We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all human beings are created equal and are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among which is the right to life; and therefore:
- The life of each human being shall be preserved and protected from that human being’s biological beginning when the father’s sperm fertilizes the mother’s ovum, and
- The life of each human being shall be preserved and protected from the biological beginning throughout the natural continuum of that human being’s life by all available ordinary means and reasonable efforts, and
- The life of each human being shall be preserved and protected at each stage of the life continuum to the same extent as at each and every other stage regardless of state of health or condition of dependency, and
- The life of each human being shall be preserved and protected to the same extent as the life of each and every other human being regardless of state of health or condition of dependency, and
- When there is any doubt that there exists a human being’s life to preserve and protect, such doubt shall be resolved in favor of the existence of a human being, and
- When two or more human beings are in a situation in which their lives are mutually endangered, all available ordinary means and reasonable efforts shall be used to preserve and protect the life of each and every human being so endangered:
Wherefore, Pursuant to these Principles, we recommend and urge the adoption of a Mandatory Human Life Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America.
March For Life Education and Defense Fund - MarchForLife.org
Reverend Samuel Mosteller is a hunter and fisherman, who grew up in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Georgia. Raised on a farm, surrounded by loving supportive parents and 4 siblings, Rev. Mosteller learned hard work and integrity. He graduated from West Georgia College and served for 22 years in the U.S. Military from which he retired as Major. He spent 6 years abroad, living on 5 different continents in service to his country.
Rev. Mosteller is the assistant pastor at Good Shepherd Community Church and Headmaster of a christian school in Decatur, Georgia. He also works tirelessly as a teacher, cultural historian, motivational speaker, youth leader, counselor, researcher and strategist. He and his wife Kimberly have been married for 29 years and are blessed with two sons and a granddaughter.