Toll January 30-February 4, 2012
babies, saving lives, one heart at a time”
Reporting from the
war zone, the killing fields of Granite City, Illinois
Once known for
their towering steel mills, now known for the late-term baby dumping
Count: Over 400,000 mother-child relationships in their 38 year
reign of terror
Monday- Bag n’ Tag approx 68 babies were bagged and
tagged for medical research, pharmaceutical labs, and cosmetic firms
from the past week’s carnage.
Ultrasound on parking lot later that evening; 1 baby saved
in van. Hallelujah!
Tuesday- midnight abortions approx 22 killed SD,
IN, MO, IL 2 saves
The seminarians joined our ranks this dreary day. We updated them on the
ministry, the latest saves, and their stories. They were
encouraged! We prayed, and then softly took turns offering mothers a way
out of their situation.
A mother and daughter from Missouri walked back out of the mill to
accept a brochure from
us. They were not too happy, but confirmed they were keeping their baby.
A couple of ladies from Illinois talked with us and confirmed they were
leaving with their baby alive and would call us for help. Praise the
A homeless man asked for some change for a cup of coffee. The
seminarians finished their prayers and took him across the street to
help him out. We love these guys who have a servant’s heart.
Friday- approx 23 killed CA, IN, MO, IL
Sunny and cold; an uneventful killing day. Abortionist Shah
arrived late. Many of the abortion accomplices and mothers kept coming
out for smoke breaks, including the employees. We kept softly offering
another option other than abortion as they smoked. Unfortunately, we had
no takers on our watch.
Saturday- approx 25 killed IN, MO, IL
3 saves Cold, rainy
Mark and Carrie, a young couple from Indiana, accepted a
Small Victories brochure as they walked inside the abortion mill. A few
minutes later, they came back out. Daniel was able to talk with Mark who
confirmed they were leaving with their 8 week old baby alive, as
Angela was inside the van with another couple from Missouri.
As we were exiting the van with a save, we called over to two young
women and asked if we could help them with our free resources. They were
from Cahokia. They came out and took literature from us. The women
decided to save their child and promised to call us for help.
Uggh, it was so hard to stay dry and keep warm in this dismal weather,
but at least it was not ice coming down. We could still witness and do
our mission work. Many prayer warriors came over and complimented us on
our latest successful endeavor. PTL! We were blessed by a couple who
just recently became parents and wanted to express their appreciation
for all our years of daily sacrifice and devotion for the mothers and
their babies. After becoming parents to their precious baby, they have
come to hold a deep appreciation for “LIFE” and respect for our
ministry. It brought tears to our eyes. The thanks are few and far in
between, so we really appreciated hearing this.
On another note, we received this letter recently:
“Dear Dan & Angela,
A long time ago I heard someone say: ‘The greater the person,
the greater the enemies.’ This seems to be true for the two of you.
Your opposition seems great at two levels, worldly and spiritual. But
take heart. God is Greater. If He is for you, who can be against you.”
70 babies killed, 6 babies saved, 4,139
saves since January 2000
42 babies have been adopted through Small Victories
Be encouraged ~Angela