Pro-Life Collegians president thanks you!
We brought GAP to the University of Tennessee Knoxville (UTK thanks to the fantastic Pro-Life Collegians at UTK. Here is a letter from Adam Lovejoy, Pro-Life Collegians Co-President:
Thank you both for encouraging me to help bring GAP to campus. From the very beginning I was supportive of GAP, but lacked the courage to go through with the process. I was not as helpful as I could have been at the very beginning because of that lack of courage, and it wasn’t until the Lord laid it upon my heart during a prayer at a Christian ministry on campus did I truly hear God speak to me and say, “Why aren’t you doing more for my children?” (referring to the babies)
I have never felt more convicted in my life and I prayed to the Lord in my truck while driving home, and I knew that He would direct my path as long as I had faith and did what I was called to do. Door after door was opened up.
Again, on Wednesday and Thursday morning, I had that lack of courage and allowed the devil to make me nervous and anxious about GAP’s demonstration. But once they were displayed and I saw how many people had come to stand up against abortion, I had faith and I was so very blessed to be a part of what GAP did for UTK. I know that with the lovingkindness we showed to both the protesters and the casual passersby, the Lord has planted a seed in every one of their hearts that will, in due timeand according to His will, bring forth many people to our cause. I look forward to seeing you all on campus again with Choice Chains and with GAP in the near future. As long as I am at UTK, I will be honored to sponsor GAP to come to campus. We’ll be in touch! Thank you both from the bottom of my heart.
Adam thinks he is thanking us, but really he is thanking you, because without your financial permission, we have no way to help Adam. Please let us go back to UTK. We can do it only with your help. The more you help, the more schools we can visit and the more lives will be saved. So please click here and do all you can.
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