In the Triad, 50 to 100 abortions are performed weekly. It’s the leading cause of death in Greensboro. Abortions are allowed up to 20 weeks and 1 in 3 women have had abortions in their lifetime. 73% of those women identify themselves as Christians.
Love Life Triad
This summer, Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center began partnering with an organization called Love Life Charlotte as they move into the Triad. Love Life, a 40-Week Journey of Hope, is a campaign uniting and mobilizing the Church to create a culture of love and life that will bring an end to abortion in our generation. Love Life Triad launched on Saturday, July 21, 2018. We’re excited about this new opportunity as it will enable the Church to help more abortion-minded clients.
Love Life founder, Justin Reeder, says, “I believe God has called the Church to shape the culture, then politicians and legislation will follow. We aren’t trying to change the law, we’re changing the culture where families stop running to the local abortion clinic and start running to the local church.”
One of our own local pastors, Brent Tysinger, from Rushwood Church has been involved with this project since they started locally. Brent has a heart for ending abortion in Randolph County, but needs so many more churches to come alongside him in this endeavor. While the numbers in our area aren’t as great as in Guilford County, we know that many young women either travel to Greensboro for abortions or avail themselves of medical abortions using drugs like mifepristone (commonly called RU-486). Help us mobilize to speak out!
Consider joining during the next Love Life Triad event at Destiny Church in Greensboro (2401 Randleman Rd) at 10 AM on July 31st.