Midwest’s Largest Pro-Life Event Expands to Six Cities

Spanning three weeks in January and covering five states, pro-life advocates from around the Midwest will gather in multiple locations leading up to the March for Life Chicago. The march, an annual event, draws thousands from across the Midwest to celebrate all human life from conception through natural death. Overseen by weDignify and dozens of local organizations, this year’s March for Life Chicago will lead the Midwest pro-life movement in voicing its support for life in a new way – through the Moving the Movement, a multicity tour with stops in Des Moines, IA, Indianapolis, IN, Omaha, NE, Madison, WI, Mundelein IL, and Fort Wayne, IN, in the weeks leading up to the March for Life Chicago downtown in the Chicago loop.

Gospel for Asia Helps Release Thousands from ‘Jaws of Hunger’

Hunger relief efforts led by two Texas-based organizations are helping thousands of families in Texas struggling with COVID-19 hardships.

Group Urges President, Senate to Act Now to Fill Supreme Court Vacancy

D. James Kennedy Ministries today called on President Donald Trump and the U.S. Senate to fulfill their constitutional obligations to appoint and confirm a Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy on the court created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

California Church Celebrates Nearly 1,000 People Baptized on Beach During ‘Spiritual Revival’

One California church is rejoicing over the record number of baptisms that took place on September 12.

Samaritan’s Purse Aiding Victims of West Coast Wildfires

Samaritan’s Purse is responding to the historic wildfires that continue to devastate the West Coast as thousands of families return to find their homes and years of priceless memories destroyed. The organization’s volunteers are on the ground in Santa Cruz, California, helping impacted communities sift through the ashes— searching for anything that may have survived the flames. A team of disaster response specialists is also working with local officials and church partners in Medford, Oregon. As soon as local authorities provide necessary clearance, volunteers will begin helping families start to recover.

Group Launches New ‘Hunger Map’ to Tackle ‘Hunger Epidemic’

With a 40 percent jump in the number of Americans going hungry due to COVID-19, a group has launched a new way to tackle the nation’s surging hunger epidemic.

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