SIDEWALK CHRONICLES: The Price of Just ONE Life.

KEEPLIFELEGALWhile on the sidewalk today, the mowers came, as they usually do on Tuesdays. During their time there, the mower kicked up a bit of paper – part of a money order receipt for an abortion.

Not too long after that is when the death truck comes. Red tubs of aborted, dead children are hauled away every week. They are broken, forgotten, trash – a byproduct of ‘choice’.

And in the midst of it all, a young woman chose LIFE.

As we stand on a cold, damp sidewalk, offering real options to real women in crisis, we stand united with a perfect Gospel and a hopeful heart. We know that there are more receipts than conversions, but we pray and pray and PRAY some more. And eveKEEPLIFELEGALn just as important, we continue to show up. God doesn’t give up on us, so why should we give up on the lost and hurting?

A young mom that helps us on Tuesdays asked me what I do after I leave the sidewalk. I told her that I walk it off.  After a while, I thought about why she would want to know that. Seeing mostly ‘receipts’ every day, it takes its toll on each of us. But whatever we deal with is NOTHING compared to a human being dying for the crime of being UNPLANNED.

The price of just one life is now a torn bit of paper thrown to the ground like trash, just as their unborn child was. It’s hard to know that just a few hundred dollars stands between life and death.


EXPOSING THE ABORTION AGENDA FROM THE PULPIT, ON THE SIDEWALK & IN THE STATEHOUSE. KeepLifeLegal advocates for unborn life on the sidewalks of abortion facilities, the steps of the Statehouse, and the Church with prayer, community outreach, and real LIFE supporting options. 

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