Friday, June 28, 2013

Featured on Live Action News - Life of the Week

Live Action News has a really neat series this summer called Life of the Week.
Here's some information about the series from Live Action's website:

Starting tomorrow, June 7, 2013, you can expect to find an exciting new column here at Live Action News & Opinion.
Every Friday, we will share a “Life of the Week” story with you. Life of the Week will highlight a person – and perhaps his or her organization – who is working hard to make life count in our nation or throughout the world.
Through their work or their decision to tell their personal story, these people and organizations are having an influence on our culture. Though they come from many different walks of life, they have one thing in common: their desire and commitment to value life, however it comes.
We will share true stories of people who reach out to women in crisis pregnancies, parents who made a choice for life for their unborn children despite a tragic medical diagnosis, women who suffered from the effects of abortion and are now speaking out, artists and writers who use their talents to speak out for life, and more…
This series will run through the summer and possibly longer. Here at Live Action, we hope you are motivated and inspired by these stories to do your own part to save and value life. It’s one thing to talk about how precious life is, and it’s another thing to do something about it.
As you read the upcoming Life of the Week columns, ask yourself, “What can I do?” When you find your own answer, tell us on Facebook or Twitter (@LiveAction_News) or comment below the Life of the Week stories. We’re excited to see your answers!

I'm so honored to be featured in this series this week!


I thought Laura did a wonderful job writing this up. Thank you Laura and Live Action for posting this! Take a few minutes to read the column here: Life of the Week: From abortion to pro-life speaker. And please feel free to "like" and share! :)

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1 comment:

  1. Hannah, your story blesses me so very much. I've been following you since your blog first showed up years ago. I live very close to you and I hope to one day meet in person! Keep doing what you are doing!

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