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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Will You Support a Pro-Life Missionary?

Pro-life missionaries: changing hearts on college campuses
with the GAP (Genocide Awareness Project). Won't you help?
There's a saying about the missions -- "Some give by going and some go by giving." I thought about that when I read Fletcher's email below. In the early days of the formation of the East Coast Center for Bioethical Reform (CBR), Fletcher stopped by to visit us on his way through Woodstock. We've been supporters ever since. 

CBR doesn't flinch. They go out on the front lines at colleges and universities and speak the truth about the value of human life. We've been supporting Maggie Egger, one of their staff members, for several years with a monthly donation and recently doubled it because we respect the work CBR does so much. 

They save babies. Wherever they go the number of calls and visits to local pregnancy help centers go way up. They engage with students who are open to the truth and, after a short conversation, say, "I was pro-choice, but now I'm pro-life." The truth changes hearts. Will you help CBR? In my opinion they are doing one of the most important pro-life works in the U.S. How many college coeds get pregnant and think abortion is their only option? CBR shatters that myth and offers real, compassionate help. They are an important facet of the culture of life diamond.

Thanks to Fletcher and all his staff of pro-life missionaries! Now that I'm not on the front lines very often I'm so happy I can support a surrogate.

And here's Fletcher's email. On this Feast of St. James remember what he said about faith: "Show me your faith, I'll show you my actions." You can put feet to your faith by supporting CBR. St. Therese, patroness of missionaries, pray for us!

E-mail from Fletcher Armstrong:
We are pleased to welcome Joanna Keilson of Cary, North Carolina to the CBR family.  Joanna is a graduate of UNC Greensboro, having earned her BS degree in Public Health Education.
Pro-life activism is in Joanna's DNA.  Her mother helped start one of the first crisis pregnancy centers in Maryland.  While a student, Joanna led the campus arm of the Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center.
After graduation, she began to explore career options.  For years, she felt God tugging at her heart.  But the abortion thing?  Really?  She knew somebody should do something, but couldn't it be somebody else?  Or maybe child sacrifice would just fix itself.  Yeah, right.
Joanna Kielson, pro-life missionary
She was planning to go back to school and perhaps become a doctor, but then she met CBR at a national conference.  [Note: your checks to CBR make it possible for us to meet outstanding young people like Joanna and bring them into our movement.]
It was a real tug-of-war between CBR and med school, and the children won out!
Welcome aboard, Joanna!  We're expecting great things from you!
If you'd like to share in this work, it's quick, easy, and secure to support CBR online.  Whatever you can do will make a huge difference.   To support Joanna's work, designate your gift for "Carolina Project Director (SE-JLK)."
For more about all our GAP adventures, and other great stories, please visit!
"There is no other group that fights the pro-life battle as boldly, as directly, or as courageously as CBR does."
(Anne Mulrooney, President, U of Buffalo Students for Life)
Your friend for Life,
P.S. God said, "And I sought for a man among them, that should ... stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none." (Ezekiel 22:30)  Will you keep standing in the GAP with me?  Please click here to help end abortion.
C. Fletcher Armstrong, PhD
Director, Southeast Region Operations
Center for Bio-Ethical Reform
P.O. Box 20115
Knoxville, Tennessee 37940
direct: (865) 947-0179
mobile: (865) 776-1312
SE region phone: (865) 609-9033
CBR SE website:
"I have set before you life and death,
          the blessing and the curse.
So choose life in order that you may live,
          you and your descendants." – Deut. 30:19 (NASB)

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