You won’t want to miss out on L!fe Camp!

Hey, Teens! Join us at L!fe Camp for a week of pro-life training workshops, meeting new friends, and having FUN! Teens ages 13-19 are welcome to come learn about the pro-life movement, how to defend your pro-life beliefs and debate effectively, how to start your own Teens for Life group, and more! Our special guest …

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Three key considerations when attempting to bring someone over to the cause of unborn babies

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This is adapted from a workshop on Persuasion that took place July 6 at the National Right to Life Convention which took place in Charleston, South Carolina. This is our team’s fifth time together sharing a few minutes with you, grassroots pro-lifers who are the heart and soul of our …

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“Wanted” wins 2019 National Right to Life Video Contest

By Dave Andrusko The National Right to Life Video Contest is a great opportunity for young people (ages 15-25) to showcase their talents and make a video promoting a pro-life message. Attendees to NRLC 2019 had the opportunity to watch and listen to this year’s winner, Olivia Stone. It left many in the audience in …

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At NRLC 2019, four pro-life leaders detail pro-abortion attempts to “Legalize the Unthinkable”

By Dave Andrusko Four veterans of full-bore pro-attacks on their states gave insider views of what happened in New York, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Virginia. In the first three instances, pro-abortion legislation prevailed. It failed in Virginia in no small part because anti-life representatives candidly admitted their goal was abortion on demand through all 40 …

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Combat veteran who lost both legs addresses the brutality of dismemberment abortions

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life Editor’s note. Sgt. Wayne Cockfield, USMC, Ret. is the Vice President for Medical Ethics of the National Right to Life Committee and lives in Florence, South Carolina. He primarily testifies against pro-euthanasia bills, and at the just concluded NRLC National Convention reminded a Saturday morning …

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The opportunity to learn from the best of the best

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. The following remarks were delivered at the opening luncheon of the 2019 National Right to Life Convention— “A Time to be Encouraged.” Good morning! Welcome to the opening session of the 49th annual National Right to Life Convention. I am so glad you are all here. We have a …

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49th annual NRLC Convention off to a Memorable Start

By Dave Andrusko What a way to start a convention! People from as far away as Canada, Mexico, and Australia were there for “A Time to be Encouraged,” a message delivered by the very pro-life governor of South Carolina, Henry McMaster. He delighted his audience with reminders drawn from history of how perseverance and courage …

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The National Right to Life Pro-Life Essay Contest Winners

Editor’s note. The following winning essays were written for the National Right to Life Pro-Life Essay Contest. At the senior level, grades 10–12, Faith McKeever, grade 12 (Missouri) took first place. Samuel Maranzano, grade 12 (Michigan ) won second, and Anna Dunsmoore, grade 11 ( Massachusetts) won third. At the junior level, grades 7–9, Elizabeth …

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Encouraging a Dialogue for Life!

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I remember a friend asking me a series of questions long ago. The question-and-answer session helped to cement my pro-life views and ultimately led me to advocacy for pregnant women, children, people with disabilities, and the frail elderly. As pro-lifers, we need to ask questions of …

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