Pro-life Billboard Reaches Chicago and Suburbs!
Pro-life Billboard Reaches Chicago and Suburbs!
Written By Chris Iverson   |   07.19.19

Illinois Family Institute is pleased to announce that we have another large pro-life billboard in Rolling Meadows near IL-53 and Algonquin Road with the message: “Abortion Takes A Human Life.”  In early August, watch for another billboard to be posted near I-290 and Kedzie Avenue on the west side of Chicago.

The message will be seen 3.3 million times during July and August, reaching residents all traveling throughout the Chicago’s west side and northwest suburbs.

The efforts to reach Chicago area residents with this culture changing message has also taken the form of pro-life bridge events.  During these memorable and sometimes exhilarating events, pro-life friends gather to display this same message on highway overpasses throughout the Chicago area.  It’s during these moments when pro-life advocates have seen the overwhelmingly positive response to this message.  Of the responses received from drivers, 80 percent are positive and only 20 percent are negative.

Donors and volunteers have made it possible to reach millions with this powerful message.  The contributions by the pro-life community are critical if we’re going to save babies and their parents from the life-ending and soul-wounding act of abortion.  The culture can only change if we employ mass communication methods, including clear concise messages on billboards.  More babies will be aborted if we are passive and do nothing.  Therefore, we must act boldly!

Here is a short video taken at the Kedzie Avenue location.

Donate to the next series of billboards and let’s reach millions with this politically incorrect, but critically important message:

Chris Iverson
Chris Iverson assists pro-life leaders to strategize, organize and mobilize for effective advocacy. In 2016, Chris led the effort in the Chicago area to reach 8.8 million views of the message “Abortion Takes Human Life.” He began his pro-life work in 2004. He has organized pro-life overpasses, pro-life billboards, sidewalk counselling and a variety of protest events.  He has been interviewed for radio, television and print news. Chris was a pro-choice atheist until the age of 20 when, after discussing the topic of abortion with a friend, he became a pro-life atheist.  Later, Chris became an evangelical Christian.  These experiences...
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