5 Reasons Why Pro-life Students Won’t Join Your Pro-life Club

Have you ever felt discouraged attending the pro-life meetings at your school?  Do you find yourself asking, “Where is every one?”  This is the most pro-life generation since the passing of Roe v. Wade and yet we still can’t seem to motivate people to show up.  In my experience as Regional Coordinator and working with lots of student pro-life groups, here are some things I’ve observed that might help your group recruit and retain committed members.

1. No one knows your club exists.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been on a college campus helping with an event or display and the people walking by or stopping to talk ask me, “What club is this, anyway?” or, “Oh, a pro-life club?  I didn’t know we had that.  I would totally be a part of it.  When do you meet?”

Solution: When you have events, bring sign-up sheets and fliers for the next meeting.  Every event is a recruiting event.  Are you hosting an SFLA Tour display?  Bring a sign-up sheet and fliers.  Are you giving out cookies or cupcakes?  Bring a sign-up sheet and fliers.

2. The recruiting table is boring and un-inviting
Think about the club fair at your school. What tables interested you the most? Probably something with a free give-away or attractive signs.  Ask yourself, would you visit your table?  The most successful tabling I saw was actually outside in freezing December weather because the group had free coffee, hot chocolate, and cookies. They would shout, “Free coffee!” and then talk to people while they filled their cups.

Solution: Your table should be equipped with a well-made, bold, easy-to-read sign.  None of this “I quickly scribbled on a poster board five minutes before the event” business.  Get a tri-fold display showing pictures of community service projects the club has accomplished or other events to show what members will do.  Have plenty of free take-away items like candy or our FREE topic cards at our store.

3. Members don’t feel personally connected
Even after you have a great table display, you’ve reserved a space every week, and you have a ton of sign-ups… people still just don’t attend your meeting. Don’t lose hope!  There are plenty of reasons for this, but a popular one might be the lack of a personal connection.  Attending a club fair or tabling event can be like grocery shopping when you’re hungry.  Some students just sign-up for everything that looks appealing at the time, but it’s the truly inspiring well-connected club they’re going to commit their precious time to.

Solution: Follow-up with the club sign-ups beyond a group email or Facebook post.  At least one email should be personalized, “Hey Michele, I am so glad we met today at the club fair.  It’s refreshing to hear your passion about the pro-life movement and I’m looking forward to working with you at our next meeting…”  The best club just seem to know everyone.  They smile and say hello to lots of people.  You don’t have to be the super-popular person, but make an effort to get to know people.

4. Meetings lack direction
For a new member, the first meeting is almost like a first date. First impressions are everything.  This new member obviously has shared interests and made himself or herself available for you to present something worthwhile.  They showed up, now it’s your move to woo them.

Solution: Remember, any meeting could be someone’s first meeting so always make sure the time is well-organized.  Have an agenda.  Start with something positive the group has accomplished or share a related good-feeling story from our site to encourage members.  There are brief training videos here to learn more about running a meeting and using agendas.

5. Meetings lack fun!
We all need fun built into our day, and even into our meetings. While the main goal is for your club to be productive and achieve goals, but it’s easy to get burnt out.  Plus, building in time for socialization helps make those personal connections.

Solution: Food.  People will come to places that offer free food, so have it each meeting to start or finish.  (Some clubs decide to bring out food at the end to keep people around.)    Have your meeting at a local coffee shop or diner.  Host a pro-life movie night with popcorn and discussion afterwards.  Mix it up and get people excited about meeting.

Christians have abandoned politics. And millions are DYING because of it.

Reprinted from Life Site News

“There is no right and wrong!” the angry university student said loudly, storming up to our campus pro-life display.

“Is that right?” my friend Caleb said slowly. The student came to an abrupt stop, realizing, perhaps for the first time, that his worldview was, in philosophical terms, an “argument to commit suicide.”

That anecdote is illustrative of how we’ve been letting the Cultural Left get away with murder. I’m not just referring to the institutionalized destruction of life in the womb or the “mercy-killing” of the old, but also the broad cultural acceptance—including among Christians—of two stupid and dangerous ideas that have allowed the Left to dominate the cultural discussion for decades.

Christians have not been losing in the public square because we do not have the arguments to respond to the New Moral Revolution of the Cultural Left. We have been losing because we have not been making those arguments, or have not been making them articulately enough.

First, Christians are told loudly, we can’t legislate morality.

I could point out that this argument is inevitably used to justify the legality of something blatantly wicked and immoral, like abortion. Yet, I’ve heard countless Christians tell me that while they are pro-life and do believe in Christian ethics, they don’t think trying to impact public policy or bring our message to the public square is useful because “we can’t legislate our morality.”

They’re forgetting something: All laws legislate morality. All laws are put in place because of a value judgement that something should be permitted, restricted, regulated, or banned. When Christians leave the discussion, all we’re doing is ensuring that it is someone else’s code of morality that is being enshrined into law, and someone else’s values are being used as the guiding principle for governance.

If we don’t fight for the lives of pre-born children and demand legal protection for them, for example, we’re not ensuring that the government won’t legislate morality; we’re allowing those who claim that the right to destroy human life at whim exists and is moral to seize and win the day. Eventually, the government will be paying the butchers with our own tax dollars—because a New Morality has been legislated, and ours has been definitively replaced.

A very brief look at the news cycle reveals that the Cultural Left, while silencing Christians with the demand that we cease trying to “legislate our morality,” is attempting to do precisely that. When they howl that gay marriage should be legal and accepted, they are demanding this because they say it is right and good andmoral. They are stating that to deny marriage to homosexuals is discriminatory, and therefore wrong. And the solution to this, they tell us, is for the government or the courts to step in and ensure that this wrong is righted, that this injustice is corrected.

It is not that they don’t think morality should be legislated. They simply think that Christian morality should not be legislated.

Which brings me to the second argument the Left has used to silence Christians: That morality is subjective, if it even exists at all. In other words, it’s okay ifyou believe that, but that only means its right for you. Other people must remain “true to themselves” and do “what’s right for them.”

This is obviously nothing short of profound stupidity, but a brief jaunt on to any university campus will show you that the number of those who believe that morality does not exist (while simultaneously calling fracking and Christian ethics evil) is staggering. I’ve engaged in dozens of debates that went something like this:

Student: “Well, there is no morality.”

Me: “Okay. Do you think rape is wrong?”

Student: “Of course rape is wrong!”

Me: “Why?”

Student (nervously): “Because…you can’t just force yourself on someone.”

Me: “Says who? You’re appealing to a moral law, which necessitates a lawgiver. Who says that is wrong?”

Student (relieved to have found an answer): “The government! It’s illegal!”

Me: “While I’m glad you’ve found your source of morality, wouldn’t you agree that laws have been wrong before? What about slavery? Segregation?”

This is to illustrate, of course, that morality cannot be subjective, or it is not morality. Right and wrong cannot be subjective, or they cease to exist. Appalling crimes like rape and murder should be illegal, because they are immoral. Christians would argue that they are immoral because God, the Lawgiver, has said they are. The Cultural Left cannot claim that banning abortion, for example, is immoral—because they cannot claim anything is immoral. Inevitably, their claims that something is or is not immoral is based on one thing: How they feel about something. (When they appeal to science, they are again being fallacious: Science, of course, can only tell us what is, not what ought to be. Science can reveal to us observable truths, but cannot provide us with correlating value judgements.)

Christians have not been losing in the public square because we do not have the arguments to respond to the New Moral Revolution of the Cultural Left. We have been losing because we have not been making those arguments, or have not been making them articulately enough. We’ve often bought the laughable lies that morality simultaneously does not exist, and cannot be legislated. Both of these lies are simply a means of keeping us from fighting for what is right in the public square. In many cases, we’ve vacated the battlefield. It’s time to engage like never before—because as we see with abortion, assisted suicide, and euthanasia, lives literally depend on it.

Apply Now for SFLA’s Group of the Year Awards!

522453_10151818166486021_266914075_nEvery year, Students for Life of America is honored to award prizes to student groups and leaders at our National Conferences! These cash prizes can help further the outreach efforts and the effectiveness of these groups at their schools. In order to award these prizes to deserving students and groups, we need you to nominate the groups and leaders you think deserve recognition. Listed below are the categories, prize amounts, and nomination forms for each award. Winning groups must be present at the SFLA National Conference to receive the award. Applications are due January 16, 2015. Email us your applications today!

College Group Awards

2015 College Group of the Year

$1,000 Prize

This award will recognize the all-around excellence of one college pro-life student group. The SFLA College Group of the Year will demonstrate success in areas of campus activism, recruitment, and community involvement.

2015 College Group of the Year Application – East
2015 College Group of the Year Application – West

2015 New College Group of the Year

$500 Prize

This award will recognize an outstanding new pro-life college group that was formed between January 2014 and December 2014. The New College Group of the Year Award will be given to a group that has shown success in recruiting members and raising awareness about abortion on campus.

2015 New College Group of the Year Application – East
2015 New College Group of the Year Application- West

2015 Pregnant on Campus Group of the Year

$255 Prize (The price of one diaper deck)

The Pregnant on Campus Group of the Year Award will recognize the achievements of one Students for Life college group that has excelled in promoting pregnant and parenting resources. The SFLA Pregnant on Campus Group of the Year should demonstrate success in pregnant and parenting advocacy and outreach on their college campus. This group should show significant efforts to change their campus to embrace practices and policies that protect and assist pregnant and parenting students.

2015 SFLA Pregnant on Campus Application- East
2015 SFLA Pregnant on Campus Application- West

High School Group Awards

2015 High School Group of Year

$1,000 Prize

This award will recognize the all-around excellence of one high school pro-life student group. The SFLA High School Group of the Year will demonstrate success in activism, recruitment, and community involvement.

2015 High School Group of the Year Application – East
2015 High School Group of the Year Application – West

2015 New High School Group of the Year

$500 Prize

The New High School Group of the Year will be given to the student pro-life group who has best developed and organized an innovative way to share the pro-life message at their high schools or in their homeschool communities.

2015 New High School Group of the Year Application – East
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Announcing New Conference Speaker!

If you haven’t registered yet for the Students for Life East Coast National Conference, you will want to after reading who just signed on to be a speaker.

This speaker is truly a rock star in the pro-life movement.

She is passionate.

She is articulate.

She is courageous.

And she is pro-life to the core.

She is a young woman who is a fierce defender of the preborn and SFLA East Coast National Conference attendees with get front row seats to hear her speak.

Any guesses?

She also happens to be a thorn in the side of the nation’s largest abortion vendor, Planned Parenthood. They have her photo up in their facilities all over the country because of how many times she has gone undercover and exposed the abortion giant for who they really are.

By now you’ve surely figured out our surprise speaker is none other than…LILA ROSE.

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This year’s 2015 East Coast National Conference will truly have an all-star line up… Abby Johnson, Prof. Robert George, David Bereit of 40 Days for Life, Jason Jones, Lila Rose, and more!

We are so proud that Lila is a Students for Life alum and will be joining us at this year’s conference. Like you, she has made it her life’s goal to end abortion, and we want you to meet her!

Make sure to register yourself and forward this e-mail on to any friends who said they are interested in coming to this year’s conference. Prices will increase after December!

And be sure to check out the new schedule for the East Coast National Conference at www.sflalive.org!


Students for Life of America is proud to announce the launch of a new and unique aspect Resources1 (2)to their successful Pregnant on Campus Initiative: a website specifically designed to help students find pregnancy and parenting resources on their individual campuses. This website also utilizes crowdsourcing and surveying of students and administrators to help post pregnancy resources on the site.

The new website is www.PregnantOnCampus.com.

“Becoming unexpectedly pregnant while in college can be a scary situation for so many women. Over half of abortions are done on women under the age of 25 and many of these students have no idea about the resources available to them on their college campuses to help them stay in school and parent their children, which is why this website is so unique and needed,” said Kristan Hawkins, president of SFLA. “Instead of running to the nearest Planned Parenthood, this website will help pregnant women find resources that are available on their campus right now.”

SFLA is the premier organization helping to organize, educate and equip 800+ pro-life student groups on campuses across the country.

Resources3“SFLA’s own research shows that nearly 80% of Planned Parenthood facilities are located within five miles of a college or university. College students are prime targets for the largest abortion provider in the country,” said Hawkins. “No woman should have to choose between continuing her education or having a child, even it was unplanned and unexpected. SFLA has worked with universities across the country to help provide pregnant students on campus a one-stop-shop with all the information they need to keep their child and continue their education.”

As SFLA has found with their Pregnant on Campus program, many students don’t know that they have options for aid and childcare on campus.

“Students for Life groups across the country have been creatively calling attention to the lack of services on college campuses, which results in women seeking abortions,” added Hawkins.  “Our student activists are inspired to change campuses to make them welcoming to pregnant women. They are also prepared to help link them to pregnancy resource centers when help isn’t readily available on campus.”

Want to help us promote www.PregnantOnCampus.com via social media? Here are some sample tweets and graphics below!

New website by @Students4LifeHQ encompasses thousands of resources for pregnant women on campus www.pregnantoncampus.com

You don’t have to choose between your baby and your education. There are many resources available to pregnant students! www.pregnantoncampus.com

Many students don’t know about all the great resources available to pregnant students on campus. Find them all in one place here www.pregnantoncampus.com

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CDC report shows abortion declines to historic low

The Centers for Disease Control released its national abortion report on Friday and the new figured show the number of abortions in the United States has declined to a historic low. From 2010 to 2011, the total number and rate of reported abortions decreased 5% and the abortion ratio decreased 4%, and from 2002 to 2011.

ultrasound3d10Although 730,322 babies lost their lives in abortions in 2011, the latest year CDC has produced figures for, that represents a decline of about half since the highs of more than 1.5 million in the late 1980s, when the effect of legalizing abortion in 1973 finally took its full effect.

The new CDC report also indicates the abortion rate has also declined to a historic low. At their high decades ago, approximately 1 in 3 pregnancies ended in an abortion — resulting in brochures, banners and billboards proclaiming that fact and greying out every third baby displayed in pictures of newborn children. Thanks to pro-life laws, educational efforts, pregnancy centers and the actions of pro-life groups that have resulted in closing down abortion clinics, now just 18 percent of all pregnancies in the United States end in an abortion.

Read the rest of the story here

via LifeNews.com 

Rosa Parks Didn’t Give Up, Neither Should We

Post written by Michele Hendrickson, SFLA’s Capital Area Regional Coordinator

On December 1st 1955, a department store seamstress inspired a revolution – without making a move! We should all be familiar with the heroic story of Rosa Parks refusing the city bus driver’s request for her to give up her seat so that a white male could sit down; however, those of us in the pro-life movement still have a lot to learn from her humble non-violent actions and some of the often overlooked details.rosa parks

Rosa Parks is a personal hero of mine, not only for her “stand-up to the man by sitting down” move on the bus (which was amazing), but for her entire life’s dedication to something she believed in so strongly.  Her story doesn’t start as a “tired stubborn woman returning home from work.”  Far from it.  In fact, she clarified in her own autobiography, “People always say that I didn’t give up my seat because I was tired, but that isn’t true. I was not tired physically… No, the only tired I was, was tired of giving in.”  More than 10 years prior to her arrest on the bus, she joined her local NAACP chapter, quickly becoming the secretary.  Growing up, she faced strict segregation laws for not only public transportation, but everything from schools to water fountains.  Even as a little girl she watched her grandfather guard the house with a shot-gun while the Klu Klux Klan marched down their street.

For Rosa, it was personal.  For us, it’s personal.  We are missing brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, and classmates.  We can name that friend or family member who felt like her only choice was to go through with abortion.  Maybe an abortion is part of your personal past.  With approximately 2,756 lives lost to abortion per day, the injustice is all around us.

Many of you reading this article may already have a clear belief that abortion is a moral wrong.

So, what now?

Attend a conference or a march?  Yes, those are excellent options to further the cause and get educated.  But here’s what you need to realize about what Rosa Parks started that day in 1955:

An estimated 40,000 African-American commuters who depended on the city bus for transportation to their jobs boycotted the Montgomery buses every day for over a year!  Some had to walk upwards of 20 miles each day.  They continued their march day in and day out facing ridicule, threats, mocking, and even more arrests until change was made at the Supreme Court level.

I don’t point this out to imply that our once-a-year few-miles-long March for Life is somehow insignificant in comparison.  No, I write this just two months before we prepare to march in hopes this will weigh on your hearts now, in January, and every day after.

Take a moment to reflect on our great history, where we’ve come from, and how much further we have to go.

