A Voice for the Voiceless

There are 857,475 people who will not be graduating this year.  Why?  Because those children were aborted.  Killed before they even had a voice.  Killed before they could even cry.


People stand for cancer.  People call you heartless if you don’t re-pin a picture of a cancer patient.  I call you heartless if you do not stand for the unborn.  If you do not stand for what you believe in.

How many of you are pro-lifers?  How many of those pro-lifers went to stand at their capitols with other pro-lifers?  How many of you joined in that silent march for those silent children?


Today, my family and I went to stand for what we believe in.  We went to be a voice for the voiceless.

How many of you shudder when you think of what Hitler did in the Holocaust?  How many of you hurt for those Jews?  Today, right now!  We Americans are in a modern-day Holocaust.  We are mercilessly killing unborn children.  For what?  Because we don’t want them?

I will walk alone…If I have too.

Please!  Pray for repentance of our Nation!  Pray that the hearts of the mothers might be turned toward their children.  This week, I hope you joined fellow pro-lifers in standing for what you believe in…for it is only the cowards that stay away.

That wasn’t all that we did (or are doing) today.  Today is Rose’s birthday!  So go wish her happy birthday for me on our blog here.  We also met up with our “cousins” at the March for Life.

Selfie time! Left to right: Me, Miranda, Jaclynn, and Mandalynn

Jaclynn, Mandalynn, and Miranda are some of the most special people in my life.  Go check out their blogs and follow, for my sake if nothing else.  These girls inspire me to serve God to my fullest every time I see them. They are more amazing than I am ❤

Trying to get that dome in!

Remember, we are to be a voice for the voiceless.

Of course, cousin Peter wants a selfie with this famous blogger 😉


23 thoughts on “A Voice for the Voiceless

  1. Sam B says:

    My family has gone to the Walk for Life in our state many times… it’s a wonderful thing to do! Thank you for reminding me to pray, I can always use that!
    And no more saying you can’t write serious posts! 😉

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  2. (HorseLover4Ever) Elizabeth says:

    My family and I went to a March For Life in Chicago last week, and we also do a Hike for Life each spring…but like one speaker at the March said, we need to do more than just come out to the hike that one day and then forget about it for the rest of the year! Abortion is, in my mind, one of the most horrible things ever–killing God’s precious babies. And amen! May we all be the loudest we can be, a voice for the voiceless!!

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  4. Amanda Davis says:

    I loved your post! So true! Last year we went to a Walk For Life, but it wasn’t at the capitol. I’ve never heard of it being there before. I’m going to check it out! Was it nationwide? If it was……I feel kinda guilty……I just didn’t know…


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