COMBERMERE, Ontario, January 18, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Do you or someone you know have a real-life story to tell that could inspire thousands of people? Do you want your story to become part of the fabric that weaves the beautiful cloth of the Culture of Life?
LifeSiteNews would like to carry your real-life story. Give us the facts, we will even write it for you.
We are looking for stories about heroic men and women who struggle with seemingly insurmountable odds because of their respect and love for human life and family. Perhaps you even know someone who made the ultimate gift of their very own life to save the life of another person?
We want to carry stories about pro-life initiatives that are saving the lives of so many babies and turning the hearts and minds of people towards a genuine respect for human life.
We are looking for personal stories about those who work tirelessly to safeguard the institutions of marriage and the family. Have you or someone you know had enormous difficulties to overcome in this important work?
We want to carry stories about those who have been through the darkest valleys on their own life’s path but have emerged triumphantly. Such stories might include women who have had abortions and repented, abortionists or abortion clinic workers who have left their line of “work” and converted to pro-life, homosexuals who have left the homosexual lifestyle or rediscovered with relief a heterosexual orientation, transsexuals who have returned with joy to their birth gender, and pornographers who have learned how to see the human person whole again.
The journalistic world believes that people’s interest is only sparked by the ‘bad news’ stories. Since LifeSiteNews carried its first “official” Culture of Life story in November, 2010, the popularity of these stories has shown us that people today are in fact voracious for the ‘good news’ stories. In a culture saturated with death, darkness, and signs of moral decay such stories are received like a ray of sunshine on a dreary day. Like sunshine, they have the power to dispel the darkness.
In spite of the prevailing culture, the culture of life is strong and vibrant with people of all ages discovering within it an infinite reservoir of peace, joy, and hope. The stories coming from the people who have entered into this culture are often dynamic, having the power to inspire people and to change lives.
Can you help LifeSiteNews in building a Culture of Life? What story to you have to tell the world?
Contact Pete Baklinski, LSN journalist