Pro-life Committee Scam!

Today I received a call from a scam going by the name Pro-life Committee. I had the distinct impression that they had prerecorded certain phrases and based on your response the listener/handler/con-artist would press certain buttons based on what you said. I wasn’t actually talking to a human being.

My conversation went very much/exactly like this one reported on this website:

A woman called and asked if I was pro life. When I said yes, she said it was an honor to speak with me. She asked for my address because she wanted to send me a letter. Then she asked for a $75 donation. I said I could not pledge, but send the organization’s info and I’d think about it. She said it is expensive to mail and she needs a pledge to send me a letter. I said, skip the letter save your money and give me your web address. She said, I can do that but how about a pledge of $100. I said I can’t make a commitment and I have to get back to work now. Then she said, think about the sweet little babies dying if you don’t help. Then I knew it was a scam. Who says that? I said something like, wow you are a slick sales person. I’ll check your website and I am hanging up.

I am sharing this to remind you to be wise. I don’t want anyone to suffer the loss of thinking you are “doing good” and end up finding that you are funding con artists instead.

Here is another article on this particular scam outfit

On a more positive note, I recorded a very positive pro-life song years ago. Yes, there were tears as I was recording it. You can listen to my song “tiny hands” and read the story about this song here:


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A person’s a person, no matter how small

On new years day my wife and I watched the animated Dr. Seuss film “Horton Hears a Who”. The movie was hilarious and I laughed quite a bit, but it also gave me something to ponder on. One of the lines that Horton repeats a number of times is this:

“…a persons a person no matter how small.”

After the movie was over and I was reflecting on it, I had an “omigosh” moment when I considered the implications as this relates to conception and the question, “when does life begin?”

I don’t know if Dr. Seuss, whose books have delighted and entertained children for years, believed in life at conception… I doubt it. But, his book “Horton Hears a Who” was all about life that was found on a “speck”. And, when you think about it, isn’t that what the earth is in the vastness of the universe? Just a “speck”?

I think that if God respects the lives we live on this “speck” called earth, shouldn’t we also have respect for the life in the “speck” that is a conceived human child?

After all, “a persons a person no matter how small.”

It is my desire to convey the message that each new life is meant to be valued, cherished and most of all, loved. So I wrote a song called “tiny hands” that I think beautifully expresses that message.

I am offering this song as a free download – and all I ask is that you pass it on. Consider forwarding this message on and help me in this effort to reach and change the world one person at a time.

Visit to watch the music video, read about the inspiration behind the song, and download “tiny hands”.


Daniel Lovett

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tiny hands – a right to life song

Above is my very first music video feauturing a song called “Tiny Hands”. It was inspired in part by the amazing movie “Bella”, but mostly by my sister-in-law Stacy and her little girl Ava.

Stacy was diagnosed with terminal cancer of the blood and soon after learned that she was pregnant. She was advised by her doctors to abort her child in order to recieve the treatment that would prolong her life. Stacy refused and expected, for all practical purposes, to deliver the child and die soon after. All of her family and friends began praying for her situation and asked that God would heal her.

I still remember the shock and surprise I felt when my wife and I received a phone call with news that Stacy’s cancer was gone! The Lord had answered our prayers and healed her! She gave birth to a happy and healthy daughter named Ava Grace. Ava is truly the happiest baby I have ever met (besides my own) and has given me insight into the joy of God.

I had previously mentioned in a blog that whenever I vote, the overriding issue for me is a baby’s right to live. But this is not just a political issue. A friend of mine made the comment that people only bring up the issue of abortion and were “pro-life” once every four years. He said that this wasn’t really being prolife, it was being anti-abortion, and not very effective at that.

It is true that this uncomfortable topic is brought before the public when this nation is choosing leaders who might effect the laws that permit mothers to “abort their pregnancy”.

BUT, in response to my friends comment I say that if those in favor of the murder of infants can call themselves “pro-choice”, then certianly those who oppose the murder of infants can call themselves “pro-life”.

We don’t live in the dark ages. I so appreciate seeing that commercial that shows the baby in the womb and a woman narrating about its heartbeat at so many weeks, and the stages of the babies development. She finishes by saying that she once thought of it as a blob of tissue and now she sees just how wrong she was. Watch it for yourself:

This has been going on for far too long in this nation. Yet so many of us are silent on this issue. Where is the overwhelming outcry against abortion? So what are our leaders to think? They represent us don’t they? They represent the fact that we care more for our individuality and our precious freedom of choice, then we do about the rights of the unborn.

Will you help me change this? It’s ridiculous to think that any particular political party’s policy to be prolife, or to be “prochoice”? Let’s give an unborn child the right to live? I believe that if we all continue to stand for truth and justice that we can change the world. Much like William Wilborforce stood against the profitible and dispicable practice of the slave trade in England, we must stand against the murder of children in “God blessed” America.

This is a human rights issue. A human being has a right to live.

I honestly don’t know if we will ever be able to legally defend the life of the unborn until Christ returns. I don’t know if the laws will ever change. Be we can and ought to do what we can, reaching one person at a time with the message that each new life is precious, a gift from God to be cherished and loved.

This is why I am offering my song “tiny hands” as a free download.  Please pass it on! If even just one woman decides to keep and cherish her child. It will be worth it.

(visit this website to download–>

Bella-782941Please pray with me and fight with me for the unborn! Do what you can while God lