneficiary of outstanding general sessions and workshops, in addition to a motivational Prayer Breakfast and an inspirational closing banquet.

If you are able to arrive Thursday, the day before the convention begins, there be at dinner at 6 P.M. followed by an incredible performance of the pro-life play “Viable.”

There is something you can do right now to make sure this 50th year celebration is one to remember.

Would you consider becoming a “Patron for Life”? Your assistance, whether it be as an Angel Convention Patron ($10), a Titanium Patron ($1,000), or anything in between, helps NRLC by defraying a portion of the expenses of putting on a convention that flies in and houses experts from around the nation.

If there is someone whose name you want to be listed as “in memory of” or “in honor of,” it will appear in the Convention Year book which every attendee to NRLC 2020 will receive. The yearbook is a year-round educational resource, a treasure-trove of information.

You can just click here and the Patron for Life form will appear. You can pay by credit card online or download the form, fill it out, and send it in along with your check to NRLC 2020, 1446 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314.

Either option would be extremely helpful to us and the unborn babies whose lives we all are fighting to save.