Ever since 40 Days for Life developed into a national — and then international — movement, beginning back in 2007, we have been blessed to see:
- More than 2,800 lives saved from abortion …
- 38 abortion workers who have experienced conversions and left the abortion industry …
- And FIVE abortion centers have gone out of business following 40 Days for Life campaigns outside their doors.
Well, we just got breaking news from Raleigh, North Carolina, that the "National Women’s Health" abortion center — where 40 Days for Life campaigns have been conducted — will no longer do abortions after this coming Saturday!
Heere’s a picture of my visit to that 40 Days for Life location — back when we had NO IDEA that abortions would be ending there:
Today’s Raleigh News & Observer newspaper confirms the story, and reports:
One of four Triangle abortion clinics will no longer do procedures after Saturday, but it’s unclear whether it will close or simply stop offering abortions.
Even as we praise God for this victory, pray that this center, which has done so much harm, completely closes and that the workers experience conversions!
North Carolina was one of the first states to ever conduct a 40 Days for Life campaign, and today’s News & Observer story shared additional encouraging news:
Abortions in North Carolina have been declining, as they have across the nation. In 2008, the latest year for available data, about 27,000 North Carolina women had abortions, according to the N.C. Center for State Health Statistics. That was down 4.6 percent from the previous year.
Your prayers and faithful efforts continue to bear great fruit!
On that note, I’ll have a big announcement for you in the coming days (I can’t tell you about it just yet) but please MARK YOUR CALENDAR for Saturday, July 10.
This is going to be big. REALLY BIG.
I’ll have more news for you soon, and I know you’ll be excited!
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