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Pro-Life Women's Conference


Never before has there been a national Pro-life women’s conference, but we are happy to announce one happening June 24th – 26th in Dallas, Texas!

Debby Efurd is proud to be a sponsors of this first-ever national “Pro-life Women’s Conference:  Reclaiming the Narrative,” is hosted by And Then There Were None and Alice Paul Group.  This is an event by women, for women.  We seek to come together to proclaim that women’s empowerment cannot be bought by sacrificing the lives of others. We are reclaiming our voices as the grassroots of the pro-life movement and showing the world that the pro-choice ideology does not speak for us! We are here to say that we are prowoman and prolife!

This event includes powerful presentations, fellowship, friendship, and fun that promises to be unrivaled and unforgettable.  We will have panels and breakout sessions including topics on prolife activism, adoption, advocacy, sex trafficking, sidewalk counseling, prolife media, grassroots organizing, new feminism, natural fertility care, and more.
We would love for you to be a part of this first ever event.  Go to www.prolifewomen.com to register today! 


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