The bus is back on the road! Repairs have been completed ... and we're rolling once again through West Virginia and Ohio.


At the state rally in Vienna, West Virginia, local leader Patty Cooper shared why abortion is personal to her. After she was born, her birth parents left her in a basket on someone's doorstep. She knows that if abortion had been legal in 1955, she likely wouldn't be here today. And Christy from Silent No More credited "the prayers of people I've never met" for bringing her to Christ's forgiveness after her abortion led her to despair.


Sharonville, Ohio is home to an abortion facility run by the notorious late-term abortionist Martin Haskell. It's a tragic place, but local volunteers report that business is WAY DOWN. In fact, there's actually a "for sale" sign in front of the building!

The 40 Days for Life leader here previously led a campaign in North Carolina. When she relocated to Ohio, she got involved in her new hometown.

We have been blessed along our trip to meet folks who have been praying publicly for an end to abortion for many years--even decades! Their work to build a culture of life is bearing fruit.


In Cincinnati, Ohio, Brenna Lewis of Students for Life shared that a majority of millennials now favor prohibiting abortion in most or all circumstances! In fact, she said millennials are the most pro-life generation. Help is on the way!

And now ... we?re on our way to see more of Ohio!

Steven Karlen, Campaign Director

Prior to joining the headquarters team, Steve directed several highly-successful 40 Days for Life campaigns in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. As campaign director, Steve helps local 40 Days for Life leaders build and improve life-saving efforts in their communities.