Pro-Life Prayer Vigils Scheduled for Little Rock, Rogers

Beginning three weeks from now, pro-lifers will launch prayer vigils outside Planned Parenthood facilities in Little Rock and Rogers.

The vigils will kick off on September 22 as part of the global 40 Days for Life prayer campaigns.

Pro-lifers will take turns praying on different days and at different times from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM daily outside abortion facilities from September 22 through October 31.

40 Days for Life is not a rally or protest. It’s a peaceful assembly for prayer and reflection — and it works.

Every year we hear stories babies saved, abortion clinics shut down, and abortion workers coming to Christ in the wake of a 40 Days for Life prayer campaign.

In the past, 40 Days for Life has said that the “no-show” rate for abortion appointments can go to as high as 75% when someone prays in front of an abortion facility.

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 40daysforlife.com/en/littlerock.

You can learn more about the 40 Days for Life vigils in Rogers by going to 40daysforlife.com/en/rogers.

Come to a Baby Shower This Saturday for Child Saved From Abortion

The following is an announcement from our friends at 40 Days for Life in Little Rock:

The Little Rock group of 40 Days for Life is hosting a baby shower on April 24 for one of the moms who chose life at our vigil this past fall.  Here’s the details! 

We will be outside of the Arkansas Pregnancy Resource Center (#2 Office Park Drive, Little Rock, AR 72211) from 2:30pm-3:30pm.  I will bring a canopy in case of wet weather.

The baby is a girl, so little girl clothes as well as diapers and wipes or gift cards would be most helpful.  

This will be a ‘drop-in/drive-by’ shower, not the ‘stay and play games’ type.  

Let’s have a great time blessing this mom and her little one!

Pro-Lifers in Little Rock Help Save Child from Abortion

This is the pro-life mobile unit that offers free services to women with unplanned pregnancies.

Recently we wrote how 40 Days for Life in Little Rock has helped save the lives of unborn children this year.

On Monday our friends at 40 Days for Life told the story about one of the children that was saved.

40 Days for Life writes,

Little Rock, Arkansas

Two local pregnancy centers joined forces to place a mobile ultrasound in front of Little Rock’s Planned Parenthood facility.

That came in handy when 40 Days for Life volunteers persuaded a young, abortion-bound mom to have a free ultrasound.

“Sure,” she said. “I’m usually running late, but today, I’m early.”

When a vigil participant asked the mom whether she was excited, the frightened mother began to cry because she was terrified to break the news of her pregnancy to her mother.

“The ultrasound showed an amazing eight-week baby,” said campaign co-leader Toni. “She didn’t even bother keeping her appointment at Planned Parenthood.” The expectant mother went home thankful for the support and encouragement and said she felt that the presence of vigil participants was a sign to keep her baby.

40 Days for Life is one of the most powerful pro-life movements in the country.

It isn’t a rally or protest. It’s a peaceful assembly for prayer and reflection — and it really works.

Every year we hear testimonies of lives saved in the wake of a 40 Days for Life prayer campaign.

Praying outside an abortion clinic may not sound like much, but for an unborn child it can literally mean the difference between life and death.