Local Abortion Facility May Lose Its License

The Fort Lauderdale Women’s Center, site of seven 40 Days for Life prayer vigils over the past three and a half years, may lose its license to perform abortions. Complaints have been filed against the center and three others owned by late-term abortionist Dr. James Pendergraft by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration... -Read More


Why We stand For 40 Days and Pray

“When I went to have my abortion, if there was someone standing and praying in front of the center, I don’t think I would have gone through with it,” said Tewannah Aman, who had an abortion as an 18 year-old. “If I had seen someone holding a sign, as I now do, that read... -Read More


Prayer to End Abortion Brings Change

The effort to protect the sanctity of human life is advancing on many fronts. In 2013, 4,648 fewer abortions were performed in Florida than the previous year. And across the nation, 87 abortion centers were closed last year. The national statistics reflect this—the abortion rate in the U.S. has fallen to its lowest since... -Read More


Abortion Clinics Closing Around America

The heavy wooden doors of the building had a sign warning, “No Soliciting, No Trespassing.” The door opened and a woman came out, sobbing and weeping uncontrollably. As she looked toward the high iron fence surrounding the parking lot in front of the building, a woman standing on the sidewalk held up a sign,... -Read More


New Book Gives Hope & Mercy

Released in January, 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done… Imagine What He Can Do is a book that is bringing hope and fresh enthusiasm to the pro-life effort. It documents peaceful vigils, prayer and fasting, and community outreach campaigns at the local level, which has been changing the face of the... -Read More


Fighting for the Unborn

Can prayer be one of the most powerful tools in the campaign for the sanctity of life across America? John Aman, president of Broward Right to Life, thinks so. He sees it as a “local solution to a national problem.” Therefore, Aman and others have acted locally to join a national campaign called “40... -Read More