We will not “take it down a notch!”
by Kendra Wright
Sometimes people say we would be more effective if we “just passed out brochures.” One student at East Carolina University (ECU) suggested we “take it down a notch.”
Martin Luther King and William Wilberforce were not afraid to be bold … and they didn’t conquer social injustice with informational brochures. Several at ECU realized the effectiveness of our strategy and the need for boldness.
At ECU, one man stopped and faced the truth. He exclaimed, “Wow, I had no idea this is what abortion was! They are so tiny … and that is a hand!” He would not have known if we had not showed him.
Another student claimed that the display was “”too much.“” CBR’s Jane Bullington explained the history behind using pictures and how we focus on changing minds. He said, “I see what you are doing and respect your right to do it. If this had just been a brochure handed out, you and I wouldn’t be talking.”
A gentleman who regularly walks the ECU campus and prays scripture over it was so glad we were there. He too had used abortion photos and had stood his ground when told to stop. Other Christians and pro-lifers had told him to tamp it down, and he said NO!
CBR also says NO! We will not stop giving the unborn a voice!
Kendra Wright is a CBR project director and a regular FAB contributor.
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