On December 19 eight of us from Bethlehem were among the 92 arrested while participating in a rescue at Planned Parenthood on Ford Parkway in St. Paul. [We] simply sat in front of the door to say by our action: without violence we will do what we can to stop child-killing here today.
Is that remarkable? Not very. But here’s something that is:
Liberty Ann Hinkle was born 3 and ½ months premature March 1987. She weighed 1 lb. 3 oz. She lived. I have a picture of her when she was born and one a year later. She is sitting up and smiling with a very lady-like bonnet.
Last week in St. Paul a woman 21 weeks pregnant paid to have the medical people kill her baby. What was the difference between these two babies? Perhaps a week in age. In one case the mother and medical people bent every effort for life. In the other they used their know-how to kill.
Wouldn’t you sit down in front of a door to separate a baby from a killer?
Excerpted from "Why Would Three Pastors from Bethlehem Get Arrested?"