Persuasively Communicating the Pro-Life Message
You should check out what James MacDonald of Harvest Bible Chapel in Arlington Heights had to say the weekend before the election. In a nutshell, he told everybody to keep their OPINIONS to themselves
Dear LTI:I've been involved in this cause ever since SK came to KU and gave his life changing talk to a small group of students. But being "involved" has obviously not been enough. I want to be active, but I also have a full-time job, a wife, and a son on the way. I also have some work at my Church. How can I maximize my efforts and make the best of the little time I have to save lives? We all have the obligation to do something about this, and the more I get on Facebook, or Youtube and see, read and hear what people think about this (I'm against it, but it should be legal; it's a matter of free will; I don't like it, but I don't oppose it... etc) the more I see myself screaming to them the truth. I'm sure all the ones who read your blog, LTI, and can't be full-time pro-life apologists would like to know how to see more results out of our efforts.Thank you, and God Bless.
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