|In this issue...|
-- Get Involved! Activism Ideas and Guide to Hosting a Pro-life Week
-- Announcing...2011 CAMP JOSHUAS AND JOSHUA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE!
-- Louisiana Life March and Geaux Forth 2011 -- LSL Conference Success!
Hey Pro-Life friend,
Greetings! I hope your first semester of school has been great so far and you are excited for the upcoming holidays!
Here at Louisiana Right to Life, we are hoping that 2010-2011 school year will be filled with pro-life activities in all areas of the state, and we are here to help you reach out to your community to spread the pro-life message.
Do you want to save lives and change hearts on your campus? Get involved! Get active!
November Activism Ideas
Make Fall 2010 the semester to spread the Culture of Life on your campus!
- Put up the Cemetery of the Innocents dispaly on campus. This display of 3600 blue and pink flags symbolizes the lives lost everyday because of abortion. E-mail Kacie at email@example.com to get more information on using LARTL's set of flags.
- Wear a "Precious Feet" Pin to promote respect for Life. You can receive a pin from us by calling 504.835.6520.
- Also, plan a "Respect Life" week at your school! Have a different event every day of the week. See our guide to planning a Respect Life week.
- See a full list of possible events here!
"Gathering the People...Building a Culture of Life"
Saturday, January 22nd, 2011
10 AM - Noon | Baton Rouge, LA
For the first time, pro-lifers from Louisiana are invited to come unite to take a stand for Life in our great State's Capitol.
Bring a group to Baton Rouge for the Louisiana Life March!
Stamped. Sealed. Sent.
Louisiana's Preaux Life Rally in DC
January 22, 2011 Washington DC
6:00 to 9:00 PM
Location and other details TBA
Last year, Geaux Forth was a high-energy jampacked event with over 600 students from high schools and college across Louisiana.
This year, plans are set for an amazing night filled with music, awesome pro-life speakers, and the opportunity to hang out with over 700 new pro-life friends!
Registration will open on December 1, 2010 and the cost is $15 per participant.
More info to come soon!
See pictures from last year's Geaux Forth. You don't want to miss out on GF 2011!
Want to become a Pro-life LEADER?
Amazing Opportunities are headed your way for the 2010-2011 school year!
Don't forget to mark your calendar for Camp Joshua!
Louisiana Camp Joshua Louisiana Camp Joshua (LCJ), a weekend pro-life camp to train high school students to be pro-life leaders, is an amazing opportunity for the pro-life youth!
Teens can learn from top-notch pro-life leaders and receive the training they need to be an effective witness to Life in their communities and schools!
Louisiana Camp Joshua in Lake Charles: February 11-13, 2011
Louisiana Camp Joshua in Baton Rouge: April 1-3, 2011
Louisiana Camp Joshua North in RUSTON!: March 11-13, 2011
Visit the LCJ Website. Also, look our for flyers sent to your school and watch our for LCJ updates on the website!
Registration will open in January 2011. Keep checking for updates!
The Joshua Leadership Institute (JLI) is an exciting opportunity for high school students and entering college freshman to experience the pro-life movement in a way never before done! JlI is a weeklong program designed to equip you with education on ALL life issues and give you the chance to dialogue with new friends and some of the top pro-life leaders of the nation!
JLI 2011 will take place on June 26-July 1, 2011! Look out for more information and updates on when registration opens! Visit the website
for more information!
Thank you for all you do for Life!
For a Pro-Life Louisiana,
Youth Development Director
Louisiana Right to Life
LIFE...more than just a game!
Last Saturday, October 2nd, LSL hosted its 6th Annual "Southern Regional Pro-Life Conference." This year's theme, "Life...more than just a game!", was proven to be true as students learned about the dignity of human life and offenses against it, specifically the reality of the dangers of abortion.
The students received training on pro-life apologetics from Benjamin Clapper, Director of Louisiana Right to Life, and heard the powerful story of Ms. Jeanie McAndrew Holmes who shared her testimony of her life as a post-abortive woman.
- Many thanks to the LSL Officer Board, especially Jared Zeringue, Rosa Davis, Yiressy Izaguirre, Mary Tamparello, Dominique Monlezun, and Annette Denton!
If you need information about LSL and want to find out ways to start or grow a campus group, host an event, or get involved, contact:
|Louisiana Right to Life (LARTL), established in 1970, works
through education, legislation, activism, and service to restore the right to life in
Louisiana by opposing abortion, euthanasia, and other life destroying
Support our efforts by becoming an "Every Life, Every Month" Partner.
Visit us at www.ProLifeLouisiana.org.