|Posted on February 1, 2010 at 12:07 AM|
PRAISE REPORT on Brenda's Case!
We were supposed to start picking a jury for Brenda's trial. The state asked for a continuance to talk to Planned Parenthood. The prosecutor called our attorney and said that the state could not prove its case. The prosecutor asked to nolle the case which would have kept the case open with the charges pending for thirteen months. We, of course, objected and requested dismissal with no attachments. The state did not object, so the agreement was made in the chambers with the judge and later in the open court. We thank God for hearing our prayers, justice and truth did prevail!
OSA-CT Outreach at Homeless Shelter
Saturday night, Brenda, Tom, Nancy, Daniel, Kelly and Cara went to the Bridgeport shelter and fed 25+ adults and kids, not including our group. Five or six women came to the Bible study that Tom does after the dinner. Tom taught about God's promises. After the bible study some of the women asked Nancy and Brenda for prayer. Bibles and Mark Cahill books were given out. We do this outreach every other Saturday night. Brenda needs help with the food. If you would like to help her with this, email [email protected] Thanks!
ROE V WADE 37TH MEMORIAL, BRIDGEPORT, CT
Funeral procession remembering all the babies that have been killed.
We appreciate the Bridgeport police who sent two mounted police for the memorial .
We had a pretty good day on Friday, 1/22/10 considering its usually the coldest day of the year! We thank God for all He did as we remembered the over 50 million innocent baby girls and baby boys killed by surgical abortion. Pastor Brad Trawick (Promiseland Church of God) let us in worship. Pastor Hector Muniz (Lighthouse Fellowship Church) was our master of ceremonies. Luz de Pas Funeral Home was kind enough to let us use their hearse for the third year in a row. Daniel led the procession playing Amazing Grace on his recorder. Kelly Vazquez, Colbi Rowland, Paul Goodall and Justin Philips were pall bearers. We had six pastors speak from cities all over Connecticut. We also had had our attorney, Michael DePrimo, speak. Four politicians, or should I say statesmen, spoke too (Tom Scott, TR Rowe, David Pia, Rick Torres). There were over 60 pro-lifers in attendance. The mini-speeches were all awesome and last but not least: when Carmen and I spoke, one of the young ladies that changed her mind last Saturday at Planned Parenthood in New Haven had a few moving words to say.
he people were given carnations to place on the casket before they left as we said goodbye to all the precious babies that lost their lives because of abortion. We know they are with Jesus and hope they know we loved them and tried to save their lives. Someday we will be together with them in Heaven. We thank God for the opportunity to co-labor with Him for the past 20 years and are blessed to know that 1,987 babies have been saved and 375 people have made a confession of faith to make Jesus their Lord and Savior! PTL!
For the Least of These,