Death Toll August 4-9, 2014
“Rescuing babies, saving
lives, one heart at a time”
Reporting from the war zone, the killing fields of Granite
Once known for their towering steel mills, now known for the
late-term baby dumping mill.
Casualty Count: Over 400,000
mother-child relationships in their 40 year reign of terror
Bag n’ Tag approx 50 babies were bagged and tagged for
medical research, pharmaceutical labs, and cosmetic firms from this
past week’s carnage.
abortions approx 22 babies killed
2 babies saved
on-site ultrasounds VERY
We arrived and quickly set up our outreach to the abortion-bound
mothers who were arriving in the noonday heat; it was a sizzler.
Many of the women were obviously late term. One black American woman
needed assistance from her driver and passenger to walk inside as
she moaned in pain. She looked familiar, and was suffering from her
incomplete abortion. Now, two weeks later, she returned to the
abortion mill to have the rest of her dismembered baby rotting in
her uterus, removed, again. Shoddy work, Erin Lee King. Hope
Clinic is notoriously known for incomplete abortions which leave
many women doubled over in pain, full of infection, and bleeding.
They wind up at the emergency rooms of many hospitals to be “cleaned
out.” Many E.R. docs have complained of having to clean
up “Hope Clinic messes.”
“Katie” listened and came inside our ultrasound van where
she was able to view her approx 6.3 week old baby floating in
an ocean of amniotic fluid. She was happy and listened to our
resources and physician follow-up that we offered. She thanked us,
and we watched her get to her car and drive off. Praise God!
We continued gallantly offering help and begged mercy for the
innocents scheduled to die this day. A threesome including two older
women brought a young black girl. We gently offered other options to
them. The white woman looked over a few seconds later. The young
girl came out of the guard shack and started screaming at us, “You
going to take my child? You going to raise it? You
going to pay its bills?” We walked closer. “YES!
Yes, we will,” we replied. “God knows your
situation. If He brought you to it, He will get you through it. You
don’t need abortion; you need Jesus.” Eventually
all four went inside.
We kept speaking with the abortion-bound women smoking on the bench
as they waited to kill their babies. “Jesus is the only man
that can fill that void in your life. Ladies, that’s why you’re
here. You tried everything. Why don’t you give Jesus a try?
Let Him in your hearts today.”
An hour later, that young girl came outside and began running to the
edge of the sidewalk looking for Jesus...and that lady. Linda met
them with a book we had just been blessed with. I told her to, “Give
it to that girl.” She needed it more than me. She was
crying. I hugged her and asked her “if she would like to see
a picture of her baby?” “Yes ma’am,” she replied. As
we walked she began apologizing for the nasty words she spewed at me
earlier. Sadly, as we walked to the van the smokers began heckling
the pregnant girl for choosing NOT to kill her baby. They wanted to
know “how much money we were going to pay this pregnant girl
to keep her baby??” It was appalling. Yet this is
the culture we are dealing with. What is good is considered evil;
what is evil is considered good. My flesh wanted to ask them how
much money their mothers got paid to keep them? But I didn’t get
in the gutter with them. Our patient was more important. Once
inside, “Desiree” shared that she was sitting in the
paper-filling-out room with other women, some very advanced in their
pregnancies, and they kept coming in. She was getting sick at the
sight of their bellies and their callous attitudes. One woman jumped
off her seat when her name was called to go back for her abortion.
Desiree had what I like to call a “Juno” moment : ) and
she remembered our last words offering Jesus and she came out into
our arms. We quickly scanned; to her surprise she viewed an approx 16
week old baby girl, auditioning for her life.
Her mother spoke up and told me of their plight: she had several
other children and Desiree wants to finish school. “That’s
good! We, too, want her to get her education.” We went
over resources we could assist them with and they were relieved. “We
didn’t know there would be people out here like you
all,” the mother said. Desiree then quietly shared with me
that she felt ashamed of her situation and was concerned of what
others think. I knew why God told me to give Desiree that book on
“Confidence” now. I told her that the number one
problem with young girls and women in general is that they lack self
esteem. Hence, they end up looking for love in all the wrong places
and being used by men. Ultimately, they wind up at the abortion mill
over and over. It’s a vicious cycle. I told her, “This
situation is not between you and others; it’s between you and God.
