Category Archives: Pro-Lifers

VP Pence outlines accomplishments of pro-life President Trump to SBC convention

By Dave Andrusko Vice President Mike Pence had a distinguished pro-life record, first as a representative from Indiana , and then as the state’s governor. So you can imagine how excited we were in July 2016 when

MCCL marks 50 years of saving lives

By Paul Stark ST. PAUL — Tuesday marked the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), Minnesota’s oldest and largest pro-life organization. “Through MCCL’s work over the last five decades, hearts and

Developer donated entire building to give pregnant moms housing

By Allyson Hunter Earlier this year, Canadian real estate developer Gene Dub donated an entire building with 18 apartments to house pregnant moms with nowhere else to go. According to the Edmonton Journal, his donation is worth

Two Women, Two Pathways, One Common Mission

By Gayle Irwin Carol Lee and Memrie Tucker, RN BSN, came to Mississippi’s Starkville Pregnancy Center via two different paths. Today, they share a common mission—helping women in their community who experience unplanned pregnancies. Meet Carol “I

Reflections 14 years later on the passing of pro-life President Reagan

By Dave Andrusko Fourteen years ago today, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, died in Los Angeles at age 93. He passed away after a long struggle bravely fought with Alzheimer’s disease. Over

Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life offers ‘At Every Stage’ for pro-life youth and adults

Curriculum provides a deep overview of right-to-life issues By Paul Stark Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) has produced a pro-life study suitable for both high-school aged students and adults. The “At Every Stage” curriculum provides students

Charlie Gard’s parents launch foundation to help sick children

By Dave Andrusko During the incredibly intense and emotional battle to save little Alfie Evans, in the background for many people were thoughts of similar case of another seriously ill baby boy whose parents unsuccessfully fought an

Dallas Cowboy DeQuinton Osborne salutes his mom, who chose life at 13

By Kristi Burton Brown DeQuinton Osborne’s mom had one rule for him before he joined the NFL: get a college degree. Dorothy Osborne knows first hand the hard knocks life can throw at a person — football

Physicians for Life at McGovern Medical School sees club growth

By Katherine Bastie, UT Houston McGovern Medical School, Class of 2020 Working in the medical field and being Pro-Life often seem contradictory to the outside observer, which is why the existence of Physicians for Life at McGovern Medical

Running for Life: Marathon Runner Jen Titus Runs with a Purpose

By Gayle Irwin She runs marathons and half-marathons. She runs her four children hither and yon. She runs from her part-time job as an educator to the business in which she and her husband hold partnership with

A Memorial Day Reflection

By Anthony J. Lauinger Editor’s note. Monday is Memorial Day which brings to mind this powerful story written last year by Tony Lauinger. For the past 22 years he has been vice president of National Right to

Woman stopped outside clinic by sidewalk counselors speaks

By Sarah Terzo Tina was on her way into a clinic to have an abortion, but while she was walking into the clinic, she was stopped by sidewalk counselors. She ignored them and entered the clinic, but