Wednesday, February 17, 2010

A Letter on Aborton-By:Emily

The belief that a "fertilized egg" (an innocent baby) is not a living human being, in my opinion, is wrong. Not only does it show man’s flippant regards for a God-given life, but also, their willful ignorance.

Living things portray several different characteristics that separate them from non-living things. Living things grow, respond to their environments, require energy (food), etc. Non-living things, dead things-cannot grow, cannot respond to their environments and have no need for food. It is common knowledge that a "fertilized egg" portrays all of these listed traits: the baby grows over a period of 9 months, reacts to his surroundings and gathers nutrition from his mother. No matter how hard people would like to argue, when one looks at the scientific facts, it is clearly seen that the unborn child, is indeed, a living, growing child and has every right to live.

By science’s own description, that infant in the womb is indeed alive. The constitution may give women the right to make decisions about their bodies, but most certainly not the right to take another person’s life!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Hello world! :)

My name is Emily and I am a 9th grade home schooled student from Florida! As Olivia told you in her post, we are working on a project that we're calling "Voice of the Innocent".

Ever since I understood what abortion is, I have been struck by the fact that many people actually kill their unborn babies. Nearly, every time I have the (wonderful) opportunity to hold a baby, I am angered by the horrible truth of abortion. My love for the beautiful babies that God has blessed the world with drives me as we begin to work on "Voice of the Innocent".

Olivia told you our basic idea in her "welcome" post....sending letters to local newspapers protesting abortion. We would also like those letters to be sent out on the same day (October 12, 2010) so that newspapers around the country will receive these letters all at once. What an impact can be made if 200 letters are sent! Wouldn't that be great? If you need some ideas on what to include in your letter, you can refer to the blog to get ideas from the letters Olivia and I have written and posted.

We're pushing our send in date to October so that: A)-you won't feel rushed about writing this letter (rushed writing is never overly great in quality and we want the letters to be as effective as possible) and B) so that we can reach and recruit other people about our project. All we ask from you in the meantime is that you join us in telling others about "Voice of the Innocent"....we need as many people as possible!



Monday, February 15, 2010


Hey everyone!! Thanks for checking us out!

My name is Olivia. I am a home schooled high school freshman from New York. A while back, my friend, Emily, and I started talking about abortion. As we began to get into our conversation, we realized that we had the same opinion about this harsh, and cruel practice. When we first started talking, the thought never occurred to start a protest. The next day I got a call from Emily and she came up with a great idea!!

By now you are probably saying, "Just tell us what you are doing and get on with it." So now let me tell you what we are all about, and our goal for the protest. Emily and I are encouraging teens and adults to write letters to local newspapers telling how they feel about abortion. We also would like to have a copy of your letter (you can e-mail it to us at But more about that later!!) so that at the end of the year, we can send them to our President.

Our goal is to have at least 200 letters submitted to various new papers all over the country. We pray that God would bring teens that have the same passion to write these letters. If you feel that God is pressing you to send a letter in, you can e-mail us at .