“As Christians, we need to SERVE! Certainly we need to serve the people around us, but we especially need to serve the most vulnerable and defenseless—the unborn. While I rode for a week, our PRCs serve women and children every single day. Where will you make your impact? I’m telling you the joy is real and it is worth it.”
“We may not be able to completely understand every woman who walks into a pregnancy resource center for help, but we can relate to their needs by continuing to train ourselves to sacrifice for them and their babies.” First year missionary Mariclare shares the unique perspective of one of three siblings on the national ride this year.
Here we were, Biking for Babies, existing exactly where we need to be – in the storm. Our society, both “pro-life” and “pro-choice” have closed the shutters and doors as the storm that is abortion traps women and their families outside. As for Pregnancy Resource Centers, Biking for Babies, and our supporters, we will trudge in the rain and live in the storm. With outstretched hands and open hearts we will reach scared, scarred, and helpless women and their families.
Didn’t make it to our Celebration of Life in St. Louis? Check out what happened!
We decided it would be great to group all of the route leaders’ bios into one place, so read on to learn who is leading
I have biked 7 years, equaling close to 7,000 miles ridden on behalf of Christ and pregnancy resource centers across the nation. But there is something you must know about me: I am not a cyclist.
At that point in time a girl from the group asked this question to her friends: How can we as Catholics preach a pro-life stance, but then we don’t actually do anything to facilitate these women to be pro-life? I asked God in my head, “You’re making this my job, aren’t you?” It was almost sarcastic. I then looked down at my phone… And I watched it die in my hand…
On July 15, 2017, around 100 people gathered deep in a park in St. Louis, surrounded by balloons, laughing children, and lots of trees. Some of them had ridden over 100 miles that day, some were just sweaty because it was warm outside. The 2017 Biking for Babies Celebration of Life had begun.
If you remember earlier this summer, we shared about a training ride some of our Northern missionaries put together in Wisconsin. Well, that was “so last year!” This year’s ride brought new pregnancy resource centers into play, invoked a few more weather patterns, and including a crew of six passionate missionaries for life. Read on about their experience…it’s a good one.
Dirk rode with the Eastern Team from Ohio to St. Louis, and as a first-year rider, he admits the journey wasn’t the easiest, but it