Prolife prayer vigils are often dominated by the presence of dedicated and deeply committed women sharing hope and alternatives with mothers who feel trapped into no other option having their unborn babies killed at an abortion center. With acts of violence,
Editor’s note: The following message was sent out to pro-life advocates by the organizers of this year’s 40-Days for Life prayer vigil in Anchorage. Our fall vigil begins! We want to have two or more of us praying outside Planned Parenthood from 7
Pro-life organizers are seeking to mobilize an army of advocates who will pledge to pray and provide a public witness for unborn Alaskans. The upcoming 40-Days for Life prayer vigil is set to run Sept. 28 to Nov. 6. It is part of a massive and growing
The 40-Days for Life prayer campaign has become one of the most peaceful and effective ways of shutting down abortion clinics and converting people to defend and protect the life of the unborn. Fairbanks residents are now being asked to join the 40-day global
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
The annual spring 40-Days for Life prayer vigil, which was under way in more than 500 cities around the world was suspended on Sunday due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Each spring and fall, pro-life advocates from across the globe gather
Alaskans from all walks of life are continuing to gather outside of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in Anchorage and Soldotna to peacefully pray for unborn babies and to help mothers choose life. The prayer vigils, which run through April 5, are part
The following list of upcoming events is provided to help Alaskans make a positive difference for life, family and faith in Alaska. NATIONAL SPEAKERS SET FOR ALASKA FAMILY COUNCIL FUNDRAISERS “Contending for the Faith” is the title of two upcoming
The following roundup of news briefs and upcoming events are aimed at helping Alaskans engage the wider culture as we seek the common good. PRO-LIFE ANCHORAGE PREGNANCY CENTER TO HOLD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER Each year Anchorage’s Community Pregnancy Center serves
Roughly 50 pro-life advocates braved cool fall temperatures outside the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Anchorage on Sept. 25 for the start of a 40-day campaign of prayer and fasting for an end to abortion in Alaska. The event was one of more than 500
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