More than CRIME, ACCIDENTS, CANCER, HEART DISEASE and AIDS
Abortion has ended more black lives than every other cause of death combined since 1973
Blacks are 13% of the population, but have 36% of the abortions in America
A black woman is 5 times more likely to have an abortion than a white woman
1,876 black babies on average are aborted every day in America (Blackgenocide.org)
In New York City more black babies are aborted in a year than are born
(CNS News) A Time to Stand; Protecting the Unborn in the Black Community
is an hour-long documentary about the atrocity of abortion in the Black Community. Focusing on abortion among African-Americans, the film reveals its negative impact while providing positive alternatives and seeks to motivate leaders and individuals in the Black Community and elsewhere to take action to end this evil. Noted African-American ministers and professionals are featured in the film. Testimonials from women who have faced this issue in real life give the film a strong emotional impact. Women and men freely share their courage to choose parenthood or adoption instead of abortion. Others who have experienced an abortion voice their regret and share how they are finding forgiveness and healing. The film is a message of life and hope, produced to inspire the Black Community to courageously take action to end the atrocious act of abortion and for other pro-life advocates to support them.
The film will be shown in many churches across the nation. It will be used by crisis pro-life pregnancy centers. The film will be shown on Christian TV networks. This film has the potential to save the lives of many black children and save women and men from an experience they could regret years later in life. Your generous gift can help make this possible.
One of the producers of A Time to Stand
also produced the award-winning pro-life film, A Voice for Life
, which featured abortion survivor Melissa Ohden. The production company is Chapel Valley Media of Tennessee. Chapel Valley is a well-recognized name in the music industry. Founded more than 20 years ago by The Roark Family, brothers Shane and Travis Roark and a talented team of administrative staff, as well as a phenomenal music production team make Chapel Valley what it is today. The Roark brothers have invested over 30 years into the music industry. They have built a team that provides excellence in recording services, marketing, radio promotion, video production, artist management and in-house duplication. Chapel Valley Media is working with Hour of Power Ministry in Atlanta, Georgia headed by Dr. Ron Archer to make the film available across the nation. Dr. Archer is a noted speaker, author and pro-life advocate who served as a presidential advisor to President Bush.
Dr. Ron Archer
Those who donate $20 or more will receive an ebook by Dr. Archer entitled. Team Work Makes Dream Work. (Include email address) Projected release date for the film is Father’s Day of 2020. "The most dangerous place for an African-American is in the womb."
– Pastor Clenard Childress, Jr.