Hi, I’m Taya and I’m a GreatLife Ambassador! I’m 17, I come from a family of 5, where I’m the youngest, with two older brothers. My family supports me in all that I do, especially the activities in the pro-life movement. I’d say that I’ve always been pro-life, but slowly over time as I understood more about the movement, I became very passionate about being pro-life. About a year ago I watched the movie Unplanned, after which I realized that I couldn’t just believe in the pro-life stance, I had to be active in the movement to help make a difference. Then I got involved by starting a teen pro-life group at my church, and getting more involved recently by becoming a GreatLife Ambassador! Outside of being involved in the pro-life movement, I enjoy photography, playing soccer, and helping with the youth programs at my church.
Hi! I’m Makayla. I’m a 15 yearr old Christian going into the 10th grade. I’ve been prolife for about three years, not only because I’m adopted or a Christian but because I recognize that it is morally wrong to intentionally kill a preborn life. Out of all the other prolife organizations, I chose to apply at GreatLife because they’ve showed their dedication to building a culture of life back to America. They’ve shown to be incredibly hands on in their communities in order to make a difference. And I love that. I truly believe abortion can be abolished in our lifetime.
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“I can fulfill any desire because my mom chose life.”
24 July 2021
In 2002, I could have been found dismembered, thrown away—unknown and forgotten. I could have been passed off as a heavy period or a miscarriage. But neither of those things happened. Instead, I am blessed and loved by my friends and adopted family. I can fulfill any desire because my mother chose life.
I was adopted from ZhuZhou in the province of Hunan, China. I personally do not recall anything from my orphanage or the period where I was first bonding with my adopted family. I was about 18 months old at the time. My story is pretty much a mystery as I was left with nothing from my biological mom/family. There was no little note saying goodbye, no baby toy that I might have played with, no one to see who left me behind. I believe I was left at a police station or at some corner where the police found and rescued me.
God blessed me in more ways than one. Not only did He save me from an abortion—as many others would undergo due to China’s one-child/two-child policies—but He also provided me with a wonderful orphanage to provide for my needs. There are so many memoirs and books about how adopted children grow up with attachment struggles due to the harshness or unloving environments which is how my sister grew up. Rather, I had a place that loved and wanted to take care of me. I remember my adopted mom feeling jealous that my caretaker had such a special bond with me.
I was proud (and still am) of being adopted. It made me feel special—I had an aura of mystery around me. I never really thought too much about my biological family. I was never upset that I was adopted as I had read about some children who were. It was simply a part of me. But recently, I have begun to reflect on my adoption more. Sometimes, when I tell people, they feel sorry for me telling me how they find it awful that moms could just abandon their kids. That made me really stop and think. Sure, I sometimes felt sad as I theorized why my mom could have left me. Maybe she had me out of wedlock and simply did not want me. Maybe she wanted me, but the government or family did not. Maybe she lost me by accident. But I rarely dwelt on those thoughts.
Adoption should not be considered or equivalent to abandonment. Instead, adoption should be considered a gift-giving or a blessing from God. All mothers care for their children in some way or another. Even if they did not, adoption simply shows that God rescued that child and mother from the pains of abortion. I never thought of my adoption having a purpose. Now, however, I have been growing in the Pro-Life movement. I realized that my story could help persuade women to choose life and offer their children up for adoption. I know that I and others (who have been adopted) are a beacon to those considering putting their child up for adoption as well as others who are considering adoption. We are a beacon to those who were left in foster care or orphanages. I believe that is my purpose.
Day of Tears Incorporated is a pro-life organization with two goals that, if accomplished, will alter how our country views abortion.
The first of these goals is to make January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe Versus Wade, a day of remembrance titled the Day of Tears. This is in memory of the millions of children whose lives were taken by “doctors” in a “women’s health clinic,” or the ones who were killed through an at-home pill. Day of Tears wishes to make a national day of mourning, similar to how the country has Memorial Day.
The second goal is to have everyone lower their flags to half-staff on January 22. This is so important because it would honor the lives lost to abortion, similar to how we honor lives lost to shootings or the recent coronavirus. Secondly, a visibly lowered flag will spark conversation.
