Tag Archives: walk for life

How to Shepherd the Walk for Life

At 73 million per year worldwide, abortion is the greatest crime against humanity. And that number would be higher were it not for your moral conviction. Abortion is a mountain of injustice only faith can move. Society permits and even applauds abortion only because it fundamentally misunderstands what it means to be human under God.

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Pro-life Churches in NY Raise Over Three Quarters of a Million

New York is the abortion capital of the U.S. Yet, over 200 churches across New York raised an astounding three quarters of a million dollars at CompassCare’s annual Walk for Life on April 30th. CompassCare is a non-profit organization, providing ethical medical care and comprehensive community support, helping women considering abortion to have their preborn

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Prayer Requests & Praise Reports

CompassCare Needs Prayer

CompassCare vs. Cuomo Lawsuit On June 5th, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas McAvoy ruled on the lawsuit CompassCare v Cuomo. The lawsuit challenges a new labor law forcing Christian organizations, including churches, to employ people who do not align with the organization’s beliefs and mission. We are currently considering our legal options, but our principles

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Rochester, NY Residents and Churches Ask, “Who Is a Person?”

 1000 Expected to Attend ‘Walk-for-Life’ Asking the Question: Who is a Person? Largest Annual Display of Ecumenical Church Solidarity Rochester, NY—1000 pro-life people from the Rochester area representing scores of churches from both Protestant and Catholic traditions are expected to converge on the Highland Bowl this Saturday May 4th at 9 A.M. to celebrate the

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Legislation Jeopardizes CompassCare’s Services

Let’s review. In 1970 New York became the first State in the Union to legalize abortion-on-demand without even considering whether or not the child is a person. In 1973 the Supreme Court stated that a child in the womb is not a person, completely dehumanizing pre-born children, despite thousands of years of human experience to

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