Louisiana Life March North

Saturday, January 25th  |  10 AM - Noon
THEME: 4,003 Lives Too Many

Sponsored by Louisiana Right to Life, in conjunction with the Louisiana Baptist Convention, Louisiana Family Forum, Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, Ark-La-Tex Crisis Pregnancy Center, Heart of Hope Ministries, and Concerned Women for America

  • What is the Louisiana Life March (LLM) North?

    • The LLM North is a chance for the citizens of Shreveport, Bossier City, Ruston, Monroe, Natchioches, and all of North Louisiana to stand together for an abortion-free Louisiana.
    • The event will consist of a historic march from Bossier City's "Louisiana Boardwalk" across the Texas Street bridge to a gathering in Shreveport's Festival Plaza. At Festival Plaza, nationally-known speakers and local music groups will lead prayer and presentation. After the gathering, a "Life Ministry Mobilization" area will plug you into all the pro-life efforts in your communities.
  • Why "4,003 Lives Too Many"?

    • In 2012, 4,003 abortions were performed at the two abortion facilities in Caddo and Bossier parishes, making the combination of Shreveport and Bossier City the "abortion capital" of Louisiana.  In 2012, 9,225 abortions were performed in Louisiana.* Click here for more info on statistics.
    • The LLM North is the beginning of an effort to save these lives by motivating the faith community to reach out in service and education.
  • Event Details / Answers to FAQ

    • Gather by 9:45 AM at the North Lot of the Bossier City Boardwalk.
    • The March will commence at 10 AM after opening prayer, music, and remarks, head across the Texas Street Bridge, and end at the Festival Plaza where the program will continue.
    • The march from the Boardwalk to Festival Plaza is 1.2 miles. 
    • For those that cannot make the march, please gather at Festival Plaza.
    • Limited transportation will be available to return people from Festival Plaza to the north lot of the Boardwalk.
  • Speakers, Leaders, and Music At LLM NORTH:

    Dr. Richard Land
    • KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Richard Land (pictured at right)
      • Dr. Land is a national leader in the Southern Baptist Convention and current president of Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) based in Charlotte, NC.
      • Prior to becoming president of SES, Dr. Land served for 25 years as the president of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, the Southern Baptist Convention's official entity assigned to address social, moral, and ethical concerns, with particular attention to their impact on American families and their faith.
      • Read More about Dr. Land
    • Mike Johnson, Shreveport Attorney and Louisiana Right to Life Legal Counsel and Regional Director
    • Senator David Vitter
    • Congressman John Fleming
    • Jodi Burns, Executive Director of Heart of Hope Ministries
    • Bishop Michael Duca, Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Shreveport
    • Rev. Jonathan Beck, Executive Pastor, First United Methodist Church of Shreveport
    • Vickie Brumley, Executive Director, Ark-La-Tex Crisis Pregnancy Center
    • Bishop Hank Mariner, Senior Pastor and Founder, Hosanna Family Worship Center A/G
    • Dr. Chuck Pourciau, Senior Pastor, Broadmoor Baptist Church
    • Pastor Bryan Reed, North Community Pastor, The Simple Church
    • Pastor James A. McMenis, Word of God Ministries
    • Gene Mills, Executive Director, Louisiana Family Forum
    • Chris Davis, 40 Days for Life
    • Rachael Wells, Shreveport-Bossier Prayers for Life
    • Music by the Cypress Baptist Church Worship Team
    • Inspiring testimonies & many special guests and dignataries
  • Need More Information?
    • For more information, call our Shreveport office at 318.300.3533. You can also request promotional materials to be sent to your church or group.

 

 

 

 

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* 2012 Abortion Statistics Still Listed as "Preliminary" by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals