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Urgent: Stand True once again has been offered a $4,000 Matching Grant Donation by a generous donor

Every Donation Received through December is being DOUBLED, up to $4,000 by a generous donor. We are excited to be launching so new project this January at the March for Life and Walk for Life and with the help of a generous donor Stand True Pro-life Outreach has been offered a $4,000 matching donation and will double every donation we receive through December up to $4,000. For the past 8 years this Stand True supporter has given this amazing challenge to help us raise the money we need to close out the year. This donor knows the importance of the work of Stand True and wants to make sure we continue to be a major force in our fight to bring an end to abortion and build a culture of life. They are committed to making sure that Stand True is able to travel and reach as many youth as possible as we build up the pro-life generation.   Just think: If you donate $25 it instantly becomes $50. If you donate $50 it instantly becomes $100. If you donate $250 in instantly becomes $500. We need your help TODAY! Please donate $25, $50, $100, $500 or any amount and see it INSTANTLY DOUBLED and help Stand True continue to educate, activate and equip this generation. If you can donate please do so at https://give.cornerstone.cc/Stand+True or on the donate button at the top of this page. This January we will be helping launch EndAbortion.TV with a booth set up at the March for Life in Washington DC in partnership with Priests for Life. We will be interview major pro-life and faith leaders as well as so many passionate pro-life youth at the March. Our broadcasts are growing rapidly and reaching tens of thousands of people a day with the pro-life message. We are also working on expanding our summer outreach and involvement in summer pro-life training camps for youth. Last summer we turned San Francisco upside down with our partnership with Survivors Pro-life Training camp and we want to see this camp expand to the east coast this summer.   We need your help TODAY! Please donate $25, $50, $100, $500 or any amount and see it INSTANTLY DOUBLED and help Stand True continue to educate, activate and equip this generation. If you can donate please do so at https://give.cornerstone.cc/Stand+True or on the donate button at the top of this page. Donations can also be mailed to Stand True – 1013 S Crawford St, Troy, OH 45373 Just think: If you donate $25 it instantly becomes $50. If you donate $50 it instantly becomes $100. If you donate $250 in instantly becomes $500. Your investment in the important pro-life work of Stand True will double instantly; what other investment can promise you that? Stand True Pro-life Outreach’s mission is to Educate, Activate and Equip this generation to be the generation that will abolish abortion. This matching grant donation will help make sure we are able to fulfill our mission and expand our outreach. If Read More »

Will You Lose Your Voice For A Day For Those Without A Voice? The 14th Annual Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity – Oct 16th 2018 #silentday

When Young Pro-lifers Raise Their Voice: Huge Victory in San Francisco, Planned Parenthood Loses “Medical Waste” Company.

Thirty-One Years Ago I Heard The Silent Scream; Will I Finally See The End Of The Abortion Holocaust I Have Been Fighting Since That Night?

It was a warm August night in 1987 when four young kids took the stage at a church in Anaheim, California, and changed my life forever. I was only a week into my Christian journey and just looking for some good music to listen to that would encourage me in my new faith. I was not expecting to find my calling in life that night, but that is exactly what happened when the band The Crucified began to sing a song entitled “The Silent Scream”. I left that concert with a cassette tape that I listened to over and over and over. I took to heart the words of the song and the words that Stacey, the drummer’s then-girlfriend, now-wife, shared with me about abortion and what it really was. I could not stop thinking about what was going on in our world that I had been blind to for so many years. I could not erase the thought of a baby screaming for life while a doctor was intentionally killing a human being he was trained to heal. Over the next few years I began to speak out against abortion, wearing pro-life t-shirts and putting stickers on my scooter and helmet. I began to collect and distribute pro-life literature. My journey to full-time pro-life activist had begun but I had not yet realized this was my life’s calling. It was a couple years later when my friend Chris invited me to a pro-life event in downtown Los Angeles. We met up with a my friend, Elisa, and her mom at an abortion mill where a giant protest was taking place. I had a Mohawk and tattoos and most of the pro-abortion protesters thought I was one of them. They asked me to stand and guard the door, and to hold it open to allow women in to get an abortion. I had heard about Operation Rescue and how its members would sacrificially sit in front of the doors in prayer to buy time for counselors to offer women an alternative to abortion. They would be arrested for laying their lives down for the sake of the precious children scheduled to die that day. When I saw that young woman walking toward the door I was holding open, I had no choice; I had to do something to try to protect her child from what was about to happen. In the middle of hundreds of screaming pro-abortion activists, I slammed the door shut and linked my arms to the handles as the crowd around me realized I was actually pro-life. I was hit, kicked and spat upon. They screamed, “He’s OR, He’s OR” as the girl turned and left and the police came running in to arrest me. I was walked out of the crowd in handcuffs as they all cheered. I was released later that day when pro-life activist Jeff White negotiated my release and within an hour I called my boss and told him I could no longer Read More »

Talking About Abortion May Be Offensive, But Our Silence and Apathy Is Deadly; Addressing the Lie That Christians Should Not Offend People.

When my son died five years ago today, I was told “It was just a miscarriage.” No! Benjamin is my son.

Abortion and Civil Rights: Dr Martin Luther King Jr. would have cried out, “They, Too, America”!

Langston Hughes wrote a poem entitled, “I, Too” in which he dreamed of a day when African Americans would not be shunned. This simple poem speaks volumes about the human person and the struggle to attain equality. Corrie Ten Boom wrote a book entitled, “The Hiding Place” in which she talked about her days in a concentration camp. She was not Jewish; she was imprisoned and tortured for hiding Jews in her home because she believed they were equal human persons. Rosa Parks sat down and refused to get up a seat she was told she had no right to sit in. She decided that she was no longer going to be told that she was less human than anyone else on that bus. Anne Frank wrote in her diary, “I don’t think of all the misery but of the beauty that still remains” – this coming from a young woman having to live in a hidden apartment for two years because she was declared a non – human person. Martin Luther King, Jr. cried out, “I have a dream.” He believed in a world where men were not looked at as black or white, but as men. He believed we could live as equal human persons and destroy the prejudices that plagued mankind. What do all these people have in common? Some may say oppression. Oppression is certainly a word that can be used to describe all of their lives. Can you imagine yourself as a young girl like Anne Frank living in a small hidden apartment for two years, never allowed to leave for fear of certain death? Some may say determination. Langston Hughes was determined to see a day when our African American brothers would not be seen as less than any other American. Some may say courage. I can’t imagine the courage it took for Corrie Ten Boom to risk her own life and freedom for total strangers. She endured years of torture and even found a way to thank God for her bunk being infested with fleas, knowing it saved her from abuse. Some may say resolve. Oh, to see the resolve in the face of Rosa Parks on the bus that day! It would be amazing to see her claim her spot as an equal human person and refuse to be dehumanized. Some may say passion. Passion is one of the best words you can use to describe Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. When you hear his speech you can’t help but be moved. While all of these words are truly things these great humans had in common, there is one other thing that makes them stand out from others who have been dehumanized: their voice. They all had a voice and were able to use that voice to cry out for their lives, their freedom and their humanity. A voice is something that thousands of innocent people every day in America will never have. Can you imagine if a child in the womb Read More »

Ohio Attorney General: Planned Parenthood Dumps Babies in Landfills

On Comparing The Attacks in France to The Abortion Holocaust….

Dayton Police ThreatenTo Arrest Stand True President, Bryan Kemper For Simply Standing On Public Property And Pro-abortion Activist Mock His Ten Year Old Son.