Blogs 4 Life

So, Portia's on vacation, and so she sends me here to blog for her. I got nothing, I mean NOTHING in my head right now (take that however you want), and so I'm struggling for ideas. Luckily, Charmaine Yoest had something for me. She points to Blogs4Life, who has this as their stated goal:

Blogs4Life focuses on the strategic use of the blogosphere and weblog technology to communicate a Christian pro-life message that will engage the postmodern culture, heal the broken hearted, catalyze change and motivate action. Special emphasis is placed upon blogging activities that reach and impact the local or grassroots level.

Whether you know it or not, I'm extremely Pro-Life. Like, really Pro-Life. If anyone believe in the sanctity of life, how could you sponsor the taking of it in as a matter of convenience?

Now, I'm quite aware that there are medical reasons in which an abortion must be performed. You've got to ask yourself, when was the last time you heard about somebody getting an abortion because the mother's life was in danger? I've never heard about it.

Then again, I'm not a medical expert. Neither are the majority of Americans. But, a few people in black robes took away the right for us to decide that issue.

If you want to know more about this, there's information for how to get involved if you click the extended entry.

I took this strait from Blogs4Life:

Help make the first Pro-Life Blog Conference a successful one. How can you help?

1) You can put up a post along with the logo on your site about the convention.

2) You can put one of our logos in the sidebar of your site and keep it there until the conference is over.

Click here for links to the logos

3) Tell everyone you know can about the conference and encourage them to take part.

Posted by Macabee at December 19, 2005 09:32 PM | TrackBack

Hey Mac, are you coming to the conference??! That would be so cool!

Posted by: charmaine at December 20, 2005 05:34 AM

I'd love to go, I just need some bank-rolling.

$190,000 would be a good start.

Posted by: MacStansbury at December 20, 2005 07:35 PM