Conversation is essential to keep the pro-life movement moving forward. There are videos done by Live Action (https://www.instagram.com/tv/CRHFTkzr2KE/?utm_medium=copy_link) and Charlie Kirk (https://youtu.be/tEDgpJ8GExM) that show how just talking to someone or showing them what an abortion is can change minds. If someone sees a flag lowered, they will wonder why. Be someone who spreads awareness of this day and encourages people to lower their flags.
Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, and Louisiana have passed the Day of Tears Resolution. If you want to help the pro-life movement in a simple way, write to your state’s congressmen/congresswomen and senators, asking them to work towards a national day of remembrance.
Pro-choice feminism is inhibiting male responsibility.
27 June 2021
The Pro-Choice narrative “My body, my choice” shines the spotlight purely on the woman: the mother. This spotlight matches the new-wave feminism that many who are Pro-Choice appear to embrace. The woman is in control. She has the say. She has the right. Let no man tell her what to do. Yet, at the same time, these Pro-Choice feminists demand men to “do more than the minimum” and “take responsibility for their actions.” This double-sided narrative has done nothing more than allow for men to continue in their wayward acts or prohibit men from wanting to fulfill their responsibilities.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the father figure has changed over the course of time from sole breadwinner of the traditional family to stay-at-home dad and more. And let us be real, the man as a symbol has not always been the most righteous, godly, upstanding image—regarding the treatment of women. We have seen the abusiveness, immorality, and irresponsibility of many fathers that have pervaded society. Nevertheless, the man as a father plays a vital role in the upbringing of children, especially their sons. They serve in the roles of provider, supporter, comforter, role model, etc. A poor father figure often leaves many children to feel lost and neglected which negatively shapes their view on fatherhood affecting future generations. But instead of wanting to break this vicious cycle, the new-wave feminism and Pro-Choice agendas strengthen and continue it.
Johnathon Abbamonte, from Pop.org, cites that “73.8% of women with a history of abortion…experienced at least subtle forms of pressure to terminate their pregnancy.” The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) further states that “partner related reasons” makes up 31% of why women choose to abort (Understanding Why). If she does not abort, she will most likely account for raising one of the 18.3 million (1 out of 4) children who will be raised without a father (US Census Bureau according to Fatherhood.org). The US Census Bureau continues in their “Survey of Income and Program Participation” to state that out of all the fathers, 7 million (20.2%) will be absent (Two Extremes of Fatherhood).
NCBI, in the same article, also states that 41% of abortions occur due to financial reasons. It can be clearly seen that mother cannot solely rely on herself to provide for her child and herself. Whether society wants to call it stereotypical/sexist or not, the mother looks towards the father to offer aid. While this dependence was meant and is beautiful, sin has allowed for man to look at the woman as vulnerable and weak, easy to coerce. This is obviously not all men, but it does explain the mindset of partners or one-night stands who pressure for abortions. They recognize that the woman relies on them whether because of “love” or for support.
Thus, abortions only allow for these types of men to be able to remove responsibility from themselves and place the “problem” on the mother only. Is this really what a woman wants? Is this truly freedom? Or is this—in modern society ideology—another misogynistic, sexist ploy to oppress the female? Besides the other moral issues surrounding abortion, removing and degrading the role/responsibility of the father and fatherhood has done nothing more than to hurt women, children (boys/men regarding this topic), and society.
Society and feminism complain of the lack of men taking responsibility and action yet mocks and scorns the idea of masculinity. Starting at a young age, males are brought up hearing that they are sexist and misogynistic and unfair to women. Then they hear that they are not doing the “bare minimum” even though a few seconds before they were accused of not allowing a woman to do what a man can do. With abortion, “My body, my choice” (or any abortion argument) sends a message to men that their actions have no consequence. They are free to go around and have no care in the world for what they have done.
But this is clearly immoral and unfair. He does share a role in a woman’s pregnancy. To tell men that they have no voice because they do not have a uterus is simply ignoring the father’s role in creating the child. Yes, women definitely feel the pain and everything that entails pregnancy, but let us remember that without the man, she would never have such a situation. Society needs to stop with its double negative. If it wants to criticize the male population, call them to take responsibility and stop prohibiting men from doing so.
So now what? How can society rectify this? Break the cycle. Break the cycle of boyfriends forcing their girlfriends to have an abortion so they can escape the responsibility of raising their child. Break the cycle of fathers abandoning their families so that their boys will not grow up thinking it is ok to do the same thing. Break the cycle of society destroying the beauty and goodness of the family nucleus and the moral upbringing of children.
