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A New Beginning for North Carolina

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Today marks the first day of a long journey for North Carolina. Abortion-on-demand has been legal in our state for 40 years, but the time has come for it to end.

31,000 children are legally murdered in North Carolina every year. You can break that down to 4 Sandy Hook 1st grade classrooms per day.

These children are every bit human, every bit alive, every bit made in the image of God, and every bit granted the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as any American 1st grader.

We used to have 22 abortion mills in North Carolina. That is, until one shut down a few weeks ago in Greensboro. That city still has two left. There’s 21 left in the state. This journey will end when there are no more to shut down by the grace of God.

How will abortion in North Carolina be abolished? When you become a part of the solution.

But not just you. Your church too.

You see, the greatest legalized evil of our age will not cease until the Church wakes up from her slumber.

She has been asleep for 40 years. This has cost the lives of over 55 million babies, most of whom had no one to speak for them.

Will you wake up?

Will you be salt and light?

Will you love your neighbor as yourself?

Will you expose the works of darkness?

Will you “Rescue those who are being taken away to death; hold back those who are stumbling to the slaughter” (Proverbs 24:11)?

We are the Abolitionist Society of North Carolina, and we pray you will answer the call. We aim to help you and your Church enter the battle for souls and pre-born children.

With the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ as our foundation, a desire to obey all that Christ has commanded us, and a radical love for our neighbor, we hope you join us to abolish human abortion.

We welcome you to get to know us, and contact us immediately to get involved.

Stay tuned.

Soli Deo Gloria.




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