John Pisciotta, Director of Pro-Life Waco
- Protest Bank of America on Tuesday in Waco
- Protest Bank of America in Austin on Thursday
- Interstate-35 Pedestrian Overpass Outreach in Waco on Saturday--the day of the Baylor/OU football game.
I begin with #3. Our pedestrian overpass outreach in October was rained out. We are back this Saturday on a day that will bring a lot of new and traffic to the interstate because of the Baylor/Oklahoma Big 12 game. Parenthetically, this is the top college football game of the weekend. The time for the overpass outreach will be noon to 2 PM. We will start setting up the display at 11:30. So you’re welcome to come out early and help. Don’t let 2015 go by without participating for at least 30 minutes in this powerful public outreach event. Thousands of passengers will see our pro-life signs. There’s no need to be out the whole time. All the signs are G rated. This is a fine opportunity to bring out the whole family or a church group. You may park your vehicle on South 8th street where this street approaches I-35.
The #ProtestBOA game plan in Waco is the same as it has been for two months. While this outreach repeat each week, the responses are new and positive. We have customers complaining to Bank of America managers about their alliance with Planned Parenthood or simply closing out their accounts. On Tuesday November 10, we deliver #ProtestBOA at 1100 N. Valley Mills Dr. in Waco from 11 to 1 p.m. Park in the Kentucky Fried Chicken lot directly across the street from Bank of America or use street parking of Emerson Drive which is right off of Lake Air Drive (with Harold Waite Restaurant on your right and Uncle Dan’s BBQ Restaurant on your left). Bank of America management hopes we fade away. We will not. I am hoping and praying from 25 instead of 10 pro-lifers participating in #ProtestBOAon Tuesday. The event will be a blessing to those who step forward.
I recently read a short essay on how to teach your children to be courageous in public Christian witness. The article left out what I think is the strongest way to teach a child Christian witness. This is let your child catch you in acts of Christian public witness with your child on your shoulders or at your side.