Join Personhood Florida’s Enjoy and Defend Life Days with Florida Family Policy Council’s Pro-Family Days Florida Capitol, Tallahassee March 16-17, 2015 Monday & Tuesday (Wednesday is optional) Personhood Florida is inviting you to join Florida Family Policy Council in an educational, meaningful, and influential Tallahassee experience as we collaborate for Life and Family. Register Here …
Tag Archive: Disabled
January 22, 2014 marks Forty One years of legal child killing in America. Forty years is a Biblical generation. We have killed preborn children in America for more than a generation. It is time to end abortion and protect all innocent human life. It is time for the church to rise up and end abortion. …
The idea behind the Personhood movement is simple: Every human being should be protected under the law, no matter how young or how old. That is, each of us should be recognized as a “person” in the law. The need for a Personhood Amendment in Florida arises not only because of the refusal of federal …
Personhood FL has launched a new prolife constitutional petition to end abortion and protect all innocent human life including the elderly and the disabled. The new petition is based on language that has won the approval of the Catholic Conference of Bishops and is simple and legally effective. Please note that this is a new …
We are calling all Florida pastors, prolife legislators, pregnancy center workers, sidewalk counselors, and prolife mobilizers to join together to end abortion and protect all innocent human life!
We are inviting all of the “parts” of the pro-life movement to come together for a night of prayer, education and connection. We believe every pro-life ministry is valuable and necessary. If you would like to showcase your ministry at this event by bringing flyers and info, please register today. This event is open to all and is absolutely free!
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) was prolife reveals his niece, Dr. Alveda King. “In advising men and women on questions of personal behavior 50 years ago, Uncle Martin sounded no different than a conservative Christian preacher does now,” said Dr. King. “He was pro-life, pro-abstinence before marriage, and based his views on the unchanging Word of the Bible.” Alveda King continues MLK’s prolife legacy by defending the right to life of all innocent humans, including the unborn, elderly, and disabled and compares abortion to slavery.
Even as Dred Scott was considered less than fully human, such is the case for the preborn babies in the womb,” said Dr. Alveda King in an endorsement of the