I know you probably think I email you too much. And with all the important causes out there, I’m sure your e-mail inbox gets just as full as mine.
But I want you to know that I appreciate you and everything you allow our team at Students for Life to do. Truly, you make all of it possible…the babies that are saved, the women who are served, and the young pro-life students who we help shape into leaders.
And the surprising truth is, I often feel like I don’t email you enough!
Because every single day, the 1,100+ Students for Life groups we serve are out there are changing minds, saving lives, and transforming their campuses.
And I never seem to have enough time to email you about all of the incredible strides they are making.
These pro-life student leaders are truly the unsung heroes of our movement because they are on the front lines.
To give you an inside glimpse of all that I see every day, I’ve forwarded an email that you can read below I received recently from our Students for Life group at Ball State University.
The group was started nearly a decade ago, but has become much more active (and effective) over the past two years under the mentorship of Anna Allgaier, our Indiana Regional Coordinator.
I’m so proud of Ball State Students for Life and their courageous witness on their campus, and I hope you are too.
But it’s not just Ball State Students for Life out there organizing activism events on a daily basis. They are just one group we serve, we have more than 1,099 more.
It’s almost impossible to imagine everything our Students for Life groups are doing each day, and, for that, I truly thank you.
Thank you for being apart of our mission. Thank you for saying “Yes.” Thank you for making this all possible.
President, Students for Life of America
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—–Begin Forwarded Message—–
From: Ball State Students for Life
Subject: Students for Life Events this week
Hey everyone, here is this week’s events:
Monday: Our next meeting is tomorrow. We will be preparing for our events this week and in later this semester by making a huge poster for our Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity, signs for our protest on Wednesday, and working more on our Pregnant on Campus Shadow Display. We will meet from 6:30 to 7:30 pm in our regular room in the basement of Bracken Library.
In addition, we will be having our Pregnant and Parenting Support Group directly before our meeting at 5:30 to 6:30 pm same room. All pregnant and parenting students, their children, and all allies are welcome! Theis week will be having our parents and pregnant students explain the do’s and don’ts when parenting or pregnant in college for their peers. Refreshments will be provided!
Tuesday: Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity: We will be handing out red tape at the Scramble Light from 9 to 11 am to place on your mouth, clothing, or backpack to give up your voice for those who never got one because they were lost to abortions. For more information see: http://studentsforlife.org/national-pro-life-day-of-silent-solidarity-october-17-2017
Wednesday: Protest of Planned Parenthood Birthday Celebration: Planned Parenthood is celebrating its 101st birthday, and we plan to show the Muncie community that not everyone supports Planned Parenthood. We will meet on campus at around 5:15pm at Park Circle and drive to the Muncie YWCA where the celebration is occurring. We plan to stand outside with signs and hand out cards about the truth of Planned Parenthood. SFLA is even bringing their jumbotron. Let us know if you are interested as we have limited seating to drive over.
Thursday: When Do Human Rights Begin Display + Video. We will be at the Scramble Light from 11 to 2 pm with our When Do Human Rights Begin Display from two weeks ago and we will also have the SFLA jumbotron playing one of the Dr. Levatino videos where he explains how abortions are done using a non-graphic cartoon. We will hand out informational cards and dialogue with those who stop by. If you are interested in helping us out, let us know.
Hope to see lots of familiar and new faces at one of our many events this week,
Nora Hopf, President
Hannah Sullivan, Vice-President
Alex, Ross, March for Life Coordinator, Treasurer
Elizabeth Wehren, Secretary
Ball State Students for Life Club
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