To inform and educate the general public and in particular the citizens of Greene County on the basic right of all human beings.
To foster respect for all human beings, at every stage of their biological development irrespective of age, health, function, or condition of dependency.
To encourage and promote a favorable cultural environment in order to improve the quality of life in a manner consistent with the foregoing
To inform and educate all people as to the need for an Amendment to the United States Constitution which would protect the right of life of all human beings, especially unborn children.
We Believe . . .
that LIFE begins at conception and that all life is sanctified by God And that no one has a right to end that life. We base our belief on the scriptures.
In Psalms 139:13-16 David is talking to God when he says,
"For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place. Your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be."
Greene County Right to Life is committed to educating those in our county about the horrors of abortion and the need to treat all Life with respect. We try to accomplish this by sending out nearly 500 newsletters each month, monthly meetings, pro-life ads in the Greene County Daily World, setting up our booth at festivals (in 2020 we were at the Linton Lamb Jam and the Bloomfield Apple Festival), having an annual dinner with pro-life speakers, and placing 20 pro-life billboards in Greene County.
First Monday of each month at Greene County General Hospital at 7:00 in conference room. Also meal and fellowship at 6:00 each month in hospital cafeteria.
"New sign placed by Greene County Right to Life on Highway 54 west in Linton"
Who Will Stand?
John Barros has been ministering to women considering abortions in Florida
for years and is credited by local pro-life advocates with saving more than
1,000 babies from abortions. Now, a new video celebrates his work — and thousands have already watched it and celebrated with them.
Praying at Planned Parenthood
These little flowers on the Planned Parenthood property are waiting their time to bloom. Inside, human life is snuffed out.
Linton Freedom Festival Parade,
Linton Freedom Parade,
July 4, 2018
Greene County Right to Life float in Linton Freedom Parade 4th of July 2017
Greene County Right to Life at 2015 Linton 4th of July Parade
NEW SIGN AT LINTON CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
"I believe God knew her from the time she was conceived and had a plan for her."
The Coopers said that after applying for adoption they waited 25 months to receive their daughter, Aerie.
Aerie's biological father died before she was born. With no way for her mother to earn a living and provide for her, she was placed for adoption. When people tell Angi and Tim that it is nice they can love a child that is not their own, Angie answers, "There is no DNA for love." Courtesy Greene County Daily World
Logan and Brandy Wade also waited for more than two years for their daughter, Willow. She joined them and their 4-year-old son in July 2012.