2015-2016 Plan Your Year Guide Is Now Available!

Our 2015-2016 Plan Your Year Guide is now available to help you and your group plan a successful, life-saving, culture-changing year! One of the key aspects of being a successful group is planning ahead! Before the school year begins, or as your group is forming, sit down with your adviser and other club leaders to…

Pro-Choice Student Changes Mind

by: Angela Erickson, SFLA’s Northern Regional Coordinator One thing I love about being a Regional Coordinator is the fact that I have the ability to go to several college campuses and engage students in dialogue about abortion. (Totally normal stuff for a married, pregnant, 22-year-old women, right?) What I experienced this week at the University…

Pro-Choice Student Changes Mind

by: Angela Erickson, SFLA’s Northern Regional Coordinator One thing I love about being a Regional Coordinator is the fact that I have the ability to go to several college campuses and engage students in dialogue about abortion. (Totally normal stuff for a married, pregnant, 22-year-old women, right?) What I experienced this week at the University…

Pro-Life Future Launches in Chicago

This past Saturday, Pro-Life Future, a new division of Students for Life of America for young, pro-life adults and alumni of Students for Life campus groups, successfully launched in Chicago with special guest Jason Jones and a private, opening weekend screening of Little Boy, a film about the power of faith to accomplish anything. More than…

Sorry, baseball fans…

by RJ McVeigh, SFLA Great Lakes Regional Coordinator Have you ever been to an overcrowded baseball game and tried to buy a hot dog? It is not fun, especially if you dislike waiting lines. You might go to the concessions and wait in line through two full innings, just to find out they’re out of…

Defusing the F-Bomb and Other Verbal Weaponry

By Michele Hendrickson, SFLA Capitol Area Regional Coordinator It’s that moment in good drama where you think you’ve got the plot figured out, and then an unforeseen character is introduced to change the whole ending.  Your reaction might be, “Well, I didn’t see that coming!  Now what?” and follow it with a huge handful of…

Pro-Choice Student Changes Mind

by: Angela Erickson, SFLA’s Northern Regional Coordinator One thing I love about being a Regional Coordinator is the fact that I have the ability to go to several college campuses and engage students in dialogue about abortion. (Totally normal stuff for a married, pregnant, 22-year-old women, right?) What I experienced this week at the University…