Volunteer Opportunity!

Looking for a way to help out at the March for Life and the Students for Life National Conference in Washington, D.C. this January?  Then we have the opportunity for you!!! We have 24 volunteer spots available.  We need volunteers to help SFLA pass out signs at the March for Life on Friday, January 22nd…

Haunted Houses & the House of Horrors

Written by: Tina Whittington, SFLA Executive Vice President With Halloween fast approaching I was thinking about scary moments in my life – not the kind from the costume shop or a local haunted house where you know that the scary isn’t real but rather the kind of scary that wrenches your heart, defies logic, and…

November Event-in-a-Box: #Shoutyouradoption

November is National Adoption Awareness month, where we celebrate the courageous mothers, open families, and treasured children all impacted by adoption! This month, we want you to bring the message that adoption saves lives to your school! According to a representative we spoke with from the National Council for Adoption, “There are parents who wait years to…

Hope for Humanity (and the Pro-Life Movement)

By R.J. McVeigh, SFLA’s Director of Apologetics From the outside looking in, some people may see working as a full-time Pro-Life Activist as somewhat depressing. I can understand where such people might be coming from – we believe there are children dying by the thousands every day, any attempt to speak out about it causes…

Pray for this baby’s life

By Keri Landeche, SFLA Northeast Regional Coordinator Every time I set up a pro-life display on campus, I hope that in some way, shape or form this will change hearts and minds and ultimately save lives. I imagine many of us working in the pro-life movement feel the same way. You are always looking to…

MUST SEE: 3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy

Right now it seems like a huge blockbuster is hitting movie theaters weekly. The next “big thing” is always around the corner – new takes on old classics, new characters to fall in love with, new fandoms created. But the on screen world has not been lost to social movements. Movies are not just made…

A Letter to Jennie

By: Missy Stone, SFLA National Field Director Jennie, a former Students for Life group member, recently published an article expressing her frustration and overall disappointment with the pro-life movement. Her chief complaint was that the understanding of what it meant to be “pro-life” is extremely narrow and in her case, ostracizing. I know that Jennie…

#WeGotItCovered, Planned Parenthood

If we have to listen to Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, whine one more time that women will lose access to healthcare if the abortion giant is defunded, the truth-o-meter just may explode. There so many more (and better) healthcare choices out there than Planned Parenthood. The federal government already funds over 13,000 federally…