Sanctity of Human Life Sunday

January 13, 2014 mpanik Blog

Will you join us on January 19 in celebrating Sanctity of Human Life Sunday to advocate and raise awareness for life?

Scripture clearly testifies to the gentle love and care by which God intricately designs each individual human life. In believing that life begins at conception, we must recognize that every unborn child is hand-fashioned by God and we have a special responsibility to honor and protect these tiny lives.

We have resources and information available and would appreciate the opportunity to connect with you or your church leadership to let them know how your church can become involved. If you’d like to participate, please contact Krisha Yanko at for additional resources.

One way to raise awareness for life is by sharing the video below:


Molly Anne Dutton was nominated for Auburn University’s Homecoming Court in the fall, 2013. She campaigned on a platform that was different than most, because it was her own story. Molly Anne shared her adoption story with Auburn’s campus, and campaigned to “Light Up Life” celebrating the life she, and many other children, had been given through adoption. Molly Anne captivated the Auburn University student body with her radiant life story and was voted Auburn University’s 100th Homecoming Queen. Because of the decision that a young woman made 22 years ago, Molly Anne was not only given a chance, she was given hope, a hope that she has been able to share with so many today. We hope you enjoy hearing Molly Anne’s story and about the hope that she has found in Jesus Christ.

If you live in Birmingham, AL, Molly Anne Dutton will be speaking at Briarwood Presbyterian Church for their Sanctity of Life Sunday on January 19 in both the 8:00 am and 10:55 am services. (2200 Briarwood Way, Birmingham, AL 35243)



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