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Just saw an email from our sister organization in Delaware. They are working what they call HB 110: House Bill 110, taxpayer-funded abortion,
There are the major flaws with HB 110:

*Abortion is prioritized
over other elective services. As Rep. Jones-Giltner pointed out, our state doesn't fully cover other elective procedures like eye care, certain hearing aids, and infertility drugs, or even a reproductive service like treatment for a prolapsed uterus. Why then does our General Assembly find it necessary to fully fund the death of our preborn, without even a co-pay or deductible?

*Abortion is prioritized
over necessary medical services. Our state does not even have enough funds to fully cover services that are necessary, such as cancer treatments. Why is the state devoting those funds toward killing our preborn?

*Abortions are already
fully funded. Planned Parenthood, with confirmation from DE's attorney general's website, claims that it will never turn any patient away for their inability to pay.

*The conscience rights
of religious or non-religious business owners are not protected. The bill sponsor clarified that only churches and schools run by churches would be exempt from covering abortions for their employees. Religious organizations or businesses, or even non-religious groups who object to funding the killing of the preborn, would not be able to request an exemption.

*Abortion is not healthcare!!
It is wrong to kill a person - especially for the sake of convenience - and call it "healthcare."

Sounds alot like what Maine was forced to take on. How does Planned parenthood wield so much power over the Majority party in Maine?
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Good morning!

Let Us Worship was in Maine last Sunday. (Worshiping in each of the 50 Capitals, Maine was #34).
From them...

Let Us Worship has a tender heart towards Gen Z. The enemy has put a bullseye on the backs of our youth—why?? Because Satan knows what a generation of young people on fire for the Gospel could accomplish for the Kingdom. Depression, anxiety and identity issues are hell's weapons of choice in this war, but we know the God who created us, knows us, and speaks TRUTH and IDENTITY into us.

Even though suicide and depression seem to have a stranglehold over Gen Z, the love of God is so much stronger. Which brings me to this past weekend in Maine. While at our Kingdom to the Capitol revival in Augusta, I personally witnessed over 100 young people battling suicide receive freedom, breakthroughs, and restored identity from the Father. It’s no wonder the warfare leading up to it was so intense!!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ump-f1oTtA&t=5s

We know the Lord has GOOD PLANS for Gen Z, and we will keep fighting for them, praying for them, and speaking life into them! Watch the recap video of our weekend revival in Maine and BE ENCOURAGED— Gen Z is on the move for Christ!

Till all hear,
--Sean
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So grateful ☺️

AWESOME

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