Roe v. Wade the Movie: Free Showings & Complementary Snacks
- Is Roe v Wade a Christian movie? It’s not a strictly religious, faith-based movie, but it stresses themes of protecting the unborn, honesty, redemption, and justice.
- Is the movie appropriate for children? Due to the realistic depiction of abortion in the 1970s, we advise caution regarding younger viewers and would suggest a minimum age of 16 (depending on the maturity of the individual).
This will be a great evening to connect with like minded people, fellowship, and an excellent educational opportunity. We hope that you will invite friends, Church members, and family.
Please email us at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Thursday, April 30th:
Join Covenant Care for an Evening Night Out benefiting Covenant Care Services, a state-wide Christian adoption ministry based in middle Georgia.
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It’s that time again! Time for MaconBacon. SAVE THE DATE. More information to come!
Location: The Kolbe Center
Date/Time: May 28, 2021
Does your pro-life organization or Church have an upcoming event we can share with the community? Email us at: MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com
Regular Prayer Meetings are held each Monday morning from 7am-8am at the Kolbe Center.
Please contact Ann Beall, firstname.lastname@example.org, of the Kolbe Center these times of prayer are open to the whole community. Contact Ann Beall for more details (email@example.com or 478-257-4425)
GET YOUR “MACON SAYS NO” POSTERS AT THE KOLBE CENTER: There are yard signs available at The Kolbe Center as well as new Blue decals that say, “Macon Says YES to Life” to go over your sign.
Note: Sidewalk Advocates Training coming soon. Be sure to subscribe to our blog for updates of upcoming events and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter.
Pillars of Personhood coming to Middle Georgia
Our last training event was in January 2020. Ask us how we can help bring this excellent training to your Church, Sunday School, Small Group, or Educational Group. MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Pillars of Personhood is Georgia Right to Life’s premier pro-life training program that educates people on topics including the sanctity of human life, how to defend the pro-life position, and how to go out into the community to engage others on the issues. These pillars include: Bioethics, Theology, Education, Legislation, Political Action, and Philosophy. This is a FREE community event and we strongly encourage you to invite your Sunday School classes, family, bring your teen students, and others to this wonderful educational opportunity. Free lunch is provided, please let us know you plan hosting an event at your Church, School, or Community grounp by emailing us at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com
Email: April Fry at email@example.com or Jennifer at MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com
What is Personhood?
Personhood is the cultural and legal recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of human beings. When the term “person” is applied to a particular class of human beings, it is an affirmation of their individual rights. In other words, to be a person is to be protected by a series of God-given and constitutionally affirmed rights such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
When Personhood is implemented it acts to end abortion, doctor prescribed suicide, human embryonic stem cell research, cloning, euthanasia, sex trafficking, and other assaults on the sanctity of human life.
Please email us today to sign up for the next Pillars of Personhood training at: MaconStandsForLife@gmail.com.
The Pillars of Personhood: Theology, Bioethics, Education, Legislation, Political Action, & Philosophy