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Human Coalition 4,000 Steps Experience
March 30 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Approximately 14,872 abortions are performed in the Metroplex annually; over 40 abortions daily. That’s double the size of an average kindergarten class.
Did you know that*:
– 21% of all pregnancies in the United States (excluding miscarriages) end in abortion.
– In 2014, more than half of all abortion patients were in their 20s. Patients aged 20 to 24 obtained 34% of all abortions, and patients aged 25 to 29 obtained 27%.
– 30% of women who get an abortion identify themselves as a Christian.
4000 Steps is a fun, stroller-friendly event for the entire family. It’s a great way for small groups, Bible studies, or Sunday school classes to serve together in a local ministry! It will feature a multi-station course that highlights both the challenges and blessings of women entrusted into the care of Human Coalition-DFW.
Colleyville Presbyterian Church has committed to forming two teams of walkers with 10 people per team. Each registered walker will raise (or pay) $100 as an entrance fee. Only one family member would be required to register as a walker but the entire family is encouraged to participate. Raising the entrance fee helps raise awareness in the community about Human Coalition and their mission among women in crisis pregnancy situations. This is a very family friendly event that would help advance the gospel in a tangible way. More information about the event can be found through Human Coalition’s event website or in our bulletin insert (4000Steps-Bulletin-Insert_DFW).
There are two ways for you to be involved:
1) Register as a walker!
2) Donate to our walkers! If you are unable to attend, please consider donating to support our efforts.
Please email Laura Ingram or Renae DeVere about how to join our team or how to donate.
The 4000 Steps Experience will be held on Saturday, March 30th, 9 am – noon at Church at the Cross in Grapevine.
*Stats from https://www.guttmacher.org/sites/default/files/report_downloads/us-abortion-patients-table1.pdf