The second 40 Days for Life campaign of the year came to a close on October 31st, and it can only be described as a great success! This campaign saved the lives of hundreds of unborn babies, and adds to the proud legacy of 40 Days for Life.
According to the 40 Days for Life website, 632 babies were saved from abortion during the campaign. Remember that this number is based on first-hand accounts of women who chose not to have an abortion thanks to 40 Days for Life, and the actual number of babies saved whose mothers did not share their stories is likely much higher.
Another triumph for this 40 Days of Life campaign is the fact that at least four abortion mill employees walked away from their jobs and left the abortion industry behind for good. Nothing shows the fact that 40 Days of Life is succeeding in changing hearts and minds like the fact that people are willing to leave their livelihood behind to join the Pro-Life cause.
This fall campaign adds to the rich history of successes of 40 Days for Life. There have been six nationally coordinated campaigns since 2007. During these campaigns, 40 Days has saved a documented 2,811 babies from abortion. It is also known that thirty-five abortion facility workers have quit their jobs in direct response to these campaigns and that that five abortion mills completely shut down following local 40 Days for Life campaigns.
These facts show that 40 Days for Life is saving lives, damaging the abortion industry, and winning hearts and minds for the Pro-Life cause. For more information about 40 Days for Life, visit their official website at www.40daysforlife.com and prayerfully consider helping with the next campaign.