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Last week, I wrote that we need to take the prolife personhood message to every region, every county, every city, every church, every pastor. This week, I go over the results from last weeks poll on how many pastors have ever heard of prolife personhood amendments and compare them with the actual findings we discovered at a recent pastors meeting, and I’ll lay out a plan to reach every church, every pastor in the state of Florida for Life.
In last week’s PersonhoodFL.com poll, we asked you what percentage of Florida pastors have ever heard about the prolife personhood amendment. Most of the respondents answered that only 21 – 30% or 11 – 20% of the pastors had ever heard of personhood. My dad and I along with Jay Rogers recently attended a large gathering of prolife, politically motivated pastors, and we found that the percentage is even lower! The bad news is that less than 10% of the attendees knew about personhood prior to learning about it from us, and this coming from a group of pastors that is most likely to have heard of personhood. The good news is that every pastor we approached signed the personhood petition and agreed to petition in their church! One pastor asked us: “Why haven’t I heard of personhood before?” The answer is simple: we haven’t told him!
I have a dream that one day all innocent human life will be protected by love and by law in Florida. For this to happen, we need to make the case for life in every region, every county, every city, and every church. Indeed, we need every pastor in the state of Florida to present the prolife, personhood petition to their church.
I recently attended a large pastors meeting in Orlando with my dad. Jay Rogers joined me to help present the prolife, personhood amendment to Florida pastors. You would be surprised at what we found!
I recently attended a large pastors’ meeting in Orlando with my dad. Central Florida Co-Chair Jay Rogers joined me to help present the prolife personhood amendment to Florida pastors. We met pastors from all over the state. The pastors all received the petition with open arms. Those who hadn’t previously signed the petition singed it at the conference and took additional copies to pass out to have their congregations sign the petition! Our poll question for this week is: what percentage of Florida Pastors have ever heard of the prolife personhood amendment?
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