“1) Say a prayer for Katie and Brigid in Fargo. While their school district has now said they will allow them to start their Students for Life groups and abide by the law, we are experiencing delays and still aren’t sure if they are going to live up to their promise.
2) Say a prayer for Isabell at Hampton-Dumont High School in Iowa who has been denied the right to start her Students for Life group for the past 2 years! Last week, SFLA took her story public and we are waiting on the school to respond.
3) Say a prayer for our Students for Life groups at Clarion University (PA) and The College of New Jersey who have both experienced vandalism of their peaceful pro-life cross displays.
4) Say a prayer for our University of Southern California Students for Life group who had their administration unfairly tear down their pro-life banners, after they were approved.
5) Say a prayer for Andrew, the president of the Students for Life group at Johns Hopkins University (MD) who will be on Fox News tomorrow morning talking about the never-ending discrimination that his Students for Life group and other conservatives face at JHU.
6) Say a prayer for a young couple in South Dakota who saw the pro-life sidewalk chalking of our Students for LIfe group and have chosen life despite some difficult circumstances!
7) Say a prayer for Lisa, one of our Regional Coordinators, who is planning our next steps to protest the awful late-term abortion experiments that the University of Hawaii are participating in.
8) And finally, say a prayer for the SFLA Team. For our safety as we travel this weekend and in the weeks to come and for the launch of a brand-new, game-changing initiative that will be announced next week!
Thank you for all of your prayers and support! You will never know just how much it means to our entire team and what you are doing for this pro-life generation!”
Please take a few moments to let these young people and future leaders, know that you stand behind them. In addition to saying prayers for them, send them a tweet or comment. Sometimes just the smallest of actions can mean the world to someone who is working so hard on their “cause”.