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39 years. 54 million…

“Pro-life” and “Pro-choice” both seem to have such a negative connotation.  I immediately think of extremists.  Why do I think of that?  Because when ever pro-lifers are shown on television, they only show the strange, extreme, and often illegal protestors of abortion.  I have a negative vibe with pro-choice people, because I completely disagree with them.  This has left me and many others in my generation sitting on the sidelines doing…nothing. Saying…nothing.

‘There is nothing we can do.’
‘I don’t want to be associated with those people.’
‘We can’t change the laws.’

Thoughts like these resonate within our minds.  I see pastors and leaders around me (that believe abortion is wrong), doing nothing on the topic.  It is almost like it is a ‘late 80s/early 90s’ topic.  We don’t see it fitting in our glossy sermon series.  We don’t want to be controversial.  We don’t know how to talk about it in a practical way. We might not even care.

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