March 25, 2022 

 

 

 

Friday Focus


The Unjust War in Southwest Ohio

While the world is grief stricken from the deadly and unjust war in Ukraine, southwest Ohio prolifers have reason to be grief stricken because of our LOCAL deadly and unjust war. The war on unborn life.

This week, Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio received their largest donation to date, a 7.5-million-dollar gift from MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Nationally, this organization received 275 million dollars from Ms. Scott.

Any donation to our region’s largest killing center, our own Auburn Avenue death camp, is horrible. This sum of money is downright disgusting. What could this money possibly be used for other than extinguishing unborn heartbeats and breaking the hearts of frightened, pressured and unsupported mothers? Maybe this large sum of “blood money” will be used to purchase new dismembering tools, baby killing poison or perhaps ultrasound machines that guide the abortionist to the baby’s demise. 

Let’s pretend. What would a gift of millions of dollars have meant to a prolife organization?

  • A van with a high-def ultrasound to be parked outside the abortion business.
  • Billboards and internet ads guiding women to life-saving services and support. 
  • Donations to Cincinnati Right to Life Political Action Committee, our PAC for promotion and support of prolife candidates in our local and national elections. We need prolife lawmakers.
  • Financial support for a mom’s rent, tuition, car payments, childcare and more while mom adjusts to the surprise joy in her life.
  • Diapers, wipes, car seats, formula, clothes, medicine and all things baby and mom! New life adds up and we are here to help when we have the proper resources.
  • Mentoring and parenting classes and opportunities to build helpful, life-serving and strengthening relationships. Prolifers are ready to serve!
  • Money for educators to reach our youth that have not been taught the sanctity of preborn human life. Let's teach life!
  • Funding for adoptions and the legal process to place babies in homes of couples longing to be parents and build their family through adoption.
  • Maternity homes and housing for expecting college students in order for their education to continue while celebrating motherhood at the same time.
  • Financially support workers who leave the abortion industry and look for a new career.

During the global pandemic of 2020, more than 3,700 babies lost their lives to abortion in Hamilton County. More than 20,000 preborn Ohioans were slaughtered in the name of “choice”. 2020 was the first time in the history of Ohio that more people died than were born.

“A thief comes only to steal and slaughter and destroy; I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” – John 10:10.

How may God be asking you to help bring about life and not greater destruction here in Cincinnati? Contact us for ways to help. We have inspiration and are working towards serving the community with a big plan in an active and mobilized way. Contact us to stay informed of this plan and to take part spiritually or financially as we make final arrangements.

Hand-picked by a Pro-abortion President

As Senate confirmation hearings began for the historic nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, major concerns about her possible life-time appointment were shared in a letter to the Senate. On Monday, March 21, 2022, the chairs of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee received the letter from 40 leaders in the prolife movement. Articulation of the gravity of the Supreme Court Judicial nomination of Judge Brown Jackson are expressed in the letter.

Judge Brown’s comments during the confirmation process paired with her past legal decisions give notice to her anti-life sentiments. These adjoined with strong support from Planned Parenthood and other abortion businesses are red flags for those concerned with saving preborn people.

During the confirmation hearings, several answers were given by Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson when asked “When does life begin, in your opinion?”

“Senator, I don’t know,” she then laughed and added “I have personal, religious, and otherwise beliefs that have nothing to do with the law in terms of when life begins.” 

Also, when asked “What does viability mean when it comes to an unborn child, in your understanding?”

Part of her answer “I am not a biologist; I haven’t studied this.” She added when pressed, “What I know is that the Supreme Court has tests and standards that it has applied when it evaluates regulation of the right of a woman to terminate their pregnancy,” she said referring to abortion. “The court has announced that there is a right to terminate up to the point of viability, subject to the framework in Roe and Casey, and there is a pending case right now that is addressing these issues.” Read more here