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Meet the 2015 Stand True Pro-life Outreach Missionary Team and Outreach Schedule

Meet the 2015 Stand True Pro-life Outreach Missionaries Please commit to praying for our team members and outreach this summer.     These full time pro-life missionaries rely on support from from you to make this summer of outreach and training possible.  Please donate $25, $50, $100, $500 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. Donations can also be mailed to Stand True – PO Box 890 – Troy, OH 45373 or call 937-570-0671 to donate by phone. Here is the schedule for the mission team; please keep this so you can pray for them over the summer. June 1 Team arrives in Troy June 2 – 5 Training in Troy, OH June 5 Grill Out at Stand True Courtyard June 6-7 Strawberry Festival Outreach Troy, OH (Life Development Display and Street Outreach) June 8 Day off June 9 Abortion Clinic Training June 10 – 13 Abortion Clinic Outreach/Social Media Projects June 13 Troy Pool Day June 14 Day off June 15 -16 Office/Social Media Project Days June 17-19 Abortion Clinic Outreach/Activism June 20 – 21 Days Off June 22 – 26 Abortion Clinic Outreach/Social Media Projects June 27 – 28 Days off June 29 – July 3 Abortion Clinic Outreach/Social Media Projects July 4-5 Off July 6 Prep for NRLC July 7 Drive to New Orleans July 8 Arrive in New Orleans July 9 – 11 NRLC 2015 in New Orleans (Bryan Kemper Speaks / Stand True Booth) July 12 Drive to Charlotte, NC July 13 White Water Center Day in Charlotte, NC July 14 Pro-life Activism in Charlotte, NC with EPIC July 15 Drive to Troy, OH July 16 – 17 Unload/Cleaning Days July 18 -19 Days Off July 20 – 22 Clinic Outreach/Social Media Projects July 23 Drive to Chicago July 24 – 25 National Sidewalk Counseling Symposium in Chicago July 26 Drive to Troy July 27 – 31 Retreat in MI August 1 Day Off August 2 Drive to NYC August 3 Activism in NYC/Afternoon off in NYC August 4 – 5 Training at PFL August 6-8 Soulfest, Gilford, New Hampshire (Stand True Booth) August 9 – 10 Drive to Troy, OH August 11 -13 Unpack, Clean and Debrief August 14 Go Home We need your help TODAY! Please support the work of Stand True and our amazing Pro-life Missionaries. Please donate $25, $50, $100, $500 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. Donations can also be mailed to Stand True – PO Box 890 – Troy, OH 45373 or call 937-570-0671 to donate by phone.

Why I hate exceptions in pro-life laws but understand why I must support bills like the Pain-Capable Act.

Abortion Enslaves Women and Denies Them True Equal Rights.

The Story Of How God Inspired The Launch Of 40 Days For Life, Bound4Life and Stand True’s, Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity Simultaneously.

Without Planning It, Grassroots Pro-Life Prayer Groups Launched at Same Time – Say Leaders in First Joint Interview Ten years ago, a burning desire to be a voice for the unborn was ignited in three leaders – in Texas, Virginia and Colorado. Having known each other for years, they rarely see one another aside from national pro-life gatherings. What would happen if we started a dialogue together? For the first time, David Bereit of 40 Days for Life, Matt Lockett of Bound4LIFE and Bryan Kemper of Stand True share their common yet distinct experiences – and reveal a striking timeline of how public prayer advocacy has thrived in the grassroots pro-life movement. Marisa Kwaning discusses pro-life prayer with David Bereit and Matt Lockett (Photo: Josh Shepherd) A Son’s Prayer in the Hospital Summer of 2004 found David Bereit (pronounced BE-right) frustrated in College Station, Texas. A local Planned Parenthood abortion center had just reached a death toll of 2,000. “We had been trying everything we knew how to do,” Bereit says. “While we saw some small pro-life successes, for the most part the abortion numbers just kept going up.” He and a few other people did the only thing they felt was left – gather around a table and pray for an hour.  Bereit shares, “The night before that prayer time, a friend from church pulled me aside and said: ‘If we really believe these children dying are made in God’s image, why aren’t we acting like it?’ he implored. ‘If we’re serious, why wouldn’t we go to that place [abortion centers], stand in the gap and intercede on behalf of these mothers and children?’” “That conversation was germinating in me the next day during that hour of prayer,” says Bereit, noting how God placed the 40-days timeframe on their hearts that day along with other particulars. “The first local 40 Days for Life campaign was from September 1 thru October 10, 2004.” People in prayer at the first 40 Days for Life campaign in College Station, TX (Photo Courtesy of 40 Days for Life) “Many 40 Days leaders haven’t even heard this second part,” says Bereit, national director of 40 Days for Life. “Years later, after the first national campaign, the same friend called me – amazed at how God used this idea.” “Then he said, ‘Shortly before that dinner at your house, we found out my dad was dying of cancer. I went to the hospital and my dad wanted to pray about the ending of abortion. The reason why? Years before, he had gotten a girl pregnant out of wedlock, he had been scared, he pressured her to schedule an abortion… but she stood him up on the day of the appointment. He got so angry at her then. Yet eventually they ended up getting married.’“ “Laying on that hospital bed, his dad told him, ‘Son, that woman was your mother and that child I wanted to throw away to cover up my sin was you.’ The man who suggested the idea of what became Read More »

Silly Songs With Pro-Abortion Activists – F#*K The Suburbs And Kill The Unborn

University of Hawaii Conducting Government Trials on Teenage Girls Reminiscent of Nazi Experiments

Where were you when the battle raged? Remembering my time in Florida with Terri Schiavo’s family 10 years ago today.

Bryan Kemper Banned From Dayton Library After Confronting NARAL and Planned Parenthood Community Discussion

“Christianity Today” Claims That Contraception Saves Lives and Attempts To Paint Margaret Sanger In a Good Light. My Response To This Ludicrous Article.

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