Fear that banning abortion will force mothers to undergo unsafe abortions and will increase those death rates is unfounded.
20 June 2021
Recently the news is all about Texas banning abortions as early as six weeks and the Mississippi case that might overturn Roe vs. Wade. These are eventful landmarks in the history of Pro-Life and Abortion in the US. Many of the Pro-Abortion & Choice community are up in arms because they believe these policies will do nothing but make abortions unsafe and hurt more women.
The Texas Heartbeat Act is not new as other states like Georgia have introduced and implemented other similar bills. However, the outcry against such legislation has been increasingly growing during this month. Angry Instagram stories of individuals and groups protesting such a bill saying that their “reproductive rights” are being violated as women do not even know they’re pregnant before 6 weeks. They claim that their basic healthcare is being taken away.
What many do not realize is that abortions have never been safe. Whether these abortions were back alley or in a surgical room of Planned Parenthood, mothers face the possibility of death, lifelong health problems, and mental and spiritual effects. There are many who will deny these things and will proudly exclaim that they felt nothing, have no regret, and are perfectly healthy after receiving an abortion procedure, but that is not the case for many other women. To use the words of Sackin “even one woman’s death from abortion before it was legal is one too many” (Sackin quoted by Washington Post), and I would add that even when abortion is legal, one woman’s death is one too many.
Many Pro-Abortionists, especially those part of Planned Parenthood and NARAL, have frequently admitted that they had exaggerated their figures regarding the number of women dying from unsafe abortions. Dr. Bernard Nathanson is repeatedly used to exemplify this point. He states that:
How many deaths were we talking about when abortion was illegal? In NARAL [the National Abortion Rights Action League], we generally emphasized the frame of the individual case, not the mass statistics, but when we spoke of the latter it was always ‘5,000 to 10,000 deaths a year.’ I confess that I knew the figures were totally false, and I suppose the others did too if they stopped to think of it. But in the ‘morality’ of our revolution, it was a useful figure, widely accepted, so why go out of our way to correct it with honest statistics? The overriding concern was to get the laws eliminated, and anything within reason that had to be done was permissible. (Nathanson quoted by EWTN)
EWTN continues by reporting that Marian Faux makes a similar claim—”An image of tens of thousands of women being maimed or killed each year by illegal abortion was so persuasive a piece of propaganda that the [pro-abortion] movement could be forgiven its failure to double-check the facts.” And finally, the same Washington Post article admits that Sackin’s calculations of “as many as 5,000 annual deaths” did not have any citations to accurately prove that they were correct (Kessler).
Why are these abortion industries lying about their figures? Why not be truthful? The fact is that these people want women to believe that without them, they [the women] would die or be hurt. In their minds, women need abortion industries so that they don’t end up like the 1800s dropping dead from pregnancies. Whether these pregnancies of the past ended in natural childbirth deaths, nasty miscarriages, or harrowing back-alley abortions, women no longer have to fear these things because legalized abortions are so much safer.
I must admit when I considered the whole legalize or not issue, I thought legalized abortions would keep women safer. After a careful examination, I realized I too had fallen into the same promise/lie that the abortion industries wanted women to believe.
1). Illegalizing abortions would actually protect women should they find that Planned Parenthood or any other organization has wronged them. They can sue them for losses. Due to legalized abortions, it is much harder to confront these groups as they do have the backing of the law. Many Pro-abortion doctors and medical professionals would simply shrug off a woman’s complaint saying along the lines of “it’s done and over” or “you chose to go through with it” or “it’s not our problem anymore.” However, with laws partially illegalizing abortions like the Texas Heartbeat Bill or, in the future, those that fully illegalize abortions, mothers or family members can properly sue such agencies and actually stand a chance in court.
2). Legalized abortions are not 100% safe as these organizations claim them to be. Many women suffer from long term affects due to surgeries or the pill. These include feeling nauseous, cramping, abdominal pain or even bleeding, damage to organs, and complications with future births (Foundations of Life). Mayo Clinic even admits that the woman may have vaginal bleeding or the risk of having to have more than one abortion should the first attempt fail.
3). Mary Steichen Calderone quoted by the Washington Post confirms that unsafe abortions are becoming safer due to many women who go to trained physicians “undercover.” The article also mentions that sulfa drugs and penicillin help keep abortions safer. Most of these drugs are already over the counter and are not deemed illegal.
