Picture This: A Kansas Where Life Is Cherished

December 1
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For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”—Psalm 139:13-14

Dear Friends:

Welcome to the conclusion of our four-part series highlighting our vision — a state where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive and life is cherished.

At Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, we believe that life is a precious gift from God and that it should be protected from fertilization to natural death. (Or, as Gov. Brownback is fond of saying, “womb to tomb.”) We are blessed to live in Kansas, which has long been on the frontline of the fight for life.

It wasn’t always this way. Wichita was once known as the “Late-Term Abortion Capital of the Country” for attracting women who could not legally have late-term abortions in other states to the infamous abortionist, Dr. Tiller. But, a dedicated group of faithful Christians stood up to say, “No more.” Over several years, they changed the culture and laws of Kansas.

The fight isn’t over. Any day now, we anticipate a ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court that could undo most or all of our pro-life laws. Family Policy Alliance of Kansas is working closely with a coalition of pro-life groups to ensure any such decision is met with swift, strong response.

We want you to join us in this effort! Daniel 11:32 says, “…the people who know their God shall stand firm and take action.” Simply put, it’s not enough to stand for what we believe — we must also act.

At Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, we call this “unleashing citizenship,” and we are counting on your help to unleash a movement of change across our state. I know we can count on your prayers. Can we count on your support as well?

Together, let’s turn Kansas around for the glory of our God!

Sincerely,

Eric Teetsel
President and Executive Director

Part 1: What Does, “A Kansas Where God Is Honored” Mean?

Part 2: Picture This: A Kansas Where Religious Freedom Flourishes

Past 3: Picture This: A Kansas Where Families Thrive