Thousands March for Life in Louisiana!

Thousands of marchers participated in Saturday’s Life March North event. (Baptist Message photo/Doug Collier)
Scores of Louisiana citizens marched for life the past two Saturdays, first in Baton Rouge and last week in Bossier City-Shreveport, and there’s one more 2018 Louisiana Life March event left for pro-lifers to show their support for mothers and their babies.

Thousands are expected to march this Saturday from Pineville to Alexandria and share the message that Every Life Deserves a Lifetime. This is the third march in Central Louisiana, and each has been bigger than the year before!

Louisiana Life March Cenla
Feb. 3 | 10 a.m. – Noon

The Louisiana Life March Cenla begins on the grounds of Louisiana College in Pineville. The 1.6-mile march will go down Main Street toward the Jackson Street Bridge, cross the bridge and conclude at the amphitheater on the Alexandria side of the Red River, where a program will be held. Speakers include the personal testimony of Will Hall and his son, Jacob, David Scotton ( I Lived on Parker Avenue), Claire Lemoine with Cenla Pregnancy Center, and Pastor Brian Gunter of First Baptist Church Pollock.


(Photo by Darlene Aguillard)

Life March South

The Louisiana Life March South in Baton Rouge was Jan. 20. Though many area pro-lifers were in Washington, D.C. for the March for Life that weekend, more than a thousand people converged on Baton Rouge to show their support for life in a march from the Capitol to the Downtown Riverfront.

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(Baptist Message Photo/Doug Collier)

Life March North

Rain was expected, but it held off last Saturday morning so more than 5,500 pro-lifers could cross the Texas Street Bridge from Bossier City to Shreveport and share the message that Every Life Deserves a Lifetime. It was a powerful gathering of all ages, races and religious affiliations.