August 14, 2012 6:36 PM
Baby photo contest: PRC clientsIf you subscribe to any magazine, it should be World. Our family has been reading World for over 20 years. It is the best source of weekly/biweekly news coverage out there - with topnotch journalists on location and in-depth reporting nationally and internationally.
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I want you to know about the special upcoming Roe v. Wade issue. I have always especially loved this annual edition of world, which focuses on a unique angle each year. This year they are looking for pictures of babies born to clients of pregnancy resource centers. Please let me know if you send something in and if it is selected!
Roe v. Wade
Every January, on the anniversary of the Supreme Court's 1973 decision to legalize abortion, WORLD reviews pro-life progress and regress over the previous year.
A baby photo contest with many winners
WORLD's annual Roe v. Wade issue often includes pictures of babies. In 2013, we'd like those photos to be of babies born to clients of pregnancy resource centers during 2012. This will be a contest with many winners: Our goal is to encourage mothers along with center directors, volunteers, and supporters.
Here are details: Any client's baby born in 2012 is eligible. We'll need a signed release (download PDF) from the baby's parent or guardian. Moms of babies whose photos are selected for inclusion in WORLD, and the centers that have helped, will receive copies of the magazine that includes the babies' photos. Please email entries to Rob Patete (email@example.com) by Dec. 31.2012Full of Life COVER STORY | By Marvin Olasky Revitalized by young activists and growing support, the pro-life movement faces new tensions. Issue table of contents2011 Red zone defense COVER STORY | By Alisa Harris With our most-observed secular holiday, Super Bowl day, coming this year on Feb. 6, we're hearing a lot about what happens in "the red zone," the part of the football field that extends from the 20-yard line to the end zone. Meanwhile, abortion proponents are defending their own bloody red zone against a reinvigorated pro-life movement. Issue table of contents2010 A pro-baby wave COVER STORY | By Marvin Olasky Optimistic signs point to a changing abortion debate. Issue table of contents2009 Back to the present COVER STORY | By Marvin Olasky Understanding abortion in the past will help us fight it today. Issue table of contents