Pro-Lifers Aim to Advance Movement Beyond Overturning Roe v. Wade

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Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade and returned abortion matters fully to the states, it is time to rebuild the culture of life in America, according to Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council.

“Life has been, and will be even more so, an issue in every election,” Perkins said Thursday at the Pray Vote Stand Summit hosted by FRC Action, the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council. The summit, happening this week at First Baptist Church of Atlanta in Georgia, includes discussions of current cultural issues impacting faith, family, and freedom from a biblical worldview.

For the first time, life is on the ballot in a meaningful way, and voters should look at what lawmakers are doing and saying now, according to participants in the panel discussion, “Life After Roe: Where Do We Go From Here?”

“We have 50 years of abortion baked into our culture, and it has seeped into every ethos in terms of how we approach a sexual ethic, how we approach a moral ethic, how we look at abortion,” said Cole Muzio, president of Frontline Policy Council, a Georgia-based Christian family advocacy group. “We have to make sure that we’re loving women and stepping up as a church and as the Body of Christ to serve and care for them and meet this moment.”

Brandi Swindell is founder and CEO of Stanton Healthcare, an Idaho-based life-affirming network of medical clinics specializing in unexpected pregnancy care. She says Stanton is intentional in going where women are, to offer services.

“That means a key part of our strategy is opening clinics right next door to Planned Parenthoods. Right next door to abortion clinics,” Swindell said, adding that Planned Parenthood sued Stanton over that, but they are not going to be bullied because women deserve access to life-affirming care.

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