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In just 6 days, the next 40 Days for Life campaign will kick off in 252 cities in 19 countries!

What could God do through your prayers and participation in this upcoming 40 Days for Life?

Ask the volunteers in Issaquah, Washington, who sent us a message that proclaimed:

ISSAQUAH PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLOSED!!!!!!

There have been five peaceful 40 Days for Life vigils in front of the Planned Parenthood facility in Issaquah … and faithful volunteers have continued to pray there regularly. Imagine their joy when they saw the sign above on the door.

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“Praise God! He is so good!” said Annie, who was the leader of several of the 40 Days for Life campaigns in Issaquah. And to the volunteers she said, “Thank you all for everything!”

This is the 60th time that an abortion center … where a 40 Days for Life prayer vigil has been held outside … has closed its doors and gone out of business!

Will you help put a “closed” sign on the abortion center in your city?

The next campaign starts February 18 and runs through March 29.

Click “like” if you are PRO-LIFE!

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Is there a campaign near you? If so, get involved — and see what God can do in your hometown! Here’s the link to the campaign locations page:

You can use the map on that page to search … or there’s a listing right below the map where you can search by country and state.

Once you find the nearest 40 Days for Life, take the next step to get involved.

Here’s what God has accomplished through past campaigns:

  • 650,000 people participating
  • 3,336 individual local campaigns
  • 559 cities have taken part
  • 27 nations hosted campaigns
  • 9,699 babies saved from abortion
  • 107 abortion workers quit their jobs
  • 60 abortion centers closed

Like Annie said … God is so good! And He can accomplish results like these where you live.

With the 40 Days for Life campaign starting on February 18 … today’s a great day to find the closest vigil and sign up to pray and fast for an end to abortion.

Reprinted with permission from 40 Days for Life. 

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