Registration open for Monday webcast from 40 Days for Life

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40 Days for Life

The 40 Days for Life is one of the most successful grassroots pro-life initiatives ever established. Since its inception just a few years ago, the movement has grown exponentially and the latest 40 Days for Life campaign, which ended earlier this month, reached 306 locations in over ten countries.

The 40 Days for Life are days of prayer, fasting, and silent witness which seek to peacefully and prayerfully bring an end to abortion and to encourage women to seek life-affirming alternatives to abortion. The results are tremendous: at least 476 pre-born lives were saved through the campaign which just concluded.

40 Days for Life has invited pro-life advocates everywhere to participate in a live teleconference/webcast experience this coming Monday, November 18 at 9 p.m. Central to reveal the full scale of the most recent campaign’s influence, as well as to discuss the future.

40 Days for Life believes that 2014 is “poised to be a massive turning point” in pro-life efforts, and they invite supporters to listen in and learn what lies ahead. The call will also cover key steps that every pro-lifer can take to help ensure the continued closure of abortion mills throughout the country (and the world). 40 Days for Life directors David Bereit and Shawn Carney will be presenting the teleconference.

The event is free, but registration is required for participation, and spaces fill up quickly.


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