GAP at Radford U GAP (Day 1) and Liberty U GAP (Day 3)
On Wednesday (yesterday), some of us slipped away from Lynchburg to take our Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) to Radford University. We were invited by the Radford College Republicans.
This GAP was a bit unusual because we displayed during the very first week of classes. We’ve never visited a school in August before, let alone two. We have two more scheduled for week after next.
This is important for a couple of reasons. First, we are reaching so many freshmen before they’ve even had a chance to get (or get a girlfriend) pregnant. Also, by completing 4 GAPs this early, we still have time to visit even more schools later this semester … but only if we get the funding. We depend solely on you, so please give generously; a baby’s life depends on it.
At Radford, nearly 30 pro-life students declared their support at our poll table. We hope some of them will start a Students for Life club on campus. The College Republicans were also busy, signing up at least 20 new members on Day 1. GAP is an excellent membership recruiting platform, because it gets the attention of the most serious students and lets them know they can make a huge difference in the lives of others.
Work at Liberty University continues. We’ve been joined by the Hardin Family GAP Team from White House, Tennessee, and the Hardwick Family GAP Team from Columbus, Ohio. Darius Hardwick is CBR’s Midwest Region Director. Several Liberty students have commented on earlier FAB postings.
More to come! Please keep those cards and letters coming!
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