Abortion pictures change minds in unexpected places (video)

Alyssa Massaro

Alyssa Massaro traces her pro-life activism back to the day she saw a CBR truth truck as a 12-year-old child in Connecticut.

We were thrilled to meet Alyssa Massaro, one of the pro-life student leaders at Georgia Tech, because CBR played a key role in her journey over to our side.

In 2004, Alyssa was 12 years old and living with her family in Cheshire, Connecticut.  That summer, two of our truth trucks drove past Cheshire on the way to Maine.  It was part of our Key States Initiative (KSI) that focused on nearly 20 battleground states for controlling the White House and the Senate.

I saw the image and I knew it for what it was.  I burst out crying, because I knew that was a child and it had been murdered.
That is one of the experiences that fired me up the most.  I don’t know if I would have seen [the truth] any other way.

In 2004, we were just on the road to Maine.  To our knowledge, Connecticut was not a key state.  We were wrong, because God had picked out a 12-year-old girl in Cheshire to see the truth.  In her own words …

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2 Responses to “Abortion pictures change minds in unexpected places (video)”

  1. June 21st, 2013 at 5:48 am

    Betty Tommaso says:

    The “Truth” is what we have to share. The “truth” is not politically correct in a world dominated by the Liar of all liars. During the trial of Dr. Gosnell, “the title Doctor is another Lie.” Murderer is the “true” title.
    Many within the Pro-Life effort have advised me that we cannot show the world the “Truth.” Another “Lie.”
    The “Truth” is always the path of the Word of God. God bless the future leaders who will end the Holocaust of the unborn.

  2. June 25th, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    Pro-life blog buzz 6-25-13 says:

    […] Fletcher Armstrong shares video of a Georgia Tech student who says her involvement in the pro-life movement started because of a Center for Bioethical Reform Truth Truck showing graphic abortion images. She was 12: […]

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