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Leaders in TN mobilize to co-host the second Pro-Life Freedom Ride

On the weekend of September 5, 2010 in Chattanooga, TN, leaders mobilized to co-host the second Pro-life Freedom Rides Campaign and to spread their special example as the largest city in America without an abortion mill and a national center of healing through the National Memorial for the Unborn. 

When the Pro-life Freedom Rides arrive at Chattanooga, Saturday, October 16, we will have a gathering at the National Memorial for the Unborn, a site that used to be a killing center.

This memorial now stands as a symbol of hope and healing. Men and women from around the world memorialize their children who were lost to abortion, by commissioning special plaques that bear a message of love and hope for those children.

To learn more about the Pro-life Freedom Rides Campaign and the National Memorial for the Unborn, www.prolifefreedomrides.com

  
Plaque at the entry to the Memorial for the Unborn. “The National Memorial for the Unborn is dedicated to healing generations of pain associated with the loss of aborted children. On the site where 35,000 babies died, the memory of unborn children is honored.”

Patricia Lindley is the Director of Choices Pregnancy Resource Center which shares the premises with the Memorial for the Unborn. Patricia and the Pro-life Majority Coalition of Chattanooga were instrumental in purchasing the property that housed the abortion mill, evicting the abortionist and established the Pregnancy Resource Center and the National Memorial for the Unborn.

Carol Martin, Office Manager-National Memorial for the Unborn (hand on monument) and leaders gather before the Monument.

Jim Pinto shares the vision for the Pro-life Freedom Rides Campaign and the special place of hope that the Memorial for the Unborn and the abortion free city of Chattanooga will play in that Campaign.


Jim Pinto and Carol Martin, Office Manager-National Memorial for the Unborn, before the Cross and Wall of Names memorializing the unborn. “The Memorial features a fifty foot granite “Wall of Names” which holds small brass plates with words of remembrance placed by mothers, fathers and other family members from all over the country.”



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