40 Days for Life Prayer Vigils Start Next Week

The semiannual 40 Days for Life prayer campaign will start next week on September 25.

40 Days for Life is an opportunity for pro-life Americans to gather outside abortion facilities to pray that abortion will end.

These are not protests or rallies. Rather, they are peaceful vigils held by people who want to pray that abortion facilities will close and abortion doctors and nurses will leave the abortion industry — and they work.

Every spring and fall we hear stories about clinics closed, babies saved, and abortionists converted to Christ in the wake of a 40 Days for Life prayer campaign.

40 Days for Life prayer vigils will be held in two locations this fall.

The first is Little Rock, outside the surgical abortion facility on Office Park Drive.

Volunteers will take turns praying on different days and at different times from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM September 25 – November 3.

There will be a delayed kick-off event on Monday, September 30, at 6:00 PM outside the abortion clinic. The guest speaker for that event will be Sue Thayer, former director of a Planned Parenthood in Iowa.

No RSVP is needed for this free outdoor event.

Go to www.40daysforlife.com/little-rock or email 40daysforlifelittlerock@gmail.com for more information.

The other 40 Days for Life event will take place in Hot Springs.

Hot Springs does not have an abortion facility, and organizers are looking for a location where pro-lifers can gather for prayer. However, they are encouraging everyone to commit to join in prayer and fasting against abortion.

For more information on 40 Days for Life in Hot Springs, email kelly@lllife.support or go to https://www.facebook.com/40daysforlifehotsprings/.

40 Days for Life Saves Baby from Abortion in Little Rock

40 Days for Life recently wrapped up its spring prayer campaign.

For 40 days each spring and fall pro-life volunteers gather outside abortion facilities worldwide to pray that abortion will end.

In March volunteers praying outside Arkansas’ only surgical abortion facility reported that at least one child had been saved from abortion while they were there.

40 Days for Life writes,

“Praise the Lord! We have a CONFIRMED baby save this morning!” said Toni in Little Rock. “Parents came out of the clinic and told the sidewalk helpers that they changed their minds.”

40 Days for Life also says that according to former abortion facility workers,
the “no-show” rate for abortion appointments can go to as high as 75% when someone prays in front of an abortion facility.

Arkansans are working successfully to end abortion one life at a time.

Help End Abortion in Arkansas

This September pro-life Arkansans will gather for peaceful prayer outside abortion facilities.

The prayer vigils are part of the 40 Days for Life campaign.

All across the country, Americans will join together praying that abortion will end.

40 Days for Life will begin in less than two months on September 26, and it will last until November 4. Volunteers will take turns praying outside abortion facilities from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM throughout the day.

Leaders are looking for churches who will each recruit enough volunteers to cover one or more days during the 40 days. Typically, a volunteer will pray for only one hour outside the abortion facility, so it takes at least 12 volunteers to cover an entire day.

These gatherings are not rallies or protests. They are peaceful assemblies for prayer and reflection — and they work.

Every year we hear stories from other states of abortion clinics shut down and abortion workers coming to Christ in the wake of a 40 Days for Life prayer campaign. We want Arkansas to be next.

This is your opportunity to help us end abortion, and all you have to do is pray.

People in central Arkansas can learn more about 40 Days for Life by contacting Toni Blackwell at 501-650-2993 or 40DaysForLifeLittleRock@gmail.com.

In Northwest Arkansas, you can learn more about 40 Days for Life by contacting Sheila Pursell at 469-231-1959 or 40DaysNWA@gmail.com.