When we arrived at the 40 Days for Life prayer vigil in Little Rock for our 1 to 2 p.m. timeslot, we didn’t know exactly what to expect. At that time, one other person was there praying—we were his replacement. We signed our names in a book signifying that we showed up, and began to find our places.
Yesterday, 40 Days for Life kicked off in Little Rock and Fayetteville. This morning, I received the following email from Shawn Carney, one of the national directors for 40 Days for Life:
The people who arrived for the 40 Days for Life kickoff event outside the abortion center in Fayetteville got a bit of a surprise — a brand-new sprinkler system, with the sprinkler heads pointed directly at the prayer volunteers.
“The owner of the business complex turned the sprinklers on as soon as we set up all our equipment,” said Tiffany in Fayetteville. “And they kept the sprinklers on for two hours.”