Just two weeks from tomorrow, we will enter the largest 40 Days for Life campaign ever -- in 375 cities!

Find your nearest vigil location and sign up to pray.

Our nation -- and our world -- need prayer.

No one grows up wanting an abortion and your presence offers hope for women who feel they have no other option.

Even if you "see" no results, your prayers are there in solidarity with those baby boys and baby girls who are losing their lives just a short distance away from where you stand.

Though the world would stand ready to abandon these children, your prayers guarantee that they are not alone and not forgotten at that moment.

There is no peace inside of an abortion facility.

The abortion industry survives on the despair of secularism, which claims we can do whatever we want to whomever we want. Without God, we can place our will over others and appoint ourselves as the judge of their value.

That is the topic of the newest 40 Days for Life podcast episode, which discusses the power of prayer and the sterility of secularism.

We also break down the recent claim from Iceland that they've "eradicated" Down syndrome. Of course, all they have done is abort those who have it.

There are consequences to secularism ... but there are also consequences to prayer!

From September 27 to November 5, use your rights to give the joyful, silent witness of the love of Christ at otherwise despairing places.

Find your location and sign up for hours now.

As we prepare our hearts to enter into this massive campaign, let's trust these beautiful words from our Lord:

"In the world you will have trouble, but take courage; I have conquered the world" (John 16:33).

Shawn Carney, President/CEO

In addition to co-founding 40 Days for Life, Shawn is one of the most sought-after pro-life speakers, addressing audiences coast-to-coast and internationally. He has executive produced award-winning pro-life documentaries. Shawn co-authored the #1 top-rated Christian book: 40 Days for Life: Discover What God Has Done ... Imagine What He Can Do and also wrote The Beginning of the End of Abortion.