Mark Abolition Day (Feb. 9th, 2021) On Your Calendar
Mark February 11th, 2020 at 10 a.m. on your calendar and be spreading the word about the upcoming Abolition Day rally at the Oklahoma State capitol. Last session, we had roughly 1,000 people. This upcoming session, we’re aiming for 5,000! Contact us if you would like fliers to pass out to your family, friends, and churches.
Sign up for the Abolition Now! Conference
The Abolition Now Conference and Training Seminar is around the Abolition Day Rally. It will take place on Monday, February 8th and Tuesday February 9th. The Abolition Now Training Seminar will feature teaching on the doctrine of abolitionism and how to communicate abolitionism to your community and to your legislators. Presenting educational seminars will be leading abolitionists like T. Russell Hunter, James Silberman, and Sam Riley of Free the States, Pastor Brett Baggett from Ekklesia Muskogee, Pastor Dusty Deevers from Grace Community Church of Elgin, Senator Joseph Silk, Bradley Pierce of Abolish Abortion Texas, Senator Warren Hamilton, Senator Joseph Silk, Pastor Jeff Durbin of Apologia Church and Apologia Studios, and many others. Sign up here!
Share Abolitionist Resources
The biggest thing that needs to happen for abortion to be abolished is for Christians to share the ideology of abolitionism with other Christians. The below content is great for reading/listening to and sharing with your friends.
- The Liberator Podcast: An abolitionist podcast from Free the States covering the ideology of abolitionism and current events in the Abolitionist Movement in Oklahoma and beyond. New episodes are released every Thursday at 6 p.m. These four episodes are a good place to start.
- The six articles in the “What We Believe” section of our website.
- The Doctrine of Balaam by C.R. Cali: A fantastic 170-page synopsis of the abolitionist position regarding the Biblical problems with the pro-life establishment and the incremental strategy.
- Five Reasons Abolitionists Oppose Incremental Pro-Life Bills
- The Differences Between a Pro-Life Bill and an Abolition Bill
- 47 Years of False Hope: A presentation from Constitutional attorney Bradley Pierce regarding the seven-pronged failure of the incremental pro-life strategy.
- Immediatism vs. Gradualism
Be A Citizen Lobbyist
Make a habit of emailing and/or calling your Governor as well as your state rep(s) and senator(s) to demand that they immediately establish justice for preborn human beings by abolishing abortion. Make clear that you aren’t asking for more pro-life bills which submit to the supreme court, but that you’re telling them to totally and immediately abolish abortion in defiance of the supreme court.
Read our StandWithStitt.com website to learn more about the power that all State Governors currently possess to set their states free from participating in the American Abortion Holocaust.
Donate to the Cause
For us to be as effective as we can and to create even more abolitionist materials and put on even more abolitionist events, we need to add staff members. We want to promote The Liberator Podcast so that it can reach more people. We want to promote Abolition Day and the Abolition Now Conference so that more people attend. But we can’t do that without your help! Become a monthly supporter of Free the States here!
Invite us for a talk at your church, school, or other gathering
The churches and Christian ministries in Oklahoma are waking up and getting off the sidelines of the battle to abolish abortion and push back the culture of death. Make sure yours doesn’t get left behind! Invite us to present on abolitionism.
Write letters to the editor of your local newspaper
This can be a great way to both raise awareness of legislative or executive efforts to abolish abortion, educate people in the ideas of abolitionism, and bring people into the movement. Just Google “[newspaper name] letter to the editor” to find the email to submit letters to and carefully follow any instructions for the letter given by the newspaper. As an example, the details for submitting a letter to The Oklahoman can be found here.
Follow us on Social Media
Stay in the loop on abolitionist events and happenings in Oklahoma and around the country by following us on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram. Mainstream pro-lifers have the funding, political connections, and major publications to spread their message. Abolitionism has historically spread most effectively through social media. We have to out-hustle the incrementalists. One of the easiest ways we can do that is by sharing abolitionist articles, memes, videos, and other posts on social media.
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