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(11/18/2014) You are invited to attend the ANNUAL LIFEWATCH WORSHIP SERVICE at 9:30 am on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at the United Methodist Building, 100 Maryland Avenue in Washington, DC. Dr. Edgardo Colono-Emeric, Assistant Professor of Christian Theology at Duke University Divinity School, will be preaching. Following the March for Life, please join us again later the same day, at 3:00 pm in the UM Building, for the Lifewatch Board meeting. All are invited to attend!

(11/11/2014) "On October 24th, Sergeant John Vorrath watched the birth of his daughter via Facetime. John was deployed to the Middle East with the Iowa National Guard and couldn’t be there for his wife’s delivery. However, while he was watching the birth, he received a message from his commander that said his request to leave had been granted. The very next day he met his one-day old daughter, who they named Charlotte, and was able to surprise his wife at the hospital."

Source: "Watch This Soldier Surprise His Wife When He Returns Home to Meet His Newborn Baby Girl," by Sarah Zagorski, 11/10/14. . Accessed 11/11/14

AND TO ALL THOSE WHO SERVE, OR HAVE SERVED ---THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!

(11/04/2014) One of the issues that passed in the 2014 midterm elections was Tennessee's Amendment 1, which gives state lawmakers more power to restrict and regulate abortions.  

Source: Post-election report -The Tennessean newspaper:   About the issue, by Nashville NPR, dated 11/3/14 (before the election): Amendment Guide 

(10/28/2014) "By the 8th week of pregnancy, the developing life is now called a fetus–Latin for “young one” or “offspring.” Everything is now present that will be found in a fully developed adult. Only time to grow is needed."

Source: 
“The First Nine Months” brochure, published by Focus on the Family, Colorado Springs, CO., c.1990.

(10/14/2014) "After that day, things changed and I was not able to continue to do what I was doing. I finally knew for certain that abortions were never performed on a blob of tissue, as they want the world to believe, but a real person. This baby was 12 weeks old before he/she was murdered." Source: Merilida Aguilar, former abortion clinic employee. "Former Abortion Clinic Worker: I Saw Tiny Arms and Hands Floating in Blood," by Carole Novielli. 10/13/14, Accessed 10/14/14

WARNING: Some of the descriptions of abortions in this account are unsettling and may not be suitable for younger readers.  

(10/07/2014) "At their semi-annual board of directors meeting, which concluded last weekend [Sept 20-21], the General Board of Church and Society (GBCS) committed itself, among other things, to dramatically rolling back respect for human embryos and similarly rolling back resistance to the 'new eugenics,' first within the United Methodist Church and ultimately within societies around the world."

Source: “UMC Lobby Office Targets Human Embryos, OK with ‘New Eugenics,’” by John Lomperis, 9/25/14, Accessed 10/6/14

(09/30/2014) "By the end of the eighth week the overwhelming majority (several thousand) of the body's organs, structures and systems have already begun to develop. Few, if any, new structures begin to form after this time. …. Key changes that do occur past the eighth week, however, include the appearance of hair follicles on the eyebrows, eyelids, upper lip and chin at the end of the second month. In addition, fingernails and toenails begin to develop about the tenth week after conception and scattered rudiments of hair also form at this time. External genitalia start to appear at the end of this week which will indicate to the naked eye whether the child is a boy or a girl."

Source: “Science Sheds Light on Unborn Human Life,” by John F. Cogan, Appendix 1. c.2002, page 6 of print version. www.sfuhl.org chapter, "Unborn Child Develops So Rapidly!" accessed 9/30/14.

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September 2014 News Letter

Our Mission:

Out of obedience to Jesus Christ, the Taskforce of United Methodists on Abortion and Sexuality (TUMAS) will work to create in church and society esteem for human life at its most vulnerable, specifically for the unborn child and for the Woman who contemplates abortion.  Therefore, TUMAS's first goal is to win the hearts and minds of United Methodists, to engage in abortion-prevention through theological, pastoral and social emphases that support human life."

Jim Caviezel Speaks on Abortion


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THESE ANNUAL EVENTS TOOK  PLACE ON JANUARY 22, 2014 (WEDS.) AT THE UNITED METHODIST BUILDING, 100 MARYLAND AVENUE NE, WASHINGTON, DC
9:30 a.m. LIFEWATCH SERVICE OF WORSHIP WITH BISHOP KENNETH H. CARTER, JR. (FL AREA) PREACHING
3:00 p.m. LIFEWATCH BOARD MEETING

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