Saturday, February 21, 2009

Our Children Need Us!

Please join Jan, myself and many others cross this nation between February 28- March 1,2009 in the Red Envelope Campaign. Our voices must be heard on the issue of abortion, our children need us! Please pray and consider sending an red envelope to the White House:

President Barack Obama

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Washington, D.C. 20500

Write the following message on the back of the envelope:: This envelope represents one child who died in abortion. It is empty because that life was unable to offer anything to the world. Responsibility begins with conception.



LisaShaw said...

I was on board with this indeed. You saved me from doing a message on my Speak on it with Lisa so I'll just link to yours.

Bless you Tammy! We are all standing for LIFE and TRUTH!

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Marsha said...

Count me in, Tammy. I will be posting this on my blog immediately! Plus, I am participating in a missions conference all next week. I will have red envelopes available at my booth. Funny thing, a friend of mine just gave me about 200 envelopes that she gets from a card distributor when they change out cards and there are envelopes left - most of them are RED!!

Blessings to you this day.

Pam said...

This is wonderful and I have received a couple of emails with the info...hopefully millions will get sent!

Darlene said...

I will post this on my blog! Thanks Tammy!!

Anonymous said...

Hi to you, Tammy. Great to blog-meet you! I love the red envelope campaign and plan to share it. Can I link to your post?

Paula (SweetPea) said...

This is a wonderful idea. Love the empty envelope metaphor for the lives lost. This issue is one of the many I feared with this office.

Edie said...

This is a great idea Tammy. Thanks for sharing it. I'm in. Just need to find a red envelope now.

Anonymous said...

I am passing this along to friends Tammy...praying that the White House is over-run with red envelopes representing all these precious lives lost.

Jody said...

I've seen this suggestion in several places, I guess it's time I sent one. Thanks for the info.

LisaShaw said...

Tammy, I was too sick to get out so I sent my husband over the weekend on a Red Envelope alert (smile). After two office supply stores and even wal-mart he couldn't find them SOOOO he went to CVS and purchased several cards with red envelopes (smile). I had told him I wanted to send several cards out. Ok, now here's the kicker. He purchased several cards that I can't even use for anything. Two are Sons birthday cards. We don't have any sons :) and one was a caregiver card. I can probably send that to someone special and the other was a sympathy card which I hope I won't need to use.

Anyway, I thought I would share this. Sending hubby to the store to do what I needed to do was humorous but his heart to be a blessing made it so special to me.

Love ya.

Jessica Brown said...

WOW Tammy, I have chills!!
Re-posting a link to this blog onto mine and we will all get the message spread!!

He DEFINITELY needs reminders of what he is doing!

with love, Jessica

(LisaShaw, your comment is TOO funny!! I needed that smile!)