?Just found out we have had a total of seven babies saved so far this campaign,? said Kathy, the local leader in Memphis.

In one instance, a family came to Planned Parenthood abortion center with three children. The staff would only allow the mother inside.

The mother told volunteers she just couldn?t have another child. The father said they could not support them. After a bit of discussion, though, the father began to understand. ?He got it,? the volunteer said.

They did not have the abortion.


People going into Planned Parenthood are responding to the simple question, ?Can I pray with you??

One woman answered ?yes,? and prayed ? then talked with ? vigil participants. She told them, ?I am here for an abortion, but I just can?t do it. I went inside ? there are so many sad people in Planned Parenthood.

Another volunteer got a response from the sign she carried: ?Pregnant? Need help? Ask me!? A woman who arrived with her two daughters saw that and called out, ?Where can I get help??

She was directed to a pregnancy center that offers assistance ? and positive options.

?We are so humbled and blessed to see what God is doing,? Kathy said.



With 40 Days for Life, David wears many hats. Prior to joining the 40 Days for Life team, he was an award-winning radio and TV journalist. He has also served as a board member for a pregnancy help center and as publications director for a major national pro-life organization.