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Letter: Do you value life?

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

During the Holocaust, my grandmother helped feed Jews who were hiding in the woods of Belarus, Poland, because she valued life. My mother subscribed to Concerned Women for America and taught me “There, but for the grace of God, go I” because she humbly valued life.

The Lord impressed upon my husband’s and my heart to be open to taking as many children as God would give us, knowing that He opens and closes the womb and because He values life. Our family has watched the movies “180” and “7 Reasons” and taken it to heart.

On Feb. 13, our family went to the first march of my over 50 years of life, the Virginia March for Life at the Richmond Capitol. We marched for the unborn babies because we value life from the moment of conception and we’re thankful for those who have passed along this truth that we’ve learned.

God said, “Before I formed thee in the belly, I knew thee …” Jeremiah 1:5. Do...

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