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Our God Given Duty of Being a Protector

I have been a part of the Pewamo Protect Life group for a year and a half. From the moment that I joined, I knew that we were going to do something impactful. We started off as a group of a dozen members, jotting down our ideas on a whiteboard.

It may have taken some time to get our feet off the ground, but now we are triple in size and have taken serious action in protecting life at all stages. We have a devoted and focused team, in which everyone plays a certain role. No matter, how big or small our actions are, we stay focused on our mission of protecting life at all stages.

You might ask me being a 17 year old young man, that cannot give birth, “Why is this important to you?” It’s important because, in 1973 seven men on the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Roe vs. Wade, ushering in a culture of death to the United States.

I want to be a part of the generation of men that upholds the highest value of life at all stages. God commands us to respect and value all life from the moment of conception until natural death, no matter what age, race, gender, or wealth status.

In our world today, where men are feminized and attacked for just being male, we need to focus on our God given duty of being a protector and defender of women and children. In writing this, I hope that more young men will join me in this fight.

Bruce George

Founding member of the Pewamo Protect Life team

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