Entries Tagged ‘World Life Organization’

Facebook bans Victoria Jackson for posting graphic abortion photo

A few facts…

1. The Left heralds abortion as a constitutional right.

2. Facebook allows only people age 13 and over to create personal pages. In other words, every female on Facebook has the legal right to abort.

3. Facebook allows a pro-abortion activist to post instructions on how to commit illegal self-abortions. (Facebook briefly censored the instructions but reposted them and apologized.)

So, logically and objectively speaking, why in the world would Facebook censor information about abortion? Isn’t FB for full disclosure and informed consent?

Would FB actually help promote a surgical procedure but censor what that procedure entails?

Yes, FB does this, and repeatedly, by removing photos showing the reality of abortion.

The latest victim of Facebook’s censorship is Victoria Jackson.

Spread the anti-abortion message anywhere and everywhere with drop cards

I wrote in early December that the result of the presidential election is a reminder that stopping abortion starts locally.

Our first responsibility is to make abortion unthinkable in our own family, home church, neighborhood schools, and community.

The group Abolish Human Abortion has developed a series of inexpensive drop cards. Buy them and carry them with you. Drop them everywhere.

Todd Bullis of World Life Organization explains the thinking:

Help spread the message of abolition every where you go.

Most people are happy to live in a world where discussion of abortion only occurs in churches and political stump speeches.

Most people want to drink their coffee, eat their fast food, watch their movies, and go about their day without thinking about abortion and considering what it might take to effect its abolition.

Church ignores little girl hit by truck

I’m attending a two-day summit in Columbus, Ohio, involving leaders of pro-life activist groups, spearheaded by Mark Harrington of Created Equal, an organization of which I’m a board member. I’ll discuss more on that in another post.

But Don Cooper of World Life Organization (another group I’m on the board of), made a stirring point I’d like to pass along to you to get the conversation started as to the state of the pro-life movement as we approach the 40 year mark of legalized abortion in the U.S.

Don showed a video you may have seen, of several passersby ignoring for several minutes a toddler who was struck by not one but two trucks on a street in China last October. A total of 18 people ignored the crushed child until a street scavenger finally pulled her off the street. She went on to die….

Graphic signs anger pro-abortion pastors, parishioners

I’m always intrigued by the responses pro-lifers get for showing graphic photos of aborted babies in front of pro-abortion churches on Sunday mornings. I hope these protests continue and expand. Parishioners may not understand, but pro-lifers are trying to help them. Their worship services are repugnant to God. Just read Isaiah 1:10-17.

In September World Life Organization’s Todd Bullis and Andy Moore and their team stood for the 11th and 12th time in front of the Custer Road United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas. I’m always impressed by the wise, Godly words they have ready to offer.

New social networking site: ProLifeBook

Those of us on Facebook have heard the stories – or even personally experienced – having status updates and graphics censored. I, myself, am cautious about posting abortion photos on Facebook, because I’ve heard they are a trigger for getting banned. (I still post them, but sparingly, and so far have escaped notice.)

And we’ve also heard or experienced having our videos banned on YouTube, classic examples being some of Live Action’s video exposÚs on Planned Parenthood.

Now, a new group, World Life Organization (of which I’ve been asked to be a board member) has introduced Prolifebook, a powerful and censor-safe social networking tool for pro-lifers and pro-life groups.

  

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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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