Getting ready to overturn 'Roe v. Wade?'

Friday, September 27, 2019
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U.S. Supreme Court w/ flagAn event next Tuesday in Washington, D.C., will involve people asking the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to overturn Roe v. Wade, and one representative of American Family Association (AFA) will be in attendance and eagerly anticipates new hope for the preborn.

AFA Director of Outreach and Intercession Joseph Parker will join The Justice Foundation and The Moral Outcry on Tuesday to roll out a petition asking SCOTUS to overturn the decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

"Their goal is to get many more names before October 1st," Parker pointed out. "If a person listening would like to sign the petition, they can simply go to"

People who have already signed the petition are asked to share the information with friends and relatives.

"The Supreme Court has reversed a number of its decisions over the years, so it's not something that's never happened," explained Parker, who also hosts The Hour of Intercession on American Family Radio (AFR). "All of our prayers make a difference. I would challenge and encourage every reader to pray fervently for the Spirit of God to work mightily in the hearts and the minds of the Supreme Court justices during this season of their work."


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