Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Spiritual Adoption Campaign

  

Happy Feast of St. Valentine!  In last Friday's blog we had mentioned there was a lot of exciting things transpiring here at the office. Starting today at 12pm we will be kicking off our Spiritual Adoption Campaign. 

What is a Spiritual Adoption?
   Spiritual Adoption is when we commit to pray daily for a baby that is in danger of being aborted. The prayer we will send you is short and sweet. You'll have it memorized the first week!

What's this particular Spiritual adoption all about?
    First, there is no cost involved. This campaign is about the power of prayer.
It is estimated that 1.37 million babies will be aborted in the United States in 2012. Our goal with this campaign is to have a minimum of 1.37 million babies being prayed for from March- December.This campaign We will be praying also for the baby's parents and for a safe delivery. The beauty of spiritually adopting a baby is it could potentially save the life of the baby!
    We invite you to join us in the this 9 month Spiritual Adoption of a baby that is in danger of being aborted this year.
    Your prayers united with thousands of others is going to be powerful! The Spiritual Campaign kick off is February 14, 2012(today!) and our official starting date is March 26th, 2012. From March 26th ( The Annunciation) to December 25th(Jesus' birthday) we will all be praying together for the baby we have adopted. We have some amazing resources to share with you over the next nine months that will enrich your life.

TODAY from 12pm-1pm Brian, Terry, and Nicol will be live on WQOP talking about the Spiritual Adoption Campaign and also updates on Skiff and AJ's Fantastic Voyage. We invite you to call in and spiritually adopt a baby, we would also love to hear from you!

May the love of our Lord Jesus fill your heart and cause you to spread His love to those who are in need of love today! Pictures later today! ~Lumen Crew

2 comments:

  1. A great idea -- since the usual feast date for the Annunciation (Mar.25) is nine months before Christmas, it reminds us we are celebrating Christ's conception/Incarnation (old feast names were Conceptio Christi, Festum Incarnationis) and this Annunciation Day was once celebrated as a springtime New Year's Day until the start of the 18th century. It is also helpful to close the gestational period of Annunciation-to-Christmas Spiritual Adoption with a "HolyDay Season" "baby shower" item drive for the needy and pro-life pregnancy centers. See more on this at www.DayOfTheUnbornChild.com

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