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Please join the Community Pregnancy Center of Anchorage, Heart to Heart Pregnancy Resource Center in Eagle River, HeartReach Center of Wasilla, Pregnancy Center of the Tanana Valley, and Alaska Right to Life at the free VOICELESS movie premier near you.
VOICELESS is about a young, reserved, war veteran, who moves to Philadelphia to take a new ministry job and puts his life on the line to stand against an abortion clinic that moved across the street from the church.
VOICELESS addresses the need that nearly every church has yet to fill: ministry to women and men who have suffered the devastating effects of abortion.
VOICELESS attendance is free – there is no charge to join us for the movie. Alaska Right to Life and partnering Pregnancy Recourse Centers will share opportunities to both invest and volunteer with both ministries.
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By: TED HARVEY Click HERE to sign up for the 1 Day Crash Course in Wasilla on How to hold your Politician Accountabele: Taught by Ted Harvey This Saturday! She sings the anthem to applause, then her secret is revealed to stunned […]
by Steven Ertelt- After almost 40 years of legalized abortions throughout the United States — and longer in states that okayed abortions pre-Roe — the U.S. population has been decimated to the point that the nation is seeing the lowest […]
Dozens of states are refusing to participate in the pro-abortion Obamacare scheme and several states have still yet to make a decision about it. Leading pro-life and conservative activists are calling on voters in states yet to decide to ask […]
Planned Parenthood sued the state of Arizona Monday in an effort to overturn a law that blocks funding for its health clinics because the organization also performs abortions. The new law is part of a national campaign against Planned Parenthood orchestrated by conservatives.
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services PHOENIX — On a 20-10 margin, the state Senate voted Tuesday to ban virtually all abortions at 20 weeks of gestation, a measure that Planned Parenthood Arizona says makes it the most restrictive in the nation. […]
Some health care providers in the State of Alaska are abusing terminally ill patients and denying care based on a presumption of statutory authority for a doctor to unilaterally place DNR orders on patients against their own will, and that of their families. Backed by the expertise of so-called “ethics committees” acting as death panels, these institutions have empowered doctors in their employ to play God, and apparently there is no recourse. The Alaska Health Care Decisions Act offers immunity to health care providers against charges of assisted suicide, or homicide, in such cases.