In 1973, a small group of pro-lifers joined a Catholic attorney named Nellie Gray for dinner. Six months prior, the U.S. Supreme Court had issued its infamous Roe v. Wade decision that made abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy the default law of every state. These advocates for the unborn were determined not to let the one-year anniversary of the decision pass without acknowledging it with a march -- a protest demanding that Congress (as Nellie put it) "pay attention to 20,000 people coming in the middle of winter to tell them to overturn Roe v. Wade." And so, the March for Life was born.

Forty-nine years later, those who believe the truth that an unborn child is a human being still march every year. Snow, shine, or freezing cold (like this year), the rabbi has blown his shofar, the students have chanted, and people have come from all across the country to stand for life.

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From U.S. border to South Asia, 1.2 billion children face 'horrors,' exploitation on sickening scale

CYBERSEX TO CHILD SACRIFICE: The humanitarian crisis on America's southern border featured in a shocking new report that examines the horrors facing the world's children in 2022.
CYBERSEX TO CHILD SACRIFICE: The humanitarian crisis on America's southern border featured in a shocking new report that examines the horrors facing the world's children in 2022. "Children in Crisis: The World's Greatest 'Badge of Shame'" (www.gfa.org/press/KidsCrisis), just released by Texas-based mission agency GFA World (www.gfa.org), reveals child exploitation on a global scale.

WILLS POINT, Texas -- America's humanitarian border crisis is featured in a shocking new report that examines the horrors facing the world's children in 2022.

Many migrant boys and girls fall prey to human traffickers, smugglers, and drug cartels en route to the U.S., according to the report "Children in Crisis: The World's Greatest 'Badge of Shame'" (http://www.gfa.org/press/KidsCrisis) by Texas-based humanitarian agency GFA World (www.gfa.org).

The report highlights a terrifying U.S. Border Patrol video that shows human smugglers dropping sisters – 3 and 5 years old from Ecuador – over a 14-foot section of the border fence in the New Mexico desert. The smugglers ran off, leaving the young girls alone in the dark.

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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, January 31, 2022:  Tonight on Nite Line Pastor Annie Broughton welcomes Donnette Robinson for an in-depth discussion about her books, Broken Promises:  Words Do Hurt and The Transition.  This program features music by Donnette Robinson.

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High School Invitational Tournament

Bob Jones University will host 16 high school teams from around the country to compete in the 50th annual Invitational Basketball Tournament Jan. 25-28 in the Davis Field House.

The tournament will feature eight men’s teams and eight women’s teams from Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. Over 150 student-athletes will compete during the three-day tournament.

This year’s tournament will feature Bob Jones Academy (Greenville), Cramerton Christian Academy (Cramerton, North Carolina), Emmanuel Christian Academy (Newington, Connecticut), Grace Christian School (Huntington, West Virginia), Harvester Christian Academy (Douglasville, Georgia), Life Christian Academy (Kissimmee, Florida), State Line Rush (Galax, Virginia) and Tabernacle Christian School (Monroe, North Carolina).

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Roe v Wade March 2022

WASHINGTON -- While pro-lifers lay thousands of flowers at the Supreme Court to honor children who have died from abortion, and women shared their personal stories of abortion grief, pro-choice advocates danced and celebrated abortion violence.

Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of Stanton Public Policy Center:

"It was deeply disturbing to see radical pro-choice activists celebrate the killing of innocent children and mock women sharing painful stories of abortion regret. Their actions clearly demonstrate that the pro-abortion movement has never truly been concerned about the well-being of women or their empowerment."

For more information or interviews contact: Rev. Patrick Mahoney at 540.538.4741

Click here to download a short video taken at the Supreme Court on Jan. 22, 2022, the Roe v. Wade Memorial.  

Click here to view photographs.

Click here to view video online. 

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SOURCE Stanton Public Policy Center/Purple Sash Revolution

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The tens of thousands of pro-lifers who made the trek to Washington, D.C. this morning didn't just come to support the unborn. They came to see history. For 49 years, they've slogged through rain, snow, sleet, and freezing cold for the March for Life with one prayer in their hearts: an end to Roe v. Wade. Today, that dream is closer than ever.

The hope that started blooming two years ago with the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett has exploded into full-blown optimism now, as the Supreme Court considers the first direct challenge to unlimited abortion in a generation: Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. After a half-century, Roe could finally fall -- ending a bloody legacy that cost our nation 63 million lives. If it does, the young people standing in the sun this afternoon will remember this moment. They'll remember the belief on everyone's faces and the anticipation they felt wondering if this stop on the steps of the Supreme Court could finally be their last.

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Dallas-based Energy Transfer says the gas will continue to flow to Luminant's power plants but did not say for how long. Meanwhile, winter weather approaches.

A fight is unfolding between two Texas energy giants, and power to 400,000 homes is being used as leverage.

One of Texas’ largest power providers on Wednesday asked state regulators to intervene and stop Dallas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer from halting natural gas service to its power plants.

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