Fargo clinic scenes a window on abortion debate

Pastor Dave Motta leads prayers

The 40 Days for Life anti-abortion campaign began yesterday (Wednesday). The North Dakota part of that campaign includes a 40-day, non-stop prayer vigil at the Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo. Here’s an expert from the Forum’s story on the first day of the protest:

“JL Beers serves burgers and brews next door.

“Cars roll past it down First Avenue North.

“And everyday life swirls around the Red River Women’s Clinic in downtown Fargo as if unaware of the profound ideological collision happening on the sidewalk.

“As they do most days of the year, protesters gathered outside North Dakota’s only abortion facility on Wednesday. But the morning’s collection of about 100 people marked the first in a 40-day, nonstop prayer vigil that is part of the international 40 Days for Life campaign against abortion.”

Read the full story: http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/292163/

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