LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – Speak for the Unborn, a holistic pro-life ministry, is celebrating the accomplishments of 2021 and previewing aspirations for 2022 at a Christmas celebration on December 9. The black-tie optional event is free.

“We’re just taking a time to celebrate what the Lord’s been doing through the ministry, and just spend some good time of fellowship with other believers and our network churches and supporters and donors,” said Laurelen Muller, executive director of Speak for the Unborn.

Activities such as a photo booth and Christmas-themed games will be available against the backdrop of live Christmas jazz and worship music. Desserts, eggnog, cider, hot chocolate and charcuterie cups will also be provided.

Halfway through the event, Speak for the Unborn staff will share plans for 2022 and donation needs, collect prayer requests and announce the achievements of 2021.

“(We’ll be) celebrating the network churches we’ve been able to train, the babies that have been saved and the number of people who heard the gospel this year,” Muller added.

Muller noted that the past two years have been difficult and Speak for the Unborn wanted to take a step back to thank the Lord for his goodness.

“I hope that (attendees) will take away the excitement of not only what God has done this past year, but just carry the excitement forward of where we’re going next in the ministry,” Muller said.

The Christmas Soiree will be held in the Picasso room at Melwood Art Center from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, December 9. To reserve a free ticket, visit speakfortheunborn.com/soiree.

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