High School Group Impacts 600 people!

St. John Vianney Teens for Life  – Indiana This summer, pro-life teens put down the beach bags and picked up pro-life literature to hit the streets with the message of Life! A newly formed pro-life group at St. John Vianney Parish in Fishers, IN, saw a great opportunity to impact their community when a local…

Welcome to the New School Year!

We are turning the tide on our high school and college campuses. We at Students for Life are confident that this year will be absolutely amazing! With new regions opening up and nearly a half dozen new Regional Coordinators, we know that each and every student group has the potential to reach new heights, and…

Bodily autonomy? I don’t think so.

By Angela Erickson, Northern Regional Coordinator Originally posted at: www.loveasintended.blogspot.com/2014/03/bodily-autonomy-i-dont-think-so.html Yesterday I read a blog post titled “How to refute anti-choice arguments”by a young blogger. I find her post to be insufficient in its use of definitive terms and logic. This author claims that she has found a fool-proof way to defend the pro-choice position using the…

September Event-in-a-Box: Chalk it up!

It’s time to dig deep and find your inner pro-life artist! This month is all about PRO-LIFE CHALK! Chalking is a fun and easy way to get your club active and spread the pro-life message at your high school or on your college campus. You can reach students with a life-affirming message of love and…

Back to School & the 1st Amendment

The start of the new school is nearly here and inevitably it will bring yet another round of poignant First Amendment cases where pro-life students will be harassed, discriminated against and in some cases, be forced to file lawsuits against their schools for the right to even exist. Students for Life of America works closely…

New National Pregnancy Resource Website!

We are thrilled to announce, along with Feminists for Life of America (FFL), the launch of a new and unique website to help college students find pregnancy and parenting resources on campus. This website also utilizes crowdsourcing and surveying of students and administrators to help post pregnancy resources on the site. The new website is…

The Giver

Almost every student in the past decade has read The Giver. For some, reading the book was just another assignment but once we began reading, we couldn’t put it down. The Giver is about a young man named Jonas who lives in a future dystopian America where “Sameness” is the law and emotions have been…

It Didn’t Have to End Like This

Hollywood icon Robin Williams tragically took his own life earlier this week. He was suffering from severe depression – which isn’t uncommon and should be taken seriously and dealt with immediately to prevent such horrible endings. To those of you suffering from depression, there IS help and there are people who want to help you. …