Florida Personhood: Justice for All Human Beings Cannot Wait “I have come to give you Life and that more abundantly.” ~Jesus Why Personhood, Florida? from Mrs. Brenda MacMenamin on Vimeo. God is the author of human rights – mine, yours – every human being from their very beginning. First among these on which all others …
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Stand Up for Religious Freedom, Friday, March 23, Noon. The federal government doesn’t have the right to order Churches and Christians to pay for services that violate their deeply held religious beliefs. Please participate in these rallies and collect signatures for the New ProLife Personhood Amendment Petition. Personhood Florida Director Pastor Bryan Longworth will close in prayer at the Orlando rally. Christians of all faiths need to stand up for religious freedom, or we will all lose our freedoms!
The Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom is being held Friday, March 23 at noon, local time, outside federal buildings, Congressional offices and historic sites across the country. The theme for the Rally is “Stand Up for Religious Freedom—Stop the HHS Mandate!” Florida cities include: Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Jacksonville, Miami, Ocala, Orlando, Pensacola, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Stuart, and Vero Beach.
To get the new Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment on the ballot in 2014, we need to collect nearly 700,000 valid petition signed. To do that we need your help to petition among your family, friends, and neighbors, at your church, at Christian events, at political events, and at other public events, and with Republican Presidential candidates in Florida for the Presidential Preference Primary, prolifers have an excellent opportunity to collect signatures for the new Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment Petition.
Sunday, January 22, 2012 marks the 39th anniversary of the Dreadful Roe vs Wade decision. Since 1973, over 55,000,000 preborn girls and boys have been killed by abortion, and millions of moms and dads have been wounded. This weekend, prolifers from around the state will gather for prolife events, and pastors will preach prolife sermons. We encourage you to stand for life at the event closest to you and collect signatures for the Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment Petition.
Personhood Florida received a major endorsement this week from Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins. In his endorsement, Perkins said, “I applaud the good folks of Florida for challenging the culture of death and championing life at all stages. The Florida ProLife Personhood Amendment is a reflection of a growing pro-life sentiment across the country and points toward a post-Roe era. I support the petition drive for this amendment and look forward to the day it can go before the voters in Florida.”
This endorsement comes after Personhood FL adopted personhood amendment ballot language proposed by the Family Research Council. The new petition language has been designed by a think tank of prolife personhood attorneys and satisfies 11 conditions needed to unite prolife ministries. Adapting this language enables all states to come into unity anticipating and facilitating a federal prolife personhood amendment.
We are excited to announce the first ever Presidential Pro-Life Forum, a national tele-town hall and radio simulcast presented by Personhood USA in partnership with other national pro-life organizations on Tuesday, December 27, 8:00 – 9:30 pm CST.
All Presidential candidates have been invited to participate, and, as of this moment, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and Rick Perry are confirmed.
With the loss of Mississippi’s Initiative 26, many in the prolife movement and the media have asked what is our strategy here in Florida. They are quick to point out that Mississippi is more prolife than Florida and ask how we think we can win if a similar initiative can’t even pass in Mississippi.
The good news is that leading up to and following the Mississippi vote, Personhood FL has linked up with new volunteers who are willing to help make the case for life in their county! We currently are working on a plan to