He is the only one you need to be concerned about what He thinks of
you.” We then went over physician follow-up,
transportation, and a mentor. I offered that her mother was a good
one, but with her working and raising others, “You could
probably use some help and someone to talk to.” “Yes
ma’am.” We exchanged contact information and she
hugged me tightly whispering , “Thank you so much.” I
then blessed her with a “love bucket” full of mommy and
baby supplies and notes of encouragement. Her mother was thrilled as
we walked them to their friend’s car and we watched them drive
off. Thank you Jesus!
late-term babies from the day before returned to be dismembered.
11 babies killed MO, IL
1 baby saved
We arrived and quickly set up our outreach to the abortion-bound
mothers. It was a low killing day. Praise God! We were there praying
and within minutes, a couple from Missouri came back out. “Maggie”
and her friend from Missouri confirmed they were keeping their 8
week old baby, but were interested in placing their baby up
for adoption. They accepted our adoption literature as they drove
off the parking lot.
17 babies killed MO, IL
1 baby saved Church Without Walls
We arrived and set up our pregnancy outreach in the waves of
drizzly rain. Church Without Walls soon filled the sidewalks
surrounding the slaughterhouse with Pastor Todd leading the charge.
Loretta led the praise and worship which filled the air in the City
of Slaughter. Abortionist and serial baby killer Yogendra Shah
arrived earlier than usual due to the fact that several abortion
clients were late-term and precipitating once behind those purple
slaughterhouse doors. They just kept coming. Most were from
Missouri. A Black Genocide/ Jihad was declared this day. A couple of
young girls came back out, and we met them on the street where they
confirmed they, “didn’t go through with the abortion
and are leaving.” They accepted a brochure and thanked us
as they drove off. A SV save came out of the hospital to deliver
great news: “Mary” delivered her baby boy, 5lbs 10 oz.
They named him “Colton” the day before and wanted to tell
Angela. We shared the good news with the saints surrounding our
ultrasound van. They were so encouraged. The only thing Mary thought
she needed was a car seat to bring the baby home in and we were
fresh out, so we took up a small collection to help the couple
purchase one. She was so relieved and grateful for all our help.
The pilgrims did a Jericho March around the slaughterhouse in the
hopes that soon those cinderblock walls will come tumbling down. We
then met up on the adjacent parking lot and gave an encouraging
report and update on our ministry. Many questions and compliments
followed as Pastor Todd led the proclaiming line over to the
main thoroughfare to peacefully stand and let the city know what
they harbor and the abomination that continues with the local
churches’ permission. Soon, it was time to thank the prayer
warriors as they made their pilgrimage back home. Thank you Lord!
50 babies killed, 4 babies saved, 4,817 babies
saved since January 2000 and
45 babies have been adopted through Small Victories
MICHAEL BROWN 2014 & BLACK GENOCIDE
My heart goes out to the family of the Ferguson, Missouri teen who
was shot down by a police officer, but I can’t help thinking
of the many other senseless murders of young men and children that
occur every day; but, unlike the tragic case of Michael Brown, these
receive hardly any attention from media and organizations.
Consider, the same thing happens every night in Chicago, with
multiple deaths at the hands of other black men; and then there’s
North St. Louis and St Louis City. Where’s the national spotlight
then? Where is the NAACP then? Yes, outrage is pouring out onto the
streets in Ferguson, but how often, when it’s black on black
crime, does the community refuse to “snitch” out on the suspect
or those involved? And where is the NAACP? They are MIA.
And then there are the savage murders and beheadings of Iraqi
Christian children by the invading militant ISIS group that’s
currently in the news. People are rightly outraged, but the same
grisly beheadings have been going on for over 40 years behind the
purple doors of the abortion mill in Granite City. Where is the
outrage for the slaughter of these innocents? And, sadly, of the
multiplied thousands who have perished, over seventy percent are
black children. When it comes right down to it, it seems to me that
some of these outraged people need to do some soul searching before
they beat their chests and point fingers. Let the truth be known: we
have been sowing bloodshed in the womb for four decades, and now we
are reaping it in the streets. Ultimately: different weapons, same
results. Where there is no justice there will never be peace. Peace
begins in the womb. As far as the looting and rioting: it serves no
purpose except to detract from the issue at hand, but plays into the
hands of evil which is always looking for an excuse to surface.