Pro Life MS News


We are ambassadors for Christ, as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ: be reconciled to God (2 Corinthians 5:20).

Long days and busy schedules can make life stressful at times. This message is to help you slow things down and reflect on what is truly important. Join us in discovering THE POWER OF PRAYER so that we may all reap the benefits of a spiritual life.

Today’s inspirational message includes:
Blow the trumpet in Zion! Proclaim a fast, call an assembly. Gather the people, notify the congregation. Assemble the elders; gather the children and the infants at the breast… Let the priests, the ministers of the Lord, weep and say, “Spare, O Lord, your people.”—Joel 2:15-17
Please join us in prayer and fasting as we go to the abortion facility to be a public witness for God!

PLM Mourns Death of Elva Eubanks

PLM board members were saddened to learn that a devoted pro-life advocate and friend, Elva Glenda Eubanks, passed away on February 17, 2020. Alva was an active volunteer in Mississippi politics, supporting many conservative causes, including Pro-Life Mississippi.

“PLM could always count on her support and advocacy for the unborn,” stated PLM Secretary Judy Batson. “I will especially miss her presence at my table at the Spring Banquet this year.”

PLM gratefully acknowledges the many people who have made donations to our ministry in her memory.


PLM Welcomes Its First Official State Affiliate

District 7 Organizes as Gulf Coast’s Pro-Life Voice

On February 20, 2020, the PLM Board voted unanimously to accept District 7 into the State Pro-Life Mississippi organization. Working with PLM District liaison Janis Lane, a group of enthusiastic pro-life citizens from ten south Mississippi counties have formed their district association and organized a 10 member board. On January 27 their board elected Dan Carr, Jr. as their president, Angel Middleton as vice president, Debbie Cox as treasurer and Jeremy McGill as secretary. The other 7 board members are Jackie Carr, Mary Pelletier, Roberta Chilimigras, Deborah Moran, Romona McGill and Tiffany Bell.

“We at PLM are elated to see our vision of a truly state-wide pro-life network coming to reality,” stated PLM President Laura Duran. “District 7 will always hold the honor of being the first to respond to the challenge of helping PLM promote the sanctity of all human life, which is under unprecedented attack in our world today.”

District 7 consists of the following counties: Forrest, George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Lamar, Pearl River, Perry and Stone.

See map of Districts on the PLM website. Contact the PLM office for help in organizing or joining your District organization.



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