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RIGHT TO LIFE WALK

Wickenburg, AZ :  A big thank you for all the people who showed up in the cold misty rain for the annual Life Walk Saturday. Again, the purpose of our walk was to make people aware that abortion has been legal for 34 years with about 45 million babies lost.  Because of the 1973 Roe v Wade decision of the Supreme Court, women who have had abortions found that, instead of solving the problem of an unplanned pregnancy, they faced the emotional devastation experienced after the abortion.  Eventually, these women and their families realize that they have lost a real member of their immediate family and future generations will never realize the benefits these absent members of society might have provided.  Contributions to science that might have been made, cures for diseases that might have been discovered, great leaders who were never allowed the gift of life---all these and more are forever lost to society.
Our speaker George E. Pfautsch spoke about our national morality and how a dismissal of belief in God led to the Roe v. Wade decision.  He emphasized that the Supreme Court never did reach a decision concerning the moment life begins....just that they were unable to make that decision, and so, because of a "right to privacy," decided to eliminate the "right to life." of each human being.  thus the God-given "right to life" was now a matter for others to decide, and an innocent life, if "inconvenient, "could now be terminated.  the result was a devaluation of not only individual life, but the sanctity of the family, and the dignity of  woman who have experienced an abortion.  As a result families are weaker, not stronger.
For help please call our local Pregnancy Resource Center ph. 668-1450 or the Operation Outcry national help-line. 1-866-4-OUTCRY(468-8279.
Please join the Wickenburg Right to Life by being a voice for the voiceless.
Our meetings take place the first Monday of each month at 7:00P.M. at the Remuda Cornerstone Conference room next to the bookstore.
Please call Karen Hartman @ 684-2199.

 

 

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