The Abortion Industry is Scared They are Losing Millennials

Planned Parenthood and their friends in high places held a tele-townhall/virtual pep rally last night with their supporters to pump them up about voting in favor of pro-abortion candidates. It was the trifecta of the abortion industry’s most ardent defenders: Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and former Texas state senator Wendy Davis.…

October Chapter of the Month: Lehigh Valley

October closed out with traditionally scary traditions for Halloween but it seems much more frightening things await than ghouls and smashed jack-o-lanterns – especially as we pro-life young professionals look at our political options this election season. But honestly, we’re not scared. Because with the amazing non-stop pro-life action of every one of our Pro-Life…

This is what helping student moms looks like

Sometimes there are news stories you read where you can feel your heart smiling. This is one of them. Sarah Thompson goes to Lander University in Greenwood, South Carolina. She has a cute little baby. She was pregnant while in school, delivered baby Isaiah, and then went back to school a week later. Her incredible…

SFLA to host “Election Whine” Debate

It’s no secret that this 2016 election season has been horrible, with both presidential candidates vying for the lowest favorability ratings in history. It’s also divided the pro-life movement. So, tomorrow, Wednesday, November 2nd at 9pm ET, Students for Life of America will livestream on Facebook a friendly debate called “Election Whine” between two pro-life…

The Pro-Life Gen Changes Medical Minds

By Bethany Janzen, SFLA Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinator Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion vendor, was the keynote speaker at the American Medical Association’s Annual Meeting in Denver this past weekend. And the Pro-Life Generation was there to tell her – and all the attendees – that abortion isn’t healthcare.…

Pink Fleet Emojis

There are not many people who see our van and think, “whatever.”  We usually spark some kind of reaction. Good, bad, weird, you name it. We’ve had it all.  We’ve seen just about every emoji personified.    We get support:   “I agree. Keep it up”     We get double takes: “Wait what!?” It’s pretty…