My Faith Votes CEO Jason Yates on the SCOTUS Dobbs decision: "We celebrate this massive victory and continue fighting for life for all humankind.”
DALLAS — Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, released the following statement in response to the Dobbs decision by the Supreme Court:
“Today, it is abundantly clear that elections have consequences. For years, we have been praying that the Lord’s kingdom come on earth, that the most vulnerable would be protected in our nation. The Supreme Court took a major step forward in that direction, proving that when people unite and stand for what is right, we have real influence on the world around us. Now, we must take this influence into the vital elections happening in each state. We celebrate this massive victory and continue fighting for life for all humankind.”
A lot has changed in our nation since the Roe v. Wade court decision in 1973. The fact remains that struggling moms and dads will continue to find their way into a local Pregnancy Resource Center scared and looking for help.
When a pregnant woman visits a Pregnancy Resource Center, she is often given a gift basket of baby items. A simple pack of diapers can humanize the fact that a baby is growing in her womb.
Imagine if we each took action in our community with this one simple step! Please join us by pledging, right now, to show care and compassion to these mothers in need...we'll even help you find the Pregnancy Resource Center closest to you.
As the body of Christ, let’s demonstrate what it looks like to honor God and uphold biblical values in America.
Let it be known that we stand for life.
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My Faith Votes—is a nonpartisan movement that motivates, equips and activates Christians in America to vote in every election, transforming our communities and influencing our nation with biblical truth. By partnering with national faith leaders, My Faith Votes provides resources to help Christians Pray, Think, and Act to create an America where God is honored in the public square.