Baby Saved From Abortion In Little Rock

On Wednesday 40 Days for Life in Little Rock reported that a baby was saved from abortion.

Toni — the coordinator for 40 Days for Life’s pro-life prayer vigils in Little Rock — wrote,

Great news!

A young couple stopped today after coming out of their appointment at Planned Parenthood. They wanted to know more about getting a free ultrasound. The mom said she prayed this morning for God to give her a sign that He would provide for the needs of this baby. A couple of ladies from Cathedral of St Andrew out there praying with a “Free Ultrasound” sign were used by God to answer this mom’s prayer!

Pray for this couple as they begin the journey into parenthood.

God can use you too, so if you haven’t already done so, sign up for your time on the sidewalk at 

Something as simple as praying outside an abortion facility can make a huge difference.

You can learn more about the 40 Days for Life vigils in Little Rock by going to

You can learn more about the 40 Days for Life vigils in Rogers by going to

Pro-Abortion Groups Plan to March in Arkansas This Saturday — But Pro-Lifers Are Gathering Too

Above: Pro-life events like the annual Life Chain have taken place in Arkansas for more than 30 years.

On Saturday, October 2, pro-abortion groups plan to “march for reproductive freedom” in five different cities across Arkansas:

  • Little Rock
  • Fayetteville
  • Jonesboro
  • Fort Smith
  • Mountain Home

The events are being promoted by groups such as the Arkansas Abortion Support Network and the Arkansas Coalition for Reproductive Justice.

Even though pro-abortion groups are planning events in Arkansas this weekend, pro-lifers are gathering too.

From now through October 31, prayer meetings are taking place daily outside the Planned Parenthood’s facilities in Little Rock and Rogers as part of the nationwide 40 Days for Life. Any pro-life Arkansan can take part in these prayer vigils.

Pro-lifers also will gather for Life Chain events across the state this Sunday.

These are locally organized events where pro-lifers gather to publicly support the right to life in their communities.

Life Chain events currently are scheduled in Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Rogers, among other places.

Ozark Right to Life is hosting the Life Chain on Sunday, October 3, at 2:00 p.m. in front of Planned Parenthood at 1222 W. Poplar Street in Rogers.

Again, the Life Chain events are family-friendly gatherings, and they are open to all pro-lifers in Arkansas.