PULSE: Pro-life seminar for high school students

MFI encourages pro-life high schoolers to be a part of PULSE this summer! Pro-life advocates will train high school students how to be the pro-life leaders of their generation.  The day will include:

  • Small group discussionPulse
  • Hearing testimonies of women who decided against abortion
  • Training on how to speak persuasively about pro-life issues
  • Pro-Life 101: education on fetal development, why the unborn is life, facts and fiction about abortion, why people have abortion, why people say we need abortion, etc.
  • How to deal compassionately with the issue of abortion.

Where: Beverly (contact Mary Ellen Siegler, [email protected], for location)

When: Friday, July 15th, 2016, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $15 per student

Age: High School Students (ages 14-18)

Students should bring a notebook and a pen. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided, along with pizza for lunch. Families may donate snacks and/or bottled waters if they are able. This is a drop off event, but parents are welcome to attend. There is no charge for parents, but parents should pack their own lunch if planning on staying for the day. Lunch is only being provided for the students.

This one day event is part of The PULSE New England Project, which inspires young people to be persuasive yet compassionate voices for life. Sarah Mary Toce, the PULSE New England Coordinator will be leading the Immersion. For more information, contact Sarah Mary, [email protected] or Mary Ellen Siegler, [email protected].

Click here to register for this event.

Spread the word to your churches! All high school students are invited to attend! If you would like to post a flyer in your church or around town in your local library, contact Mary Ellen Siegler, [email protected].

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