ProLifeOnCampus at UNC Charlotte
Every day’s a great day when you’re doing God’s work. We took our ProLifeOnCampus display to UNC Charlotte (UNCC) earlier this month. A grandmother taking classes at UNCC asked our White House volunteer Kathy Hardin for some extra brochures. (Kathy is from White House in 10EC, not DC, for all you people in Rio Linda.) She said her granddaughter had gotten pregnant and considered abortion but the grandmother told her not to do it if she expected any help from her. The granddaughter is now 5 months along and keeps asking if she did the wrong thing by keeping the baby. The grandmother said, “I want some pictures to show her what the wrong thing is!” The next day the grandmother came back and asked for more brochures to show to the teens at her church, because she said everyone else pretends like none of them ever have abortions. She said she wished she could bring everyone to see the pictures.
While the GAP display was set up at the Belk Tower in the middle of campus, our Truth Trucks, “Choice” signs, and educational brochure helped us project pro-life power (the power of the pictures) far beyond the display itself. Both days during lunchtime, the Students for Life and the Hardin children (Caleb and Abigail) took four “Choice” signs and a hundreds of our “How can you compare abortion to genocide?” brochures down to the UNCC Student Center. At the same time, our Truth Truck was circling the campus. One student walked out of the Student Center, saw the signs and the trucks and the brochures and exclaimed, with a mixture of disgust and admiration, “They’re everywhere!” Which is exactly where we want to be, by God’s grace and with your help.
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