In summary, abortion can be illegalized without severe repercussions for the woman. The fear that illegalizing abortions will force the mothers to undergo unsafe abortions and will increase those death rates is unfounded. Because of the rise of modern medicine that can be purchased over counter, performing an illegal abortion or, at least, one not sanctioned by tax dollars would still be possible and have the same amount of safety as legalized abortions. Abortion should be illegal. Even though abortions would still occur illegally, as both sides know, it would still prevent the murder of millions. Do not be tricked by pro-choicers saying everyone who wanted an abortion would go through with it and do so in a way that would cost the mother’s life as well.
A response and examination of a spontaneous pro-choice speech.
12 June 2021
Debunking Paxton Smith’s Valedictorian Speech
Paxton Smith, a teenager and valedictorian, just graduated from Lake Highlands High in Dallas Texas. She finished at the top of her class. At graduation she was to speak about media, however, she decided to speak about something she deems an injustice. She finds Texas’ new laws in regards to abortion wrong. In summary, these rules make it difficult to murder your child. Once the heartbeat can be detected, the abortion is illegal (a great win for the pro-life movement and for the unborn).
She and her speech have received great congratulations, with most of the comments on her Instagram posts calling her a queen and saying she is an inspiration. I do agree that she is an inspiration in one way: she spoke out against what she believes is wrong. It takes a lot of courage to do, and I respect her for it. However, I disagree with her speech and view on abortion.
Let’s take a look at her speech:
“Starting in September, there will be a ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, regardless of whether the pregnancy was a result of rape or incest.”
If a child is conceived through these morally wrong ways, it does not change the value of its life. A human with a criminal father is just as good as a human with a non criminal father. Adding to this, as we pro-lifers know, abortion is not good for women. It causes a lot of trouble for them- emotionally and physically. The trauma of rape combined with the trauma of being responsible for your child’s death would be a huge stress on the mother.
“Six weeks. That’s all women get. And so before they realize, most of them don’t realize that they’re pregnant by six weeks, so before they have a chance to decide if they are emotionally, physically, and financially stable enough to carry out a full term pregnancy, before they have the chance to decide if they can take on the responsibility of bringing another human being into the world, that decision is made for them by a stranger. A decision that will affect the rest of their lives is made by a stranger.”
First of all, she brings up being financially unstable to carry a baby. There are so many organizations that would help with this. Knights of Columbus, for example, raises money to fund sonograms for women. There are also a lot of groups that will advertise “help mom ‘k’ choose life” and collect money to help pay the mother’s bills. There are pregnancy resource centers that will also happily help. If you plan to put the child up for adoption, you can make arrangements with whoever wants to adopt it and have them pay for your medical bills.
Second, how emotionally or physically ready you are is probably not something you’ll know during your pregnancy. It’s expected that you have a lot of emotional ups and downs. Your emotional stability, however, does not change the fact that there is a living human inside of you. Once you are pregnant, to put it frankly like Ben Shapiro, “Facts don’t care about your feelings.” The fact is that you are with child. You may feel stressed out, and rightfully so, but that does not justify killing a human.
Third, she says “that decision is made for them by a stranger.” Did you know strangers also decided to make murdering a born person a crime? I don’t know who it was exactly that made the rule saying I can’t kill someone purposely on my way home from school and go unpunished, but I’m not upset about that. Sometimes strangers use logic and make good laws with it.
“I have dreams and hopes and ambitions. Every girl graduating today does, and we have spent our entire lives working towards our future, and without our input and without our consent our control over that future has been stripped away from us. I am terrified that if my contraceptives fail, I am terrified that if I am raped, then my hopes and aspirations and dreams and efforts for my future will no longer matter.”
A child does not ruin your dreams, hopes, or ambitions. It may alter them a little, but it won’t make all of your hard work worthless. Even if your goal in life is to be a single, successful businesswoman, you can still be that. You can keep your child and achieve all of your goals, or you can put it up for adoption and make a family very happy.
Your control over the future should not require ending someone’s life. Imagine if you killed the person that gets on your nerves, just to make your life easier. That wouldn’t be right, morally or lawfully.
It is so anti-woman to believe a child ruins ambitions. Women are amazing, right? Everyone should agree with this. So, because a woman has children, she can’t be successful? That doesn’t make sense. Aren’t working moms one of feminism’s highly honored positions?
