Pro-Life Walk Passes Through Indiana

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INDIANAPOLIS – Participants in a cross-country pro-life trek said one of their team members saved the life of an unborn baby July 19 while volunteering as a sidewalk counselor outside an abortion clinic in St. Louis.

Crossroads team leader Adam Redmon of Stafford, Va., said the chance for a team member to save just one baby’s life is worth all the time, effort, hardships and sacrifices involved in walking day and night across the United States to educate people about the horrors of abortion.

Redmon, who graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, in May 2000, is a three-year veteran of the annual pro-life walk, which was started by former Franciscan University student Stephen Sanborn in 1995. “The whole walk is worth it to save one life,” Redmon said shortly after the 18 Crossroads team members arrived in Indianapolis July 25 to spend the weekend.