Archive for October, 2017

Pro-Life on Campus at Western Kentucky University

Speak to a witch and get demons, or speak to a GAPer and save your child from slaughter.

Pro-Life on Campus brought GAP to Western Kentucky University for a second time. We went to WKU back in 2015.

We give it a rating of 3 out of 10 moonbats.  Most of the students were calm and ready for thoughtful dialogue.  Nearby, a witch set up a table to provide the alternative view on abortion.

We also ran our Reproductive Choice Campaign (RCC) truck around campus.

The press coverage related more to the RCC truck, but we’ll take it:


Hope and healing at Tennessee Tech

Letter on our Free Speech Board, written to Paiten and Jesse by a sister who misses them deeply.

by Debbie Picarello

At Tennessee Tech, Angie (not her real name) wrote a note to her two siblings, both aborted years ago (photo at right).

Angie learned about them when her mother went to work at a CPC, and through that experience, told Angie about the children she had aborted years ago.

Angie was crushed by the news.  She had always begged her mom for a sibling.  At some point, the siblings were named Paiten and Jesse.  Angie has even written letters to them.  She looks forward to meeting them in heaven.

I gave Angie a Deeper Still pamphlet.

Just a few days later, a post-abortive woman came to one of our Deeper Still healing retreats.  A few weeks after that, this same woman attended a Deeper Still training seminar.  We wound up in the same sharing group, and I heard this woman tell her story.  It sounded so familiar.

This woman was none other than Angie’s mother!

It was one of the most beautiful God surprises I’ve had to this day!  God certainly knows how to connect people!  Thank you, CBR supporters, for making this encounter possible!  Angie’s Mom will now help other women heal from their abortions!

Debbie Picarello volunteers with CBR and with Deeper Still, a post-abortion healing ministry.

Pro-Life On Campus at Murray State University

CBR volunteer Brian McKinney teaches young men to step up and protect the innocent.

Pro-Life on Campus brought GAP back to Murray State University in Kentucky after a long absence.  Not many moonbats in that part of Kentucky; we give it a rating of 1 moonbat on our scale of 1 to 10.

Throughout the calm two days, there was only one protester with a “clever” sign that read, “Abortion is fine, but condoms are less expensive and homosexuality is a fine choice too!” However, he was notably respectful and had honest questions about God, the Bible, and politics. Unfortunately, though, he was unable to maintain a thought to its completion, so rational dialogue was difficult.

His inability to complete thoughts (and perhaps think critically) may have lead to these statements he made to the Murray State News:

“I walked by and saw it and I despise the flawed reasoning that is used on these signs … I believe that their imagery especially is deceptive.  It’s an attempted emotional appeal.  People are allowed to believe what they want, I don’t think I’m changing people’s minds,” he said said. “The most I’ve done is that I’ve gave out a bunch of condoms.  So, hey, I might’ve just kept a baby from being aborted, which is more than what these people have been doing all day.”

These would be laughable, except for his encouragement of irresponsible, child-like adults to engage in high-risk behavior.

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