And Then There Were None has just released its latest short video, and you’re encouraged to share it on whatever platforms you use. Here, a few former abortion industry workers share their thoughts on what pro-life witness looked like to them from inside their clinics. Some approaches were more effective than others, which is no… Read More From ATTWN: Sidewalk Advocacy, Through the Eyes of the Workers
The 2018 New Hampshire March for Life will be on January 13 in Concord, with keynote speaker Jennifer Christie. The National March for Life will be on January 19 in Washington, D.C. Watch Leaven for the Loaf’s Facebook page for updates.
Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, will bring her “Lies Feminists Tell Tour” to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire on November 7, at 7 p.m. in the Rockefeller building. The public is invited, and the presentation will be followed by a question-and-answer period. Does the topic title leave you feeling triggered?… Read More Students for Life Leader Coming to Dartmouth November 7
I’m pleased to share this announcement from the New Hampshire Knights of Columbus. Respect Life Essay Contest ATTENTION STUDENTS! The NH Knights of Columbus is once again sponsoring a Student Respect Life Essay contest. The contest is open to any Junior High School (grades 6,7,8) and Senior High School (grades 9,10,11,12) student in New Hampshire. The NH… Read More N.H. Student Pro-Life Essay Contest Underway
And Then There Were None was founded by Abby Johnson in 2012, and in five years, hundreds of abortion-facility workers have come through ATTWN’s assistance program. All have left the abortion industry, with help from the only organization dedicated to offering spiritual and material support for such a decision. How? “We love them out.” That’s… Read More “We Love Them Out”: 5 Good Minutes With Meagan and Laura of And Then There Were None