Pray for Micaiah

On February 16th Micaiah Thomson is going to Florida on a week long trip called the Genocide Awareness Project, (GAP) with an organization called the Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, (CCBR) where she will be with a team of people exposing the injustice of abortion to the American public.

Canada is one of the few countries in the world that has no restrictions on abortions whatsoever. 100,000 abortions are done every year in Canada. That is 300 every day! Whether it be because the baby is a girl, is disabled or simply not wanted, abortion is legal, readily available, and paid for with our tax dollars throughout all 9 months of pregnancy. We are trying to show people that the fact that abortion is common and widely accepted does not make it right.

CCBR has looked at other injustices in the past, studied what was the most effective in fighting it, and adopted those elements. The biggest one is the use of graphic images. Gregg Cunningham said, “Injustice that is invisible, inevitably becomes tolerable. But injustice that is made visible, inevitably becomes intolerable.” Though it is hard on us to see what abortion really is and what it does, it is important that people understand the truth if we ever hope to come to a point where it is no longer tolerable. That is our goal: to make abortion unthinkable in Canada.

Micaiah is going to Florida where she will be given training on abortion apologetics, and how to speak with people effectively. The team is going to college campuses, set up a display of abortion pictures and pictures of other injustices that are comparable and then asking people: what do you think about abortion? The idea is to engage in discussion and show people the truth.

Micaiah shares, “My hope in going is that I will grow personally, affect change with people and their stance on abortion, and become a better speaker on the issue. I want to bring back the knowledge that I get there to Windsor and continue the fight against abortion here. This is going to be a hard week for me. But God is strong and I am taking him with me, so I don’t have to worry.”

Let’s join in praying for Micaiah the week of February 16th to 22nd.