40 Days for Life celebrating pro-life victories scheduled for Monday


This Monday, 40 Days for Life will throw a party celebrating life, and you’re invited. The one-time webcast celebration of pro-life victories is set for Monday, April 13 at 9 p.m. Eastern. The group announced that 40 Days for Life National Director David Bereit, along with Campaign Director Shawn Carney, will participate in this “hope-filled” webcast.

According to 40 Days for Life, the webcast will include the following:

New and exciting reports of lives saved during the just-completed 40 Days for Life campaign … including the spellbinding story of #10,000

Stunning revelations of more abortion center closures, including how the largest abortion center in one entire country was shut down for the foreseeable future

What the abortion industry is saying behind closed doors about the massive growth of 40 Days for Life across North America and all around the world

The organization is a pro-life prayer ministry which mobilizes people to pray peacefully for the ending of abortion. The initiative began in Texas in 2004, and has been a national ministry since 2007.

The campaign holds two events each year, during spring and fall. Since its inception, individuals have prayed outside abortion facilities in 300 cities and five continents, and leaders say the lives of over 10,000 babies have been saved – and 40 Days for Life shows no signs of stopping.

The webcast is free, but registration is required.

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