From Breaking Christian News
Stand True—Christ-Centered Pro-life, will hold its sixth annual Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Last year students from over 4,700 campuses in 25 countries participated in the event, and Stand True expects even more this year. Last year Stand True heard back from participants about 58 girls who canceled their abortions on the day of the event due to the efforts of the students. These students stand in solidarity with each other to bring attention to the holocaust that is killing almost 4,000 babies every day in the United States alone.
“The students are speaking loud and clear; they want an end to legalized child-killing” said Bryan Kemper, President of Stand True Ministries. “We are getting thousands of e-mails, comments and internet messages from students thanking us for giving them a peaceful way to stand up and be counted.”
Here are just a couple of the comments we have received from the students:
“I got one girl to not get an abortion because I took a ZERO in class for this and she started crying. She pulled me into the bathroom and told me she was pregnant and was going to have an abortion and she said because of how much this meant to me she didn’t! We both sat in the bathroom and cried for a few min. and she put the baby up for adoption!”
“She’s about a month or so pregnant. I have her for a couple of my classes. She kept glancing at my shirt all day and she took a flier. But she didn’t say anything. Then today in 6th I was getting up and she came up to me. And in front of the whole classroom she began weeping and fell into my arms. She said she didn’t want to have an abortion anymore. She said she wanted to receive Christ right there.”
Students will not only remain silent but will also wear red armbands and/or red duct tape on their mouths, and distribute educational flyers to anyone who asks why they are silent. Many home-schooled students will also participate in the event by visiting local malls and other public areas to distribute flyers.
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