Just a few years ago, JC Carpenter was homeless.
After spending years numbing the pain of her three abortions with drugs and alcohol, she found herself living in an alley.
JC had hit rock bottom...but God wasn't done with her yet.
JC returned to God, confessed her abortions to hundreds of Christians at a National Day of Prayer breakfast, and now helps lead the 40 Days for Life campaign in Yuba City, California.
She knows of at least a dozen babies she has personally helped save from abortion--the most recent, which took place this campaign...on her birthday!
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Grand Rapids, Michigan
Nobody can convey the pain and horror of abortion like a woman who's been through it.
This post-abortive mother made a powerful sign to start conversations with abortion-bound women in Grand Rapids.
Green Bay, Wisconsin
When a homeless veteran approached the 40 Days for Life vigil asking how to find a city bus that would get him to a local shelter, campaign participants decided to offer more than directions.
"This gentleman needed to use a walker, and it was a cold, windy, rainy night," wrote Christine in Green Bay.
An on-site prayer warrior treated him to a meal at a local restaurant and then drove him personally to the shelter.
"I saw Jesus Christ today in my [vigil participant] but also in that homeless gentleman," Christine said.
Then the word of the Lord came to me, saying: "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.”
— Jeremiah 1:4-5
Lord God, we confess that in You we live and move and have our being. Because You are, we are. May we find grace from You to affirm the being of every human and may we labor to make this truth known to the world around us.