Own your part of it.

Own it beyond once-a-year, but every day you’re alive and breathing while 55 million others didn’t get the chance.

“I knew someone had to take the first step and I made up my mind not to move.”

One last over-looked fact on what was going through Rosa Parks’ mind the day she was arrested:

Just months before, a young boy named Emmett Till was brutally murdered following accusations that he “flirted” with a white woman.  That woman’s husband and his brother kidnapped 14-year-old Emmett, tortured him, gouged out his eye, shot him, wrapped a cotton gin fan around his neck with barbed wire, and threw him in the river.  Those men were completely acquitted and later bragged about what they had done.  So, how does this relate to Rosa?  This is the type of violent reaction she knew she would face, but she peaceably stood her ground anyway.  Later in an interview commenting on her arrest she remarked, “I thought about Emmett Till, and I could not go back.” 

That was her reality.  And what about us?  Unless you consider being defriended by a few followers on Facebook after sharing a Students for Life meme an “attack”, there is nothing you’re facing that is bigger than the injustice of abortion.  And even so, if you knew that speaking out against the moral injustice of abortion might bring you more pain than pats on the back, would you abandon the revolution?

“The time had just come when I had been pushed as far as I could stand to be pushed, I suppose. I had decided that I would have to know, once and for all, what rights I had as a human being…”

I think the time has long since passed that we’ve been pushed far enough on this issue.  We have to know, once and for all, what rights do we ALL have as human beings?

 “At the time I was arrested, I had no idea it would turn into this. It was just a day like any other day. The only thing that made it significant was that the masses of the people joined in.”

Will you make this significant?  Join the masses.  March for life, every day that you live.



Rosa Louise McCauley Parks. (2014). The Biography.com website. Retrieved 09:56, Nov 28, 2014, from http://www.biography.com/people/rosa-parks-9433715.

Emmett Till. (2014) The Encyclopedia Britannica website. Retrieved 10:00, Nov. 28th 2014, from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1005043/Emmett-Till

Pro-Life Christmas Gifts

Move over Oprah – it’s time to reveal Kristan’s Favorite Things this Christmas season.

You’ve been seeing the commercials on TV and have already starting thinking of what you would like to buy for those you love this Christmas. So this year, why not buy gifts that celebrate Life and support our mission at Students for Life at the same time?!

And as a special token of thanks, we are introducing special new student pricing, just for our pro-life students who are looking to buy that special gift.

Here are some of Kristan Hawkins’ Favorite Pro-Life Gifts that she likes to give her family and friends and would like to share with you:

1 – An exclusive Students for Life gold pin

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2 – Her two favorite pro-life movies: Bella and Crescendo


3 – Pro-life activist and Hollywood producer Jason Jones’ new book The Race to Save our Century

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4 – The Students for Life potholder that was recently featured by the Duggar Family on TLC’s 19 and Counting!

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Click here to see these awesome pro-life gifts.

This collection for gifts includes something for everyone on your list. And what’s even better? Every gift will inspire those you love to stand courageously for the Life. Plus, every donation you make will help further our mission to abolish abortion in this lifetime!

Check out the gifts now and place your order!

55 Million Dreamers are Dead, White House Keeps Quiet

by: Alejandro Capote, Students for Life Kentucky & Tennessee Regional Coordinator

A native of Cuba, I immigrated to the United States at the age of six. My parents made tough sacrifices when I was a boy because they wanted a better life for me. I am so thankful to my parents for the small and big sacrifices they made for it is because of their sacrifices I have been able to accomplish things I’d have never been able to do in Cuba. That’s my American story- a story faced with challenges, social and cultural barriers, yet resilience, and accomplishments. But many kids aren’t given the opportunities like I had because they are never born.

As I watched President Obama address the nation on prime-time last week, I was hopeful for my country, yet I found myself saddened and shocked. How could the president of these United States and the 2009 Noble Peace Prize recipient turn a blind eye to the injustice and human rights violations that have hunted our society and nation for the past four decades – abortion? How could the leader of the most powerful and compassionate nation suspend torture techniques for terrorists yet turn a blind eye on other forms of torture against innocent, fragile, human babies? You are either for social justice for all members of the human family, or you’re against it. There’s no gray area on human dignity.

