For those of you not familiar with the childhood classic… Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who tells a story of an elephant named Horton who comes across a thistle that is the home to a colony of Whos. Both Horton and the Whos find themselves in desperate need to prove the existence of life on the thistle in order to save the thistle from being destroyed by monkeys.
The iconic, resounding statement of the Whos in Whoville represents the power of one little voice with a big impact. How much can one little voice matter? When the lives of many are impacted by the resonating sound of one, then I would say quite a bit. At times it feels that My Life Clinic is one little voice when looking at the landscape of abortion clinics, the amount of advertising dollars available to abortion facilities, and how accepting society is of abortion. MLC may be a small clinic with a seemingly small voice, but it has a big impact. The image below shows MLC’s community impact for 2013.
This blog has been a long time coming for Life Network of Central Missouri, the umbrella company over MLC. Carla Arinder, Executive Director of LNCM, has always been vocal about the fact that there needs to be a voice in the room in order to accurately represent MLC within the community. This blog will be an attempt to strengthen that voice.
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