In Lumberton, TX, we heard a talk by Michael Mariquin, a representative for Project Angels of Hope. In rural Bolivia, he works among the poorest people in South America (highest death rate for children in the first five years of their life — in the world). See: ProjectAngelsOfHope.org to sponsor a child there… We then went into Beaumont, Texas to stand in solidarity with a Walk for Life March. In talks prior to the march, a member of Texas Right to Life said there have been at least 44 million abortions in the U.S. since the Roe vs Wade decision. What’s more, with 4,400 abortions a day in the U.S. currently — another speaker said this is like having an Indian Ocean tsunami here: every month and a half. There were some 200 marchers through the downtown streets of Beaumont this Sunday afternoon. As we marched, I couldn’t help but think of all the thousands of Pro-life Christians here, and others, who opted to stay home and watch the NFC championship game — while this Holocaust continues. Our priorities have become so tragically skewed.