Palmquists travel to St. Louis to participate in
Operation Save America ministry activities
We left California on July 26, and arrived in St. Louis on July 30,
stopping to see friends and family in Wisconsin, Illinois, and
Indiana along the way. (Yes, we definitely took the "long way"
to St. Louis!)
We had a busy week in St. Louis, as each day's activities began
at 5:30 am and continued until late in the evening.
On Thursday morning, as we stood outside Planned Parenthood's
St. Louis fortress, we watched in disgust as an armoured truck
came to haul away the blood money Planned Parenthood receives for
destroying our nation's children.
We spent many hours during the week outside the notorious "Hope Clinic
for Women" in Granite City, IL where many women from states in the central
midwest come for late term abortions. We also walked in prayer outside
the adjacent Catholic hospital, St. Elizabeth, which claims to be pro-life
while allowing the late-term abortionist to be their OB/GYN Chief of Staff.
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The highlight of the week for us was the baptism of our three
oldest children, Andrew, Amy, and Micah, by Rev. Flip Benham on
We'll share more with you about what we did in St. Louis if you
come back to visit us again soon. In the meantime, you may want
Operation Save America's website.
We also hope you will begin making plans now to join
us in Wichita, Kansas, July 15-21, 2001, as we seek to "Finish the Job!"
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