Can I Be Honest With You?

January 25

I want to end the March for Life. I’m serious.

According to the most recent data, more than 33,000 babies are aborted in Georgia each year. That number does not include the growing number of babies that are killed via a prescription from a doctor- with a pill called RU-486. That’s essentially the size of Dalton, GA wiped out. Dead- ripped from the womb and torn apart before the opportunity to take their first breath.

With each March that passes, that means more and more death. So, while I will continue to join you and support the March until the day when abortion is no more, the need for the March should fill us with sorrow.

I am committed to ending the March for Life. I am committed electing pro-life leaders- convicted to do more than check the pro-life box and who will pursue with the dogged determination of William Wilberforce the abolition of abortion. And, I am committed to celebrating with you the day when all life is cherished here in Georgia and around the country.

I hope you will join me in this commitment.

Don’t forget- We have the opportunity to change the culture at the Capitol this year with the upcoming elections. The legislators pictured above are the pro-life leaders who attended the March for Life this year, and, if you want to grow that number, please support our election efforts.

Keep an eye out- In the coming weeks, we will have some BIG news about our support in the race to succeed Nathan Deal as the next Governor of Georgia. After an exhaustive vetting process, we will soon be ready to announce a decision that I could not be more excited about.

In case you missed it- We were quoted in the Atlanta Journal Constitution last week about a strong new religious freedom initiative from the Trump Administration.

What to pray for- With a number of bills we are focused on this session, please pray for our legislative efforts. Next week, I will send the bill numbers we are prioritizing with an action alert, but please be in prayer as we seek to glorify Him at the Capitol.

For His Glory,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director