The current 40 Days for Life campaign has officially ended, but the families of babies who were saved during 40 Days for Life remain in need of help. So on Wednesday, April 28, a combined baby shower will be held to help four of these babies and their families.
Two of the babies are expected to be girls and two of the babies are expected to be boys, so baby items of either gender would be appreciated. You do not need to feel obligated to bring more than one present to the shower, as a drawing will be used to distribute baby gifts among the families present at the shower.
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It has been another challenging day at the prayer vigil, with wind gusts blowing literature off of the table, breaking candles, blowing over chairs, signs, and even the angel statue. Continue reading →
In the days leading up to the start of the 40 Days for Life campaign, I had an overwhelming to-do list. I tried to prioritize the list, but I knew that I wouldn’t have enough time to accomplish all of the top priority tasks.
At the same time, our family of 12 has been experiencing several different illnesses. Continue reading →
We know what it’s like to be busy. Terri and I are ministry leaders, church volunteers, homeschool teachers, parents of 11 children (10 at home, including four teenagers, a two-year old, and practically every age in between). Continue reading →