§ Volunteer Form

Click here to fill out our volunteer form. We can help you identify what you would like to do to help the unborn, and then connect you with either our efforts or other efforts near you

§ What is Pro-Life Unity?

To achieve Pro-Life Unity we will establish standards that we all agree upon, and efforts that we all regularly participate in. By working together we can challenge the culture of death and the apathy which is pervasive in our society.

§ Action Code

Help promote the Pro-Life Action Calls which are put out by Pro-Life organizations nationwide.

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to email us and we will send you the Action Code & sign you up as a member of Pro-Life Unity. Your site will be listed on the Members page

§ Life Principles

Click here for the timeless Life Principles that were established over 30 years ago by the March for Life Education and Defense Fund.


It’s all in there!

What does it take to be a complete human being? Is it your eye color, your hair or height that makes you a person?  As human beings we are all on a constant journey of change. From the moment we begin developing we continue to develop all the way through life. Most of us tend to think that developing is something we do during childhood, but at every stage in life we are changing.
 
During fertilization the two sets of DNA combine to create a previously nonexistent human being.  Many abortionists call this a fertilized egg. In fact, a recent attempt to extend personhood to preborn human beings was countered by that same term and was successfully used against them. The truth is the egg is a haploid cell meaning it only has half the genes needed to a complete a human being. Even more important every cell other than the one that results from fertilization is just a copy of another cell. These cells can only replicate themselves.

The cell that results from fertilization, will (if allowed to live) become every cell type in every tissue in every organ in every system of the body. It’s all in there; from face to feet, from eye color to height.  This cell is a complete human being and the only difference between that cell and every other human being is its stage of development.  When we are babies we don’t look like we will as young children. As teenagers we don’t look like we will in our fifties. At every stage of development we change, why should our lives be worth less at certain stages and not others?

Every life is created equal and should be protected equally.  If you agree join us every first Friday of the month and contact your representative and tell them to support life.

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