Soldotna pro-lifers prep for 40-day public vigil


    Pro-life residents on the Kenai Peninsula will hold a planning meeting for the upcoming 40-Days for Life public prayer campaign.

    Organizers will meet Feb. 13 at Ammo Can Coffeehouse in Soldotna. The event, which is open to all pro-life supporters, will begin at 11 a.m. with a viewing of the movie “Unplanned.” At 1 p.m. the group will break for lunch and attendees are encouraged to bring buffet food to share. Following lunch, participants will hear a presentation on current Alaska legislation, court rulings and a short video on abortion procedures.

    The event concludes with instruction on pro-life sidewalk ministry and an opportunity to sign up for onsite ministry at the local Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. The day of planning and strategy will end shortly after 3 p.m.

    The actual 40-Days for Life event runs from Feb. 17 to March 28. It is part of an international movement that mobilizes peaceful pro-life advocates from around the world to pray outside abortion clinics in hundreds of cities. The vigil consists of holding signs, prayer and sidewalk ministry as needed. Participants sign up for an hour or more as schedules permit throughout the 40-day period.

    For more information about the Kenai event, click here or call Rebecca Hinsberger at (907) 252-9253.

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    Joel Davidson
    Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.

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    1. Awareness, Education & Participation in just Humanity is now critical in the Globalist’s ” AI , Reset & Cancel Culture movements now taking place ! Thank you Peninsula Citizens stand up for LIFE!

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