Central Florida Life Chain Pro-Life Event
Pro-Life advocates in Orlando are raising awareness NOW to build up to their 20,000 commitments.
Unbroken by the coronavirus pandemic this year, legions of pro-life individuals will form a socially distanced human “Life Chain” in Orlando on November 1st.
Timothy Plan CEO Art Ally’s pro-life activities date back to the 1980s. Because of his passion to help save the unborn, he stood alongside 9,000 central Floridians in the annual Life Chain event in 1991, and has influenced more than 15,000 participants in past Life Chain Orlando events.
In early August, Mr. Ally co-hosted a lunch that drew 50 pastors who made a preliminary commitment of between 2,500 and 5,000 Life Chain participants from their congregations. Conversations with many more pastors are being held to raise awareness and gain commitments for this event.
The Timothy Plan, a family of biblically responsible mutual funds and ETFs, was founded in part to help save the lives of the unborn.
Life Chain dates back to 1987 and attracts tens of thousands of pro-lifers each year.
This event is especially timely in light of the very recent momentum and events by Planned Parenthood agreeing to remove Margaret Sanger’s name from their building.
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Announces Intent to Remove Margaret Sanger’s Name from NYC Health Center
Margaret Sanger Gets Canceled – WSJ oped , July 27, 2020