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Focus on the Family will share powerful pro-life event on Saturday

The issue of abortion is front and center as the presidential race heats up and President Donald Trump appoints the successor to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “See Life 2020,” on online event form Focus on the Family, will expose the pain of abortion and celebrate the wonders of life. The event can be seen at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sep. 26, at www.focusonthefamily.com/see-life.

focus on the familyProminent pro-life speakers and musicians will share powerful stories, commentary and music written and recorded specifically for the event. Benjamin Watson, Jeanne Mancini, Candace Owens, Mike Singletary, Lila Rose, Alveda King, Abby Johnson, Danny Gokey, Phil Stacey, Selah and more will be featured throughout the event. A 4D ultrasound of a baby will highlight the event, offering the truth of pre-born life.

“See Life 2020” will premiere following Trump’s announcement of his selection of a Supreme Court nominee, a decision that will have life-and-death consequences for decades to come. The premiere will provide a history of the pro-life movement in the United States while addressing the racist history of Planned Parenthood and its successful attempt to wipe out an entire generation of black Americans.

“Americans are appropriately aggrieved by the news of 200,000 COVID-19 deaths,” said Jim Daly, president and CEO of Focus on the Family. “But what about the 63 million children lost to abortion since 1973? Where is the empathy and anguish? Once you see the reality of life inside the womb, you can no longer trade the truth for a lie. It’s clear that seeing the baby firsthand via ultrasound is a reality many don’t want people to see for themselves. We want them to see life.”

Viewers can watch the premiere on the website or social media platforms and are encouraged to sign the pledge to #LoveEveryHeartBeat.

–Dwight Widaman | Metro Voice

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