Mr. Bomberger will also be giving a special presentation on “The Social Injustice of Abortion” at 7pm on Sept. 21, hosted by Bishop Greg Parris and the Church of Love Faith Center at 700 Exchange Street.
Join us for a Presentation & Discussion with Live Action founder Lila Rose.
September 29, 2014, 11am & 4pm
Andrew B. Hale Auditorium
Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Dr. Rochester, NY 14624
Lila Rose is the president of Live Action, a new media organization she founded when she was fifteen years old. The group uses investigative journalism to expose threats against the vulnerable and defenseless, and particularly the unborn.
Live Action’s undercover investigations into abortion facilities have been featured on practically every major news outlets, including CBS, CNN, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and The Washington Post. Live Action hosts the largest pro-life social media platform on the web, with over 650,000 Facebook fans and over 30,000 followers on Twitter. Using its student magazine The Advocate, in-depth education programs such as Live Action News, and cutting-edge social media techniques, Live Action works to lead the pr0-life movement to victory against the culture of death.
Lila is an international public speaker on family and culture issues. She was recently named among National Journal’s “25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35.”
Cuevas Walker, Youth Pastor at Joy Community Church, shares from his personal experience about abortion and our obligation as Christians to teach our youth about the realities of sex, marriage, and abortion.
Pastor Jose Rodriguez of Bible Baptist Temple / Templo Biblico Bautista shares this powerful two minute interview. He asks how we can expect our young people to value human life at all when we teach them that they can kill their preborn children without consequences.
The question for our campaign is “Am I Not a Child?” Pastor Rodriquez answers, “If it’s not a child, what is it? And who determines that? If God doesn’t determine that, then we can justify anything, at any point…”
Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz, president of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of NY, shares her thoughts on abortion from personal experience.
Dr. John Walker is the pastor of Faith Christian Center, in addition to his roles as Associate Professor of Business at Roberts Wesleyan College and Executive Director of Daniel and Friends. Dr. Walker speaks out in this video about the reality of abortion, and invites us to ask the penetrating question: “Ask yourself why people would try to convince you that it’s not a child. To what benefit is it to them?”
Dr. Walker notes the parallels between slavery, women’s suffrage, and abortion, continuing the theme of the Am I Not a Child campaign: “We’re created in the image and likeness of God. We’re created with this great opportunity and potential. None of us are 3/5 of a person, as they said then. They used to say that women weren’t quite equal. They couldn’t vote because they didn’t have the capacity of men. Every time these ‘myths’ come up, we find out that they’re not true. So another myth is that having your baby is going to make your life worse off.”