Protect Life

Not in D.C. today?  Not everyone who wants to be at The March for Life is.  Certainly Washington has become the place to be on January 22, but it’s not the only place we can make an impact for Life.

• Republican Women acknowledge God as the Creator of all life. We pray for our leaders, our country and each other. Today we pray for those traveling to and from D.C., those who are facing difficult pregnancies, and the counselors who work with them. We pray the hearts of the abortionists are turned.

• Wear a precious feet pin. The pins are exact models of the feet of a 10 week pre-born baby. SUNACRW has these pins with a developmental timeline available in English or Spanish for $1 each. Ask one of our members or email us to get yours today.


• Place a pro-life bumper sticker on your vehicle. In campaigns a bumper sticker is considered the equivalent of $50 of advertising. Think of all the people who will see our cars this year. How much is that worth? How many might we impact?

• Our local pregnancy care centers need the financial support, maternity and baby items to supply the needs of those who choose life. They also need volunteers to keep the centers running. There’s a way for each of us to help no matter our personality, expertise or personal resources. Two centers operate in the SUN counties: Pregnancy Care Center of Shamokin and Expectations Women’s Center in Lewisburg. Contact one today.

• Support Pro-Life candidates. This year Pennsylvania is faced with a gubernatorial race that pits pro-life Republicans against radical pro-abortion Democrats. Use your time and resources to help pro-life candidates win statewide and national races in 2014. (There’s no pro-life candidate? Recruit a like-minded person or consider running yourself.)

• Educate yourself and others. Websites like and the 180 documentary provide valuable information to help us be proactive in all areas of our lives.  Learn to defend your pro-life views in 5 minutes or less.

1. Write letters to the editor
2. Call in to talk shows
3. Talk to your friends and family
4. Share printed information

• Contact our elected officials at local,  state and national levels. If they are opposed to abortion, thank them for standing for life. If they promote abortion in public policy and law, tell them you disagree and why.

1. Visit their local offices
2. Attend their public events
3. Call their offices
4. Email them
5. Lobby them on Twitter
6. Comment on their Facebook page

S.1670, The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, passed the U.S. House in 2013 and is gathering sponsors in the U.S. Senate.  Please thank Sen. Pat Toomey for his support.   Appeal to Sen. Casey to join the list of senators supporting life.

“More than a decade ago, a Supreme Court decision literally wiped off the books of fifty states statutes protecting the rights of unborn children. Abortion on demand now takes the lives of up to 1.5 million unborn children a year. Human life legislation ending this tragedy will some day pass the Congress, and you and I must never rest until it does. Unless and until it can be proven that the unborn child is not a living entity, then its right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness must be protected.”
― President Ronald Reagan

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