“#ImAnAdvocate because every life is beautiful!”Why are you an advocate for life? Join the conversation: http://bit.ly/1DgxiNU

#ImAnAdvocate because every life is beautiful!”

Why are you an advocate for life? Join the conversation: http://bit.ly/1DgxiNU

"#ImAnAdvocate because I’ve personally SEEN abortion harm those I love."

Why are you an advocate for life? Join the conversation! Here’s how to participate: http://bit.ly/1sIr9Id

"#ImAnAdvocate because I’ve personally SEEN abortion harm those I love."

Why are you an advocate for life? Join the conversation! Here’s how to participate: http://bit.ly/1sIr9Id

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Though baby Connor survived incredible odds after being born at 23 weeks, he would have been treated as a “miscarriage” in a regular hospital because he was below England’s legal age of viability (currently set at 24 weeks). His parents had to move 39 miles to find a specialty hospital that was willing to save his life!With Connor now a year old, his parents say it’s time for the government to change the legal age of viability. We’re proud of them for taking a stand for the lives of children born prematurely like their son!
Read their story: http://bit.ly/1nqMi8h

Though baby Connor survived incredible odds after being born at 23 weeks, he would have been treated as a “miscarriage” in a regular hospital because he was below England’s legal age of viability (currently set at 24 weeks). His parents had to move 39 miles to find a specialty hospital that was willing to save his life!

With Connor now a year old, his parents say it’s time for the government to change the legal age of viability. We’re proud of them for taking a stand for the lives of children born prematurely like their son!

Read their story: http://bit.ly/1nqMi8h

"#ImAnAdvocate because life is worth giving!"
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"#ImAnAdvocate because life is worth giving!"

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"#ImAnAdvocate because my mom chose life!"
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"#ImAnAdvocate because my mom chose life!"

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THANK YOU to everyone who participated in Life Chain 2014 all across the state last Sunday! We can never express just how important it is to stand for life PUBLICLY in our communities! Keep changing hearts and saving lives, #ProLifeOregon!

THANK YOU to everyone who participated in Life Chain 2014 all across the state last Sunday! We can never express just how important it is to stand for life PUBLICLY in our communities! Keep changing hearts and saving lives, #ProLifeOregon!

Baby Shane Haley was born at 2:25 am and passed away at 6:15 this morning. His parents, upon learning of his diagnosis of anencephaly, chose against abortion. Instead they made the most of the time they had and took preborn Shane on many activities to check off a “bucket list” before birth.
Please pray for his parents and family.
Read more: http://on.fb.me/1vUiGkR

Baby Shane Haley was born at 2:25 am and passed away at 6:15 this morning. His parents, upon learning of his diagnosis of anencephaly, chose against abortion. Instead they made the most of the time they had and took preborn Shane on many activities to check off a “bucket list” before birth.

Please pray for his parents and family.

Read more: http://on.fb.me/1vUiGkR

PLEASE PRAY for Brittany Maynard—at 29 years old, she has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. She and her family have moved to Portland from California to access Oregon’s “Death with Dignity” assisted suicide program. She intends to end her life on November 1st, 2014. Claiming she is not suicidal, she explained that she is afraid to die in the way that her doctors described to her when giving her diagnosis. She was told that she would die painfully and slowly—experiencing headaches, seizures, and vomiting. “Being able to choose to go with dignity is less terrifying,” she noted. Please pray for Brittany’s tragic situation and for her family—though we can never imagine the terror she must be going through with the horror stories her doctors have given her, choosing to end her own life out of fear for the future is no solution. She should have the best cancer professionals in the region comforting her and helping her manage pain to live as long and meaningful a life as possible! There is absolutely nothing dignified about being told you’re not worth keeping around and being properly taken care of.Read her story: http://bit.ly/1EriOfI

PLEASE PRAY for Brittany Maynard—at 29 years old, she has been diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. She and her family have moved to Portland from California to access Oregon’s “Death with Dignity” assisted suicide program. She intends to end her life on November 1st, 2014. 

Claiming she is not suicidal, she explained that she is afraid to die in the way that her doctors described to her when giving her diagnosis. She was told that she would die painfully and slowly—experiencing headaches, seizures, and vomiting. 

“Being able to choose to go with dignity is less terrifying,” she noted. 

Please pray for Brittany’s tragic situation and for her family—though we can never imagine the terror she must be going through with the horror stories her doctors have given her, choosing to end her own life out of fear for the future is no solution. She should have the best cancer professionals in the region comforting her and helping her manage pain to live as long and meaningful a life as possible! There is absolutely nothing dignified about being told you’re not worth keeping around and being properly taken care of.

Read her story: http://bit.ly/1EriOfI

"#ImAnAdvocate because I regret my abortion."
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"#ImAnAdvocate because I regret my abortion."

This brave photo was submitted by one of our followers. Why are you an advocate for life? Join the conversation! Here’s how to participate: http://bit.ly/YV3WFx

Our incredible executive director, Gayle, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and begins chemotherapy today. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she wrote this month’s blog post on the abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link. Please, read her blog post, leave her messages of encouragement here, then (if you are of age and a female) go schedule your mammogram. Please also share this post with your friends to give them a heads’ up on the ABC link and a reminder to get regular cancer screening.https://ortl.org/life-thoughts-archive.html

Our incredible executive director, Gayle, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and begins chemotherapy today. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she wrote this month’s blog post on the abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link. Please, read her blog post, leave her messages of encouragement here, then (if you are of age and a female) go schedule your mammogram. 

Please also share this post with your friends to give them a heads’ up on the ABC link and a reminder to get regular cancer screening.

https://ortl.org/life-thoughts-archive.html