The President prides himself on being an advocate of the disadvantaged and the downtrodden. But social justice starts in the womb and if one doesn’t believe in protecting the most innocent of lives among us, there can be no basis for policies of human dignity. Picking and choosing who gets social justice is no justice at all.

President Obama chose to ignore the 55 million innocent dead babies and dreamers that have died from abortions. These are most certainly the first and foremost of dreamers among us – and this president has done everything in his power to be sure they have no chance at life. He nearly shut down the government in 2011 in order that Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest provider of abortion, continued to receive millions and millions of taxpayer dollars. He opposed protections for babies born alive after botched abortions. He has even made sure that Obamacare pays for abortions when he promised it never would.

We need to fix our broken immigration system, but we can’t ignore the millions of lives lost from abortions over the last four decades. Every effort that we take today must be made to repeal cruel and unjust laws and practices that deprive Americans and immigrants, alike, of their humanity and dignity. America must rise to the occasion and uphold the dignity of every member of the human family, both, born and pre-born.

I agree with the President, “It’s about who we are as a country, and who we want to be for future generations.” But our country and our future cannot start with an act of cruelty. Abortion deprives others of their humanity, it destroys lives, and it separates and hurts families. Abortion discriminates against those who are younger and smaller. This is not who we must be. It would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the moment.

According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, there are approximately 2,756  abortions done every day. About 402 people die every year from illegally crossing the border, which amounts to at least one person a day.

Both of these humanitarian crises deserve equal attention and urgency from the White House and members of Congress. We cannot overlook the pressing issues of the day. Dreams are lost, families are hurt and separated daily.

We have lost more than 55 million of our sons, daughters, friends, and relatives, since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. Where’s the compassion for these human beings?  Where’s the outcry?

SFLA Conference: “It’s awesome!”

by Melody Durrett,Founder, Linn-Benton Community College

What’s it like to go to a National Students for Life Conference? Will I really get anything out of it? Maybe you’re asking yourself questions like these as you think about registering for one of SFLA’s National Conferences in January.

Short answer: it’s awesome!

I have been lucky enough to attend two SFLA conferences and both have been major turning points for me in my journey as a pro-life activist – the first for me personally and the second one as a serious catalyst for our Students for Life club members at my college.

Prior to attending my first SFLA conference, I had worked with my friend to start a pro-life club at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon. Things were going well but our club was lacking direction and leaders with adequate leadership skills. I was passionate for Life but I was a little bit secretly ashamed to be known as pro-life, and I was absolutely scared to death to call myself anti-abortion.

At the East Coast National Conference, I attended the student Leadership Summit. One thing I remember clearly was walking away from that with a new-found truth that I was adamantly anti-abortion, and because of the nature of what abortion is, there is no reason to be ashamed of that. I also remember, after hearing so many national leaders speak, feeling an absolutely overwhelming sense of being blessed to be a part of ending abortion-the single greatest human rights issue of my day. I was also incredibly inspired and equipped to walk away from that conference all the way in D.C., go across the nation, back to my home in Oregon and inspire others in my club, where we as a group created huge goals of inspiring our entire campus to be pro-life!

The second time I went to the West Coast National Conference in San Francisco, I was able to go with seven of our club members. This time we heard the president of a pro-life club in New Mexico speak about how the Pregnant on Campus Initiative had transformed the culture on her campus. I was inspired after hearing her speak and after having a discussion with the other club members I learned that they had all felt a similar burden that our campus NEEDED to join the ranks of the Pregnant on Campus Initiative. So we decided to start standing out on campus every week, same day, same time, simply offering resources and reaching out to pregnant women on our campus. One of them, who is in school to become a nurse, is now considering an internship with a medical center that stations themselves across from Planned Parenthoods and offers women real help!

The two SFLA conferences I attended are two of the biggest blessings on my life! It is the most encouraging and awe-inspiring thing to meet hundreds, and stand with even thousands of other students my age who all have the mission of ending abortion and to know that we all face the same hardships on our college campuses.

The SFLA National Conference has become a “must attend” event of the year for our pro-life club!

I hope you can join me at the SFLA National Conference this year!

Simply go to www.SFLALive.org and register today! The conferences sell out fast so be sure to sign up and secure your spot. We can’t wait to see you.