I am very happy that my Mom did not abort me. Jerry Cox is one of my heroes. He is the leader of the Arkansas Family Council here in Arkansas.
HERE is a link to his blog where you can see an interview with Jase Robertson, one of the folks who is on the popular show named in the title of this post.
I don’t get many channels so I don’t watch the show. Many have said that it’s very good.
As I type this, 28,398,000 babies have been aborted worldwide this year.
Today is my birthday. I am happy to be here. I will never stop fighting for the rights of the unborn.
May God bless all of you who are trying to stop this heinous crime that destroys human life.
I have not watched it myself,so thanks for sharing this interesting interview. And yes, I am happy to be here as well, fighting for their lives. Happy birthday, Chris. blessings, Kass
You’re welcome, Kassey.
Thanks for the birthday wishes. I’m a “senior” now…55. I guess that means I do the grocery shopping from now on.
I so appreciate the stand you take on the abortion issue. Thank you for the time you spend trying to help Moms who have found themselves in a difficult decision. There should be no “choice.”
Glad to be in the battle with you.
Well now Mr. Senior, seems some good can come of eldership. Your buying the groceries can led to some real goodies. Both of you folks seem to be in a great place to help Moms in need. That is a place of great honor and trust, you both seem to bring God’s blessings. Well done!
It is an honor to be associated with Jerry Cox and the Arkansas Family Council.
We are both in places that help Moms. Jerry also assists those who are teaching their children at home (Home schooling).
I do wonder if my wife will let me do the shopping. It’s senior citizen day at Kroger’s on Tuesdays. That so happens to be the day I get off early.
Need to watch the waistline, so she may need to come with me or give me a detailed list that I will try and stick to.
Presently weigh more than ever before (170+). Got to watch that chocolate chip intake (a handful followed by some almonds before a nap and I’m out).
Always great to “hear” from you, Manny.