Project If Life
- On July 23, 2016, Project If Life launched in Kansas City. Anna Hoduski began a 3,000 mile run across the United States, running between 10 – 15 miles a day, 5 days a week. The first half ended in Los Angeles in May of this year. Due to knee injuries, Anna switched to biking after driving back to Kansas City.
- She averages 30 – 50 miles a day, 4 days a week on her bike. They are currently in West Virginia. As she travels, Anna speaks at schools, churches, and other venues to educate and activate others into the equality movement for the preborn. They will be ending on October 15 at the Lincoln Memorial at 7 pm.
Join us if you are at one of the upcoming locations.
Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC
“There is definitely hope. We have to stand up as a nation, as our world and say we aren’t pro-choice.”
PROJECT IF LIFE Blog: October 13, 2017October 13, 2017
PROJECT IF LIFE Blog: October 11, 2017October 12, 2017
PROJECT IF LIFE Blog: October 10. 2017October 11, 2017
PROJECT IF LIFE Blog: October 6, 2017October 6, 2017
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James Bond of Baker StreetJanuary 19, 2018
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This is our battle. The tide and fortune of our time. It is the fate, the opportunity to stand up for what is right. It is our choices that make us men and women of courage. That determines heroes and villains. Write your own history now. Join If in the movement for life.Learn how
“Many of us have survived Roe vs. Wade and now it falls on our shoulders to make sure that the future generations can survive as well.”Anna Hoduski
We are Project If because abortion can and will only end in America if and only if we do something about it.
With your local community:
1. Socially: tell people in love the truth about life
2. Politically: vote for pro-life candidates; contact your representatives; know what bills are being passed in your state and in the country
3. Practically: volunteer at or donate to your local pregnancy center – whether it’s one day a week of counseling or cleaning, or donating money, diapers, or baby clothes