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First Week of Advent: Pray for Hope

Posted by Care Net on Nov 29, 2015 10:00:00 AM


Over the next four Sundays of Advent and on Christmas Eve, we really hope you'll be able to join Care Net as we pray for the unborn and their parents. The Christmas season is one filled with meaning for those of us in the fight for life, as we remember that the entire world was changed by hope fulfilled when one frail infant entered it.

At the bottom of this post, you'll find a Bible verse that you can cut out and memorize as part of your devotions or with your family... It can sit on your fridge, or your kitchen table with your advent wreath. Each week, a new verse will be made available, so  maybe you can use it to make a hanging mobile craft with your kids or grandkids!

This week, please join us in praying for:

Mothers and fathers facing pregnancy decisions to find an enduring hope despite their situation that would encourage them to choose LIFE for their unborn children.

All those who feel they have no hope, that they would hear the story of the Holy Child in the manger and learn for themselves where their true hope and help lies.

Families who have chosen life but are struggling financially, emotionally, or spiritually, that they would be surrounded by members of their families and communities and given new reasons to look with anticipation towards the future.



Can you take 30-seconds to sign a pledge against abortion and infanticide?

Some pro-choice activists now publicly defends infanticide. As believers in Jesus Christ, we know that every baby deserves protection and that abortion breaks God's heart.

Planned Parenthood and their allies promise horrific new abortion laws across America unless we act.

Say, “I stand with other believers against abortion and infanticide."

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