The question is, "What is the most important reason for supporting 40 Days for Life?"

The answer is simple.

The babies!

I have met seven children saved from abortion during 40 Days for Life campaigns ... and today I want YOU to meet two.

Because of your prayers during the campaign that just ended, 872 babies were spared from abortion when their mothers chose life at the last possible moment.

They were scheduled to be aborted ... but they are alive today -- and often it was the sight of faithful people just like you praying outside the abortion center that made all the difference in the world.

Since 40 Days for Life started as a coordinated effort in 2007, we are aware of 12,668 children whose mothers had a change of heart and said "yes" to life.

The smiling child above is Larelle, whose mom chose life during a 40 Days for Life vigil in Indianapolis.

Praise God!

We only want to see that effort continue and grow in 2017 ... and the MOMENTUM supplied by the 40 Days for Life UNITED bus tour has re-energized volunteers who are ready to redouble their efforts in the year ahead.


The little girl signing the bus is Leia. She's five years old now -- her mom chose life during a 40 Days for Life vigil in La Puente, California.

Because of blessings like Larelle and Leia, committed 40 Days for Life participants have put up a matching challenge of $178,485.

Every gift given between now and midnight next Tuesday, November 22 -- up to the $178,485 amount -- will be DOUBLED!

Make a ONE-TIME GIFT now:

The annualized amount of every monthly pledge (multiply the monthly amount by 12) made between now and midnight next Tuesday, November 22 will also be DOUBLED!


Please help TODAY if at all possible -- and thank you to all who have given already!!

Let's keep the MOMENTUM going until abortion ends!

Shawn Carney, President

In addition to co-founding and directing the 40 Days for Life campaign, Shawn is a popular speaker, and co-author of the #1 Top-Rated Amazon Christian book: 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done ... Imagine What He Can Do