600 Babies Saved in 40 Days

More than 600 babies were saved during the international campaign.

In September, more than 600 mothers in crisis pregnancies were considering aborting their unborn babies. But, as a result of 40 Days for Life campaigns across the country, a confirmed 603 babies have been saved from abortion, according to the 40 Days for Life website.

It was the biggest, and perhaps best, 40 Days for Life ever, with campaigns being held in 238 locations.

This was the sixth coordinated campaign by 40 Days, which holds the pro-life campaigns of prayer and fasting each fall and spring. This year saw the campaign not only across the U.S., but also in Canada, Australia, Northern Ireland, Denmark and England. This campaign began on Sept. 22 and ended Oct. 31.

Organizers see it as a success. Early in the campaign, one abortion business, in Severna Park, Md., closed its doors. Organizers are also aware of at least four abortion business employees who left their jobs during the fall campaign.

While the fall campaign has ended, campaign director Shawn Carney says it’s only the beginning. In some cities, such as San Antonio, individuals will continue praying outside abortion businesses for an end to abortion as the countdown continues to the next campaign, to be held nationwide from March 9 to April 17, 2011.

Tim Drake writes from St. Joseph, Minnesota.

President Donald Trump during his speech at a "Thank You" Tour rally held at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

President Trump: ‘Faith in God’ Helps Unite Nation

In an apparent reference to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and months of demonstrations and civil unrest across several U.S. cities over racial justice issues, Trump said that faith was an important support for civil and national unity.

President Donald Trump during his speech at a "Thank You" Tour rally held at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

President Trump: ‘Faith in God’ Helps Unite Nation

In an apparent reference to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and months of demonstrations and civil unrest across several U.S. cities over racial justice issues, Trump said that faith was an important support for civil and national unity.