SpeakOut Illinois, the state’s premiere pro-life and pro-family conference is this Saturday, February 2, and today is your last chance to get discounted early registration pricing.
This year’s theme is “50 Million and Counting: 40 Years of Roe v. Wade” and we’ve got a great lineup of speakers.
Conference speakers include Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation, who will speak on “Fatherhood in the Culture of Abortion,” and Pro-Life Action League Executive Director Eric Scheidler, who will give a talk titled “Stand Up for Life: Why Your Witness Matters.”
Other speakers include Star Parker of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), who is this year’s Henry Hyde Life Leadership Award recipient.
If you sign up before midnight tonight, the price is only $55, which includes a banquet lunch, so don’t wait another minute before registering. After today, the registration fee is $65.
Here are the details:
Event: SpeakOut Illinois 2013
When: Saturday, February 2nd, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: Crowne Plaza O’Hare, Rosemont, Illinois [map]
You can register here.
This will be a crucial year for pro-life and pro-family issues in Illinois. Get inspired and equipped for the work ahead with this dynamic conference!
Special Conference for Pro-Life Teens
Also this Saturday is TeenSpeak, a conference for high school aged teens held concurrently with SpeakOut Illinois.
TeenSpeak 2013 will feature Ryan Bomberger, who will share his own personal story, which gives him a unique perspective on abortion. He was conceived in rape, but his biological mother courageously chose to place him for adoption with a large, multi-racial family.
Today, Ryan is himself an adoptive father of four children and an Emmy Award winning creative professional who specializes in training pro-lifers to communicate their message through visual media in the most impactful way possible.
Plus, teens will learn how they can save babies’ lives through sidewalk counseling outside abortion clinics, and will have a chance to hear other teens talk about their own experiences doing this crucial pro-life work.
TeenSpeak 2013 is open to high school and college-age teens, and adults who work with them — teachers, youth ministers, pro-life club moderators, parents, etc. Admission is only $25.