Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Red Envelope Project

On March 31st, I'll be mailing a bundle of red envelopes to the President of the United States, and here's why: 

He does not value life.  Every year, untold millions are killed under the banner of "choice" and he-- President Obama-- sees nothing wrong with it.  In fact, he condones the brutal slayings of the unborn.  Voluntary Population Planning... that's what he calls it.  It's despicable.  Horrific.  Barbaric.  Wrong.  

So on March 31st I'll be joining in a peaceful protest, and if you're interested in learning more about the Red Envelope Project or in participating, here's how:

1.  Buy red envelopes or postcards (as many as you'd like) at any Kinkos or party supply store.
2.  Mail them to the White House on the 31st of this month.  On the front of each, write this address:    
                       President Barack Obama                                                                                                                                            The White House                                                                                                                                                      1600 Pennsylvania Avenue                                                                                                                                          Washington D.C.  20500
3.  On the back of each, write the following message:    
   "This envelope/postcard represents one child who died because of an abortion. 
 It is empty because the life that was taken is now unable to offer anything to the world.  Responsibility begins with conception."
The President may never receive these envelopes, but who knows?  Perhaps he will.  And hopefully, 50 million of them will make their way to the White House-- one for every child who's died (in the United States) from an abortion. 

And hopefully... hopefully... the LORD will change the President's heart... that's my prayer.

"For You formed my inward parts; 
You wove me in my mother's womb. 
 I will give thanks to You, 
for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
 Wonderful are Your works, 
and my soul knows it very well."

Psalm 139:13-14

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