Two Abortion Mills Close in Florida

By Michele Herzog Central Florida Branch Manager Pro-Life Action Ministries The beginning of 2016 has ushered in the closure of two abortion mills here in Central Florida and we praise God for this and give HIM all the glory!  The end of January brought the tremendous news that the WomanCare abortuary in Orlando had been […]

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Our 35th Year Anniversary

March 5, 2016 marked the 35th anniversary of Pro-Life Action Ministries. The founders of this ministry recognized that in order to bring an end to abortion, much work needed to be accomplished in many areas, from the political to the legislative to the educational, to pregnancy help centers, post-abortive healing ministries, and even outreaches to […]

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PP Down in Clients, Up in Tax Funding

January 6, 2016 — (Editor’s note — The following is condensed from a January 6 press release by The Susan B. Anthony List. For more information, go to: https://www.sba-list.org/home/planned-parenthood-report-terrible-return-on-investment-for-taxpayers) (T)he national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List released a new fact sheet detailing the dramatic decline in Planned Parenthood’s (PP) non-abortion services, despite the fact […]

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For Such a Time as This

By Brian Gibson, Executive Director With the release of the undercover videos beginning July 14, we realized an opportunity as we had never imagined.  For the first time in decades, Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry became vulnerable.  Because of the widespread prevalence of the Inter-net, and in particular, YouTube, the mainstream […]

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UMN Violating Minnesota’s Fetal Disposal Law?

(Above Photo: On October 21, Students for Human Life at the University of Minnesota (UMN), in conjunction with Pro-Life Action Ministries and the Minnesota Family Council,  led a protest of the use of aborted baby parts for research at UMN.   They are asking for an investigation and clarification of policy from UMN President Eric Kaler.  State Rep. (and UMN alum) Abigail […]

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Greater Participation in this Fall’s 40 Days for Life

(Above photo: Led by Pastor Larry Willman of Payne Avenue Evangelical Free Church, pro-lifers kneel in prayer November 1 outside the Planned Parenthood abortion mill in St. Paul during the Closing Prayer Rally of the Fall 40 Days for Life Campaign.  Other prayer leaders that day were retired Archbishop John Neinstedt and Pastor Brian Lother of Hope Community Church, Corcoran.) by […]

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Planned Parenthood Sneaks into Little Canada, Minn.

Planned Parenthood (PP) opened a large abortion referral/birth control center on Rice St. just north of Highway 36 in Little Canada in late summer.  (This satellite facility was previously housed in a strip mall near the intersection of Rice and Larpenteur in Maplewood, about a mile south of the new location.)  This was city-owned land and the developer, Mark Davis […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Takes Two Major Abortion-Related Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of a 2013 Texas law that requires abortion facilities to meet minimum health  and safety standards and that requires abortionists to maintain hospital privileges within 30 miles of their mills. Parts of the law have already been implemented, forcing the closing of about half of Texas’ […]

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Continuing the “Firestorm”

 Our billboard on I-94 near Albertville, Minn. is seen by tens of thousands every day.  The billboard message is meant to challenge everyone, especially Planned Parenthood supporters to ‘See For Yourself’ the practices of the abortion giant. Another billboard recently went up on I-35 by Hinkley, Minn.  We have also created business cards with a […]

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National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children

Red roses were placed on the gravesite of 13 aborted babies in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minn. , September 12 as one by one their names were read off.  This solemn service, attended by 150 people, was one of 115 memorial services (42 at gravesites) held across the nation as part of the third annual National […]

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