Notice of Possession

Escambia County Sheriff's Office
Notice of Possession
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After two 40 Days for Life campaigns, AMS of Pensacola has closed its doors!

An answer to our prayers! Thank you Jesus!

The landowners have repossessed from AMS the property at:

6115 Village Oaks Drive
Pensacola, Florida 32504

And it is currently in the possession of the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office

AMS of Pensacola’s official website – http://amsofpensacola.com/ – is also down at the moment.

Read the LifeNews story here

Gov. Scott Signs Historic Pro-Life Bills

Tallahassee, Florida – Over the weekend on Saturday, July 30, 2011, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a package of four pro-life bills at a ceremony in the library of the Governor’s Mansion, marking the culmination of one of the most successful legislative sessions the pro-life movement in Florida’s history.

Governor Scott was joined at the ceremony by the legislative bill sponsors and representatives from the Florida Family Policy Council, the Florida Baptist Convention and the Florida Catholic Conference.  Legislators present included (pictured left to right) State Representatives Dennis Baxley, Rachel Burgin, Larry Ahern, Keith Perry, Mat Gaetz, Kelli Stargel and Elizabeth Porter.

“We are grateful to have a governor that understands that being pro-life is more than just campaign rhetoric,” said John Stemberger, President of the Florida Family Policy Council. “By his actions today, Governor Rick Scott has proven himself to be a defender of life. How we treat the weakest and most vulnerable members of society says a lot about how civilized we are a people. These laws provide further protection for ‘the least of these’ in our state and Governor Scott is to be commended.”  John Stemberger’s wife Olivia and his two sons attended the event as well.

“This event today is the culmination of years of work by countless pro-life members and advocates,” said Bill Warren, Policy Director of the Florida Family Policy Council.  “We applaud their commitment to this cause and commend the hard work of this group of bill sponsors.”

The four bills require mothers to view an ultrasound prior to an abortion, ensure that funds collected from the sale of Choose Life license plates are quickly and efficiently distributed throughout the state, prevent the public funding of abortion and ensure that parents are informed when their minor children are pursuing an abortion.

The bills signed in the ceremony were HB 501, CS/HJR 1179, HB 97 and HB 1247.

Written by: Florida Family Policy Council

Community Health Care Center of Pensacola is now American Family Planning.

We praise God for the 9 months lives were saved with the closing of the Community Health Care Center of Pensacola. Thank you God for allowing us to witness a miracle. We must praise God in all things!

Let us ask God to send out laborers for his harvest as we peacefully stand vigil in prayer for LIFE in Pensacola.

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The Bulletin – Keenan:  Pro-Life Movement Attracting Young, Zealous

NARAL President: Pro-Aborts Aging, Pro-Lifers More Active
By Kathleen Gilbert
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Washington — The pro-life movement in America is growing in leaps and bounds, attracting young, zealous women to defend the unborn in droves — a fact that even the president of NARAL has now admitted.

NARAL’s Nancy Keenan told Newsweek last week that she considers herself a member of the “postmenopausal militia” — a phrase that captures the situation of pro-abortion leaders who are aging across the board, including the leadership of Planned Parenthood, and the National Organization for Women.

Newsweek’s Sarah Kliff notes that “these leaders will retire in a decade or so.”

Keenan also remarked on the enormity of this year’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., and, according to Newsweek, is troubled that such passion has faded among the youth on her side of the movement.

“I just thought, my gosh, they are so young,” Keenan said about stumbling on this year’s March for Life in Washington. “There are so many of them, and they are so young.”

While March for Life estimates it drew 400,000 pro-lifers to Washington for this year’s March, Planned Parenthood’s “Stop Stupak” rally in December only drew about 1,300 attendees.

In addition, Newsweek revealed that NARAL’s own research on American youth shows more reason for Keenan to worry: a survey conducted by the group found that, while 51 percent of pro-life voters under 30 considered abortion a “very important” voting issue, only 26 percent of abortion supporters in the same demographic felt similarly.

“Keenan is right to be worried,” commented Wendy Wright, president of Concerned Women for America, to LifeSiteNews.com (LSN) this week.

“As more evidence proves the humanity of unborn babies and pain that abortion causes mothers and babies, more people will be pro-life,” Wright said, adding that “pro-abortionists motivate by anger; pro-lifers are motivated by love” – a fact that appeals “especially to a generation that is desperate for the bonds of family.”

Kristan Hawkins of Students for Life of America told LSN that the fears expressed by the pro-abortion giant are playing out visibly on college campuses, where she says pro-life groups are routinely more vigorous and longer-lasting than pro-abortion groups.

“That’s exactly what we see every day on college campuses,” said Hawkins. “We’ll have pro-choice groups that spring up in reaction to the pro-life groups that are started on campus and those groups, they last maybe a year. The only purpose they serve is to be reactionary towards our pro-life students.”

Hawkins noted that groups such as Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and the Feminist Majority Network struggle to maintain campus chapters. “They all are incredibly well-funded, have a lot more money than Students for Life of America, yet none of them can [keep] active groups,” she said.

“More and more, this generation treats abortion as a fundamental human rights violation,” said Hawkins.

Katie Walker, Communications Director of the American Life League, has already made several appearances on television news shows as a spokesperson for the pro-life cause – and she only recently turned 24.

“Nancy Keenan and her aging ‘postmenopausal militia’ should be shaking in their combat boots,” Walker told LSN. “Poll after poll has confirmed what the pro-life movement has known for a long time – young people are pro-life – young women especially are pro-life.

“Despite the pro-abortion movement’s stranglehold on the entertainment media, our educational institutions, our laws – they’re selling an unsustainable bill of goods. They’re asking us to deny our womanhood and our femininity in exchange for a selfish me-first philosophy that has led too many of our friends, too many of our mothers to pain and suffering in the aftermath of their abortions, their divorces, their joyless corporate climb.”

Young women, said Walker, “aren’t looking at the Nancy Keenans of the world and thinking – ‘I want to be just like her some day.’” “They’re looking at the joy that comes with selflessly embracing life and human rights and dignity,” she said.

“As Alice Von Hildebrand says – every woman whether single or married is called to be a mother in some way. Most young women I know, myself included, are looking at the joy on the faces of the young mothers in our lives and thinking – ‘I want to be just like THAT some day.’

Remember this message?

Urgent Prayer Request! Public School Student Threatening Abortion………

We just received this e-mail this evening.  Please pray for this school teacher
and her student.

Urgent call to prayer! I am a public school teacher. I have a student who has
informed me she is planning on having an abortion. She has a church background.
Please pray for the Lord to touch her heart, and change her mind. She is a
minor, but says she is old enough to make the decision herself without parental
consent. This makes me furious.  Everyone, please pray and fast the next few days for this young woman.

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