Changing Hearts US
Week of February 11, 2018
Pray for Minnesota and Montana. May these northern friends see the culture as it is and how God wants it to be. May they help our culture return to God’s ways.
Our fasting suggestion for this week is to fast by remembering how Jesus fasted at the beginning of his ministry (in the dessert) and at the end (the passion). Both times it was from food. This week fast from food as He did. Choose at least one day to eat as little as possible.
Pray and ask God what you are to do for Lent.
Please continue to pray for healing for our National Coordinator, Kay Dodds.
Praise Point: The Cooperative Congressional Election Study tells us that Americans who identify as agnostic or “nothing in particular” are four times more likely to change their spiritual views than Protestants or Catholics. Overall, 18.9 % of those in the survey reported a different religious affiliation in 2014 than they had in 2010. Perhaps our evangelization is working.
Prayer Point: Lent is upon us. What is God asking you do during Lent? Sometimes only in the silence of prayer can one hear what He is saying to us.
Prayer Point: WALTHAM — The Massachusetts Medical Society voted to end its longstanding opposition to physician-assisted suicide and adopted a neutral stance on what it now calls “medical aid-in-dying.”
Terminology played a key role in the group’s debate over the issue. The policy that was rescinded used the term physician-assisted suicide, language that is opposed by many in favor of allowing doctors to help patients with terminal illness end their lives at the time of their choice.
Praise Point: The Indiana Senate passed Bill 340. The bill is in the Indiana House now. This bill will change regulations regarding abortion facilities. It makes various changes to the abortion law concerning license applications and inspections of abortion facilities, including the reporting of abortion complications. The sponsoring Senator says it keeps IN current with the progression of health care.
Prayer Point: California Wants to Force Public Universities to Administer Abortion Pills
A move is underway to transform California public universities from institutions dedicated to educating and empowering the nation’s next generation of leaders into abortion vendors. The California state assembly is now considering SB 320, a measure that would mandate that all California state-funded universities administer RU-486, a drug designed to induce abortion, on their campuses.
Prayer Point: Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said he will try to prevent a new movie about late-term abortion activist Wendy Davis from being filmed in the state Senate chamber. The film, starring Sandra Bullock as Davis, is called “Let Her Speak.” The film will center around the former state senator’s fight to keep late-term abortions legal in Texas. The Statesman reports Patrick, who is pro-life, does not think the filmmakers should have access to the Texas Senate chamber for their pro-abortion film.
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