January 19, 2007
Blogs4LIfe, Live Video Feeds and an Expanded ScheduleTopics: Conference Information
Dear Pro-Life Friends,
It's time to make final plans for Blogs4life, the second annual conference of pro-life bloggers. The event is hosted by the Family Research Council on Monday, Jan. 22, prior to and after the March for Life in Washington DC and will be show live, over the internet.
The conference program has expanded and is filled with noted pro-life leaders including:
- Tony Perkins (President, Family Research Council)
- Ramesh Ponnuru (National Review Online Senior Editor)
- David Prentice (Senior Fellow, Family Research Council)
- Peter Samuelson (President, Americans United for Life)
- Joe Scheidler (Founder, Pro-Life Action League) – tentative
- Paul Schenk (National Pro-Life Action Center)
- Bobby Schindler (Terri Schindler-Schiavo Foundation)
- Jill Stanek (WorldNetDaily Columnist, Pro-life Speaker)
The morning session will feature Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) and Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA)!
The afternoon session includes a panel discussion, moderated by the FRC's Charmaine Yoest, on the New Media. During this time you can expect to interact with a lively group of pro-life bloggers, videocast experts, media consultants and movie makers. Click here for the complete schedule.
Blogs4Life is an excellent opportunity for individuals and organizations to network with pro-life bloggers and develop an understanding of how weblog technology can be used to strategically promote life and transform ideas into action as we move toward a post-Roe America.
You can show up at the door for all or part of the conference but we would be most grateful if you register before the event so that the FRC can make adequate accommodations for food and beverages.
Finally, please consider promoting the conference over the weekend by forwarding this email to your pro-life friends.
God bless you and give you peace!
Posted by plb at January 19, 2007 5:18 AMArticles Related to Conference Information:
I just hope these national leaders look at what South Dakota did. The pro life groups nationally have never really focused on how abortion hurts women and that is such a powerful force that takes the winds out of the pro-aborts sails. Yes, we all know that abortion hurts the unborn child. What most people in our great country do not understand is to what effect abortion hurts women.
We must start focusing on the women as well. It will be the women who have gone through abortions and are willing to speak up that will ultimately overturn Roe.
Posted by: ProLifer at January 19, 2007 6:23 PM
I've been getting E-mails from the Family Research Council almost every day, but did not know about this event until today, Friday, January 26th.
I was in Washington, DC for the March for Life but knew nothing of these events.
I would have attended, had I known in advance.
Posted by: Pastor Art at January 26, 2007 7:30 PM