Sign the petition. Spread the word. End abortion.
We are calling for 1 million people to petition the Supreme Court to end abortion. Since 1973, over 60 million babies have been killed by abortion. It’s time for justice to roll down like mighty waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. It’s time for the Supreme Court to hear the case of 3,500 babies a day that are killed legally in our nation.
In 2004, with 70 young people I stood in front of the Supreme Court with red tape over my mouth that said “LIFE”. We stood in silence asking God to hear the cries of these little ones and have mercy on our nation. A couple came out of the courtroom and told us they had just met with Justice Scalia. He told them, “I am against abortion. I want to end it! But where is the moral outcry over abortion?”
As a nation, we are at crossroads. God has set before us life and death. Will we choose life in order that we may live? Or will we continue to kill the next generation? Help us tell the Supreme Court that Americans are against abortion and we want the law changed.
On October 9, during a gathering of hundreds of thousands of Christian pro-life women on the National Mall, the petition will be presented to the nation as a witness of the moral outcry rising up. Women are being charged to be messengers—to sign, stand, and share. In 2018, with God’s help, we will present over one million signatures to the Supreme Court.
So far, over 50,000 people have signed the petition. Would you sign the petition and share it with everyone you know? This petition will pave the way with a social outcry to set the stage for a case that will challenge the foundations of Roe v. Wade. There are moments in history when we must become the hinge of history to see society transformed. Will you be the Moral Outcry?
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