Gems at Middle Tennessee State University
Here are just a sampling of encouraging encounters at our Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) at Middle Tennessee State.
Genocide close to home. Vanessa’s uncle was a Tutsi victim of the Hutu genocide. She was deeply moved by the comparison between abortion and Rwandan genocide.
Grace from God. Jami, an administrative assistant with Raiders for Christ, was quite emotional. “Thank you for this. When I was 17, I got pregnant and the doctor wouldn’t give me prenatal vitamins because ‘I should not have this baby.’ I married the dad and we have a 26-year old named Grace. She was the Grace we needed. God’s plan is always best, even when it is hard.” Stop the genocide of Harambe
Changed minds and grateful hearts. We got reactions from many passersby at MTSU:
- This really changes my perspective.
- That is so great! Can I pray with you?
- I’ve changed my mind.
- I didn’t know they had body parts this early. Thank you.
- I once stopped a friend from aborting.
- Students need to see this. Life has adult consequences. This is murder and I am glad you are here.
More grateful hearts. We are grateful for you. You make our work possible through your sacrificial giving. May God bless you as he has blessed us in this work.
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