Drivers Needed to Help Save Lives!

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10549271_10153060690895170_3805370317002356178_oThrough the testimonies that we share, I’m sure that you can see the tremendous impact that Cities4Life and our Life Network partners are making as lives are being saved from death and changed by the power of the Gospel! The H.E.L.P Crisis Pregnancy Center of Monroe has been so faithful to bring out their mobile ultrasound unit to sidewalks outside the darkest places in our city. Studies show that around 78% of abortion-minded women, who see an ultrasound of heir unborn child, end up choosing life their child! We are excited that the H.E.L.P Crisis Pregnancy Center has expanded their presence of the sidewalk from 4 days a week to 5! This is such a huge blessing as more women will be given the opportunity to see their little ones and to receive Gospel-centered counseling aboard the R.V. There is a need however for more drivers to volunteer to transport the RV from the H.E.L.P Crisis Pregnancy Center to the sidewalk at the abortion mill and to transport it back. Please read the details below from the H.E.L.P Crisis Pregnancy Center and do pray about joining our time to bring this life-saving tool to the sidewalks where the message of Life and the Gospel is being proclaimed daily:

Good news!! As of March we will be expanding our mobile ultrasound ministry from 4 days to 5 days a week!! We will start going to Latrobe on Mondays. We are currently there Tues, Wed, Fri, and Sat. This is a great chance for men to get involved in saving lives of the innocent. We need drivers especially to cover Mondays. You don’t need a CDL we will train you. We leave at 8:00 am and leave the Abortion mill around 1:00. You can do one day a month or one day a week or what ever you can. This is a opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Last year we saw over 500 babies saved!! We are making a difference and you can too. Please contact the center at 704-289-5133 or call Dave Neubert at 704-361-4231. If you are interested you can ride along any of these days and see what it is like.

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