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Just got this today…

For some context to this attachment: Pastor Mark Holick wrote this after spending a week ministering on the streets in Wyoming early May. They were there last year and were cited by local police and eventually won the case. This second time was under much duress and trouble from locals of every kind; church groups, pro-murder groups, federal folks etc. you name it. Just want to keep you aware of what is happening in this nation and to remind you that come September, States of Refuge will hold their regional event here in Little Rock. Will you join us NOW, on the streets, crying out against the injustice of babies arms and legs being ripped apart daily in our own State by abortion on demand by the poor man Mr. Tvedten at 4 Office Park Drive?

We will be out this Saturday, prolly starting at 0630 praying at the cross. O, dear saints, let’s cry aloud and spare not while we still have breath in our lungs…


A beautiful and blustery morning, yet down the street from you and I, a man prepared his implements of death. An abortionists cold steel to crush skulls and pull apart limbs from children were staged and readied. Yes, children led to slaughter are brought to this man – dying.

So, fueled by the Spirit of Truth and of Jesus, members of His church brought the warfare to the streets, within a yard of hell, at 4 Office Park Drive, Little Rock: the abortionists place of business. But the warfare we wage is not of like kind as the murderer. Our weapons are not carnal. We do not fight or wrestle with flesh and blood. Our weapons are mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds!

See the battle lines drawn:


Towards the middle of the morning we got news from the Catholics (yes, they are working on the street to save lives) that a child was saved:

A mother was inside the facility and then came out and left.

About forty minutes later as five of us were gathered we looked over in the adjacent parking lot and observed a car parked with two folks inside. Both heatedly arguing and upset this young man and woman were apparently considering entering the death camp. The five of us got to praying, interceding that the Lord our God would lead them away from slaughter. It wasn’t three minutes later they started up the car and drove away. Praise the Lord. Now, may God keep them from returning.