"I am the way and the truth and the life"
Just a few years ago I was marching in D.C. with thousands of others while my fingers and nose were freezing. I was a first time youth minister and just getting my bearings on how to both chaperone and enjoy an event. I'll admit I leaned more on the chaperone side, but I did get to ask myself one very important question: "Why am I here".
Every good march needs a good cause, as I'm sure MLK would agree. MLK fought for civil rights, and now we are fighting for something even more basic: human rights... the right to LIFE.
Let this sink in as food for thought- more importance is being given to political correctness these days than to protecting an unborn child.
Hope is strong though. This year marks the 44th year that the March for Life has taken place. How many other groups can say they have marched for this long?
Since some of us are unable to make the D.C. March this year, let us rally for our cause in the Tulsa March today and give voices to the voiceless children.