With over 22,000 lives saved, this group has emerged as a formidable force in the fight to protect the preborn

The mainstream media doesn’t want Americans to know about the war being fought to protect the preborn.

They try to bury stories about innocent lives being saved and instead spread misinformation about abortion.

But with over 22,000 lives saved, this one group has emerged as a formidable force in the fight to protect the preborn, and they’re not staying quiet about it.

In the battlefield of the United States, where the clash between the sanctity of life and the harrowing specter of abortion rages on, one organization stands as a beacon of hope, a fortress of compassion in the face of despair. 

Sidewalk Advocates for Life (SAFL), under the leadership of President Lauren Muzyka, has emerged as a formidable force in the fight to protect the most vulnerable among us – the unborn.

As the abortion debate reaches a fever pitch in a divided America, SAFL’s tireless efforts to provide support and assistance to women facing unplanned pregnancies has not been for nothing. With over 22,000 lives saved in the past decade alone, their impact is nothing short of miraculous, a testament to the power of compassion and the indomitable spirit of the human soul. Over 5,000 hopeful saves, the departure of 89 abortion workers, and the closing of 55 abortion facilities are also included as fruits of their labors. 

But even as they celebrate this monumental achievement, Muzyka is quick to emphasize that their work is far from over. In a post-Roe America, where the battle lines are redrawn and the stakes are higher than ever, SAFL’s mission is as vital as it has ever been. Every day, they witness firsthand the heart-wrenching reality of women seeking abortions, desperate and alone, in need of guidance and support. Muzyka points out that Planned Parenthood’s abortions are up by 5% from the previous year, and many women are willing to drive upwards of 300 miles to seek abortions. 

Muzyka calls SAFL’s work “crisis management” out on the sidewalks. She acknowledges that most women are seeking abortion because they feel like they have no other choice, and if a sidewalk advocate is able to help them to fill the void they feel by reaching out a hand, the vulnerable woman is often more than willing to take the hand she is offered. The reasons for seeking abortion range from fear of parents’ responses to morning sickness to devastating diagnoses, but the same theme runs through it all: compassion for the woman and her life is what saves babies lives. 

For conservative voters who believe in the sanctity of life and the inherent dignity of every human being, SAFL’s work is a beacon of hope in a world shrouded in darkness. Their commitment to meeting the needs of both mother and child is a powerful testament to the belief that we can build a culture of life, where abortion is not only unthinkable but unnecessary.

But SAFL cannot do it alone. As they continue to expand their reach and impact, they need all the help they can get from compassionate individuals who share their vision for a world where every life is cherished and protected. Whether through prayer, volunteer work, or financial support, there are countless ways to get involved and make a difference in the lives of women facing unplanned pregnancies.

As SAFL celebrates over 22,000 lives saved, they remind us that every victory, no matter how small, brings us one step closer to a future where abortion is relegated to the dustbin of history. But they cannot do it alone. They need all the help they can get to continue their vital work and to ensure that every woman facing an unplanned pregnancy knows that she is not alone, that there is help and support available to her, and that her life and the life of her child are worth fighting for.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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