More than 200 people have joined the Church Awareness Project! Should you?

229 people have signed up to become a part of the Church Awareness Project.

If you haven’t done so already, there’s still time to become a part of this project. When you sign up, we’ll send you a link to download an advance copy of the Church Leader’s Kit, which includes educational materials for yourself or to share with your pastor, ministry leaders and others in your church.

The Church Leader’s Kit includes a newly updated, electronic copy of The Jericho Plan: Breaking Down the Walls That Prevent Post-Abortion Healing.

This guide for pastors and other church leaders will help them talk about abortion in a way that is truthful, yet compassionate and unifying. They will be able to share a message that reinforces the humanity of the unborn while also helping their congregations understand that most abortions are unwanted or coerced and that abortion harms not only the unborn child, but also the mothers, fathers and families involved.

It will also help transform our churches into places that are active in defending the God-given rights and dignity of both women and their unborn children, and offering real support to women, men and families that have been spiritually and emotionally wounded by abortion.

You can read an excerpt from The Jericho Plan here, and decide for yourself if this is a message that your pastor, church leaders and other members of your faith community need to hear.

If so, join the Church Awareness Project to get the Church Leader’s Kit, plus other news, information and free resources for your church.

Plus, we will also soon be asking for your input and sharing news about a special event in which your church can participate. We are really looking forward to being a part of this project with you as it continues to develop!

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