What People are Saying…
“Words fail us in the age of pictures. Logical arguments are okay, but GAP is visceral… I used to present endless logical arguments against abortion in the hope of changing minds. The week you were here I realized that may not be the best way.”Chris Clemens, Ph.D., Assoc. Professor of Physics & Astronomy, University of North Carolina
“Throughout the next few days, I prayed and prayed and prayed. I hadn’t prayed once since I came to the University. Through prayer, I came to realize that why I was so upset and angry about the GAP display was not because I hated the [GAP people]. I hated abortion. I knew I had to get involved. I knew it was my moral obligation to speak up for the unborn. I am now a GAP volunteer.”J. L., Student, University of Calgary
“A client came to us on March 27th for a pregnancy test. Her test was positive and she was leaning toward aborting her child because she was afraid. On April 14th when we called to check on her, she said that she had decided to carry her child. Many months later she told me that she had seen the GAP display on campus during the time she had been deciding whether or not to abort. She said the pictures had a profound impact on her.”Carol Phillips, Director, Centre Region (Pennsylvania) CPC
Why We Fight
Abortion is an evil so immense, it can be understood only when it is seen. Only after you have seen abortion can you properly answer the question, "Am I doing enough to stop it?"