Voices For Life

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Saturday, January 2, 2016

2nd Annual Pro-Life Prayer and Witness Outside of Planned Parenthood in Warminster, Pennsylvania

If you are not able to attend the March for Life in Washington, DC.......



On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States of America handed down the infamous Roe v Wade decision allowing the killing of unborn children through all nine months of pregnancy. Every year since then, hundreds of thousands of citizens of our nation have gathered in Washington DC to stand up for the unborn and remind the world that abortion is a moral injustice.

There are many who cannot make the March for Life in Washington, but want to show their solidarity with those who are marching and giving witness in Washington, DC. Pro-Life Warriors from Bucks County, Pennsylvania plan to hold a prayer rally that day at our local Planned Parenthood.

At 12 noon on January 22, 2016, pro-life residents of Bucks County will gather in front of the Planned Parenthood located on Louis Drive in Warminster, PA  (map)  to pray and give witness.

We encourage everyone from this area who cannot make the March in Washington DC to join us to pray for an end to the horrible crime of abortion in this community, our nation, and the whole world.


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  1. I have a friend who needs lotsof prayers for her and her dad who is in a Memory Care Center in Pequot lakes, MN . they are not taking care of her father of 88 years old properly. Her sister is the Excecuture of his estate and has an assigned Gardian of the State who is in charge of his care. Neither one the sister or the guardian have her dads best interest in mind. The sister lives in Arizona , never visits him, the Guardian does not visit him either but they have both decided to put him on hospice, so he does not receive medication for diabetes anymore and they are feeding him pureed food and not very much food. My friend and/or her spouse visit him daily and say he is not dying, but they are slowly killing him by not providing him with the medication he needs for his diabetes. He is not getting enough food and they give him extra from the plate they order when they eat with him at meal time. Now that he is not on medications that kept him all drugged up before he is clearer mentally which is good but he is telling them about how he is mistreated when they are not there. They have seen the bruises on his body to prove it. he is capable of going for walks in the hall with assistance but they refuse to let her or her spouse take him for walks and they do not have a schedule when they walk him. The activity director assigned to the memory care unit at the facility does not directly provide activities. She gives the staff a list of ideas to carry out but does not oversee to make sure it is done, so there are never any activities planned or carried out for the people. My friend has tried to approach the staff, her sister and Guardian about these problems and they have tried to forbid her to visit her dad. She recently had to contact the Sheriff and have him go with her to the facility and have him tell them they had no right stop her from visiting him. So she is able to see him again but they treat her and her dad very rudely since this incident. She wants to get a lawyer for her dad to represent his rights and get him out of that facility but is having a hard time finding some one willing to take on the case. Do you have any suggestions or of an organization that can help her be an advocate for her dad. he is very afraid of the staff their and wants to go to live with his daughter, my friend (Her name is Connie Ford. Her dads name is Ralph Ford. What is really sad he was an Occupational therapist who was on the board of health dept for MN before he retied and used to oversee the services provided in care centers now he is a prisoner in one. Please pray for him and offer any kind of help possible. He is not catholic, but a good christian man who does not deserve this happening to him. He is from Nevis, MN but has been removed from his home town away from former friend and now is 1 hour away from where Connie his caring daughter lives. Which makes it a real difficult for her to visit daily but she does.

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    1. I will be adding your friend and her Dad to my prayer list.

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