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Prolife NZ Welcomes 2011 as Opportunity to Defend Life

Prolife NZ Welcomes 2011 as Opportunity to Defend Life

If 2010 is anything to go by, 2011 will be a great year for the pro-life cause. Prolife NZ, a youth-based pro-life group has seen remarkable growth over 2010 and is looking forward to an exciting year in 2011 as the pro-life message continues to be spread.

“We now have two healthy and growing campus groups, one in Auckland and one in Christchurch with growing memberships - we have seen the abortion numbers come down over the past two years, and we have been encouraged by the numbers of young people who are speaking up for the pre-born,” says Prolife NZ Vice President Lydia Moore.

“It’s the birth of a new year, and we are focused on seeing these positive trends continue in 2011,” she continues.

The highlight of 2011 will be the upcoming tour of New Zealand by American pro-life leaders Jill Stanek and Bryan Kemper. They will be travelling the length and breadth of the country educating and equipping young New Zealanders to speak up for the pre-born and

“We encourage all New Zealanders to take the opportunity to hear these leaders speak, and to be inspired to make a difference in 2011!,” she concludes.

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