“Please tell me what this means!”
by Kendra Wright
When we showed abortion victim photos at Georgia Southern University, students wanted to know more.
One student cried out, “Please, somebody, tell me what this is all about!” That is exactly what we want them to ask. The pictures create opportunities to bring life-saving information to students who know very little about abortion.
Another student exclaimed, “I don’t know how abortions are done. Please tell me!”
Yet another wanted more information about the local pro-life pregnancy help center.
A biology student told us that she knew the facts about the preborn. She said, “While this is hard to see, I am glad you are here. People need to see and people need to know what the word means.”
That’s why you sent us … to give life-saving information to the people who need it most. Please consider a generous investment in the lives of babies and moms.
Kendra Wright is a CBR project director and a regular FAB contributor.
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