Unborn Soccer Match

unborn soccer matchTechnology has made a new game of soccer possible, only the players involved haven’t been born yet.  A pro soccer team in Venezuela launched a new video called “Little Kicks” to recruit young kids to their soccer academy.  Women twenty-eight weeks pregnant were fitted with motion sensors and separated into two soccer “teams.”  The babies’ kicks were then played out on a monitor.  This high tech “soccer match” had the parents actively cheering for their unborn team.  It’s a fun video event in a country where soccer is king, but it also conveys a crucial life-saving message.  “Little Kicks” beautifully showcases the humanity of life within the womb.  If we’re cheering babies on in their uterine soccer match, how can we advocate they be aborted?  Think about it.

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