“I hope you can feel how dehumanizing it is to have the autonomy over your own body taken away from you.”
I hope one day Paxton’s eyes are opened to how dehumanizing abortion is. After all, abortion (along with other massive injustices in history) dehumanizes living people. A fetus is a developing human like you and I, just much smaller, yet pro-choicers love to call them “clumps of cells.”
Your control over your body should be just that- not control over the life inside of it. The other body is the one without control. While it is so small, it can be murdered. That isn’t letting it govern its own body, which is the whole concept of autonomy.
Let’s talk about bodily autonomy. There are rights you should have in regards to your body. Some of these include getting piercings, tattoos, and deciding what you eat. It is all about having control over yourself. What pro-choicers miss is that there is another person in the picture. The law generally agrees that your rights end where another person’s rights begin.
If it was her body, it would be her being aborted. She would have 20 digits (not 20 fingers as someone recently pointed out to me, saying thumbs are digits but not fingers), 20 toes, four arms, two brains, two hearts, and so on. Half of the time, she would have to be two separate genders at the same time. She would also have two different sets of DNA. There is so much proof the fetus/embryo is not its mother’s body.
Lastly, abortion betrays women and women deserve better.
You may have heard the phrase, “I’m personally pro-life, but I don’t want to make that decision for somebody else.” Let’s talk about that stance.
5 June 2021
As we all know, abortion is one of the most controversial human rights issues of our time. We meet many people who are strictly pro-life or pro-choice. But what about the people on the fence? Have you ever talked to someone who is ‘personally pro-life’? You may have heard the phrase, “I’m personally pro-life, but I don’t want to make that decision for somebody else”.
According to a 2015 poll, 39% of the American public don’t pick a side when it comes to abortion. This position is extremely dangerous. Either the pre-born are human people deserving of life, or they’re just a blob of tissue that can be simply removed at the mother’s whim. Science shows that human life begins at conception, and there is no other scientific data that supports the idea that life begins at any other time. In fact, 96% of liberal, pro-choice, and non-religious scientists agree that human life begins at conception.
Even if you are ‘personally against abortion’, to be pro-choice about abortion is to be pro abortion. The only good reason for being ‘personally’ against abortion is that you know that the preborn is a human person, which gives you a moral obligation to preserve his life. This is the only good reason for being against abortion, and it demands that we stand against those who choose to have an abortion for themselves.
There is no ‘even ground’ for this debate. How can we say that someone is free to believe abortion is murder, but should not act as if that is true and stand up to save lives? It’s simple – you are either pro-abortion or anti-abortion. Speak for yourself, but I am against killing innocent people, no matter their age.
A post by Live Action speaks on the personally prolife stance perfectly:
In summary, it is impossible to be ‘personally pro-life’ and not take a stand against abortion.
Read about my experience and what I would do differently!
10 April 2021
I have always been pro life, but only recently I realized I needed to be involved. This year, I thought going to the March for Life in Washington, D.C. would be perfect. I could do school online that week when I was not participating. The March for Life ended up being largely cancelled, with only a few people permitted to go.
One day I was asking my family for article ideas. My mom suggested interviewing someone who protested outside of an abortion clinic.
About a week later, she showed me something in our church bulletin. It was an advertisement for a 40 Days for Life protest outside of a local clinic. She shared this with me to contact the person whose email was in the information to interview, as she had suggested earlier. I asked if I could go to the event. She originally said no, but thankfully changed her mind over my spring break.
I decided to make a sign, because I was inspired by Amanda Catey’s reel on GreatLifes’s Instagram, and also because I did not know some places provided signs for you.
Making My Sign
I bought a poster-board from Target. I definitely do not recommend using a simple poster board as your sign, especially if it is windy outside. Instead, I suggest using a piece of cardboard.
The words I chose to use for my sign were “glad you were born.” These words fit on a sign very well because they were all short. My brother measured the poster to make precise, equal-sized letters.
I penciled in the words.
I painted over the words in black, doing multiple layers (after putting magazine pages under to not get paint on the floor).
I filled in the white space with pink paint.
At the event, it got uncomfortable holding my sign for an hour. One intelligent person used clips and string to make their poster be able to hang around themself.
The Actual Event
When my mother and I arrived, we saw a single person outside the clinic. It was funny. I expected a small crowd of maybe 20 people, but it was just my mom, a nice woman, and myself. We got to know the woman. She told us the history of the place we were protesting outside of.
The woman also told us some about the doctors. The main one was adopted, her father also working there. She was given life through adoption, and now prevents other unwanted children from being put up for adoption.
The doctors there both did abortions and births. A lot of people giving them business were not aware that murder was commited in the same place they went for actual health care.
They had also refused to allow health inspectors in. I would expect something like that from Planned Parenthood, but maybe all abortion places are that supsicious.
People drove by, sometimes giving happy honks of support, while others had the audacity to flip us off.
As the time passed, a few more people trickled to the sidewalk with us. Everyone protesting was very kind. It seemed like everyone had something to recommend, like watching “Unplanned” or looking into the Radiance Foundation.
When it was time to leave, I was grateful to leave the cold, but had had so much fun. I definitely think you should try going to some sort of rally for life. Make sure you are prepared- with a sturdy sign, any informative packets you want to give out if you plan on interacting with women planning abortions, and dressed for the weather. I am looking forward to my next pro life rally!
One thing I am always asked and wonder myself is, “How do I get involved in the pro-life movement?” Once you realize the truth about abortion and know you need to do something,you may be confused on what to do next. I felt the same way, but now I work in the pro-life movement, so I promise there is a place for you. Here is how I got involved in the pro-life movement and how you can too!
1. Education: Educate first yourself then others on abortion. This may seem boring and/or something you have always done, but keep doing it. I educated myself by following pro-life Instagram accounts and reading the graphics they post, watching pro-life apologetic YouTube videos, signing up for Students for Life HQ ( https://www.studentsforlifehq.com ), learning pro-choice arguments through discussions and looking at pro-choice content, following pro-life TikTok accounts, and searching on Google ‘when does life begin’ or ‘pro-life apologetics’ and reading what comes up. Start simple, but challenge yourself so you are always learning!
Start to discuss with others. Talk to pro-choice friends, share pro-life content on social media, have practice conversations with pro-life friends, or head to the comments of pro-life and pro-choice posts and respectfully have a conversation with them! Find ways to engage with others to continue educating yourself and others about abortion!
2. Pick an event: I would recommend picking one local pro-life event to attend next. This is the best way to meet others, learn about your local pro-life movement, take the first step to get involved in the pro-life movement, and show your community that you are pro-life. Some ideas of events are:
Sign up for 40 Days for Life
Attend a local pro-life march
Contact your legislators about pro-life issues
Look for events hosted by your local pro-life organization
Attend GreatLife Teens, Students for Life, Live Action, etc. events
3. Praying Outside of Local Abortion Facilities: During the spring and fall, 40 Days for Life puts on a prayer vigil outside of your local abortion facility. Go to https://www.40daysforlife.com/ to find your local prayer vigil and how you can get involved! During the rest of the year, you can still go outside of your local abortion facility to pray! Make sure you stay on public property, but otherwise you can just bring a chair out and pray for as long as you would like any time of the year! Prayer is a powerful tool and can help save lives!
4. Volunteer at your Local Pregnancy Resource Center: Go to https://crisispregnancycentermap.com/ to find your local Pregnancy Resource Center. Send them an email or call and ask to volunteer! If you are under 18, make sure you clarify this because the rules for volunteering may be different. Just tell them who you are, what you want to do (volunteer by helping in any way possible), and why you want to do it! Hopefully, they should give you more information on how to volunteer!
5. Starting a Students for Life Club: Starting a pro-life club at your school is a great way to get involved and will connect you to other people and events! Students for Life has a great program to help you get started, but there are many other great organizations through which you can start a pro-life club at your schoo! Email (yourstate)@studentsforlife.com to get connected to your Regional Coordinator who can help you start your club (ex: email@example.com )! Once you have decided you want to start a club, reach out to GreatLife so we can also help you and promote your club!
Getting involved can seem scary or intimidating at first. It may feel like there are too many options or that none of the options excite you. Whatever your case is, we can help you at GreatLife! Send us an email or DM us on Instagram and we will help you personally find the best way to get involved! Getting involved in the pro-life movement is so much fun and so worth it. You will meet so many amazing people and do super fun things. Joe Scheidler, a pro-life activist, said to participate in something pro-life each day, so today find one pro-life thing to do and tomorrow find another. Before you know it, you will have made a huge impact by doing one pro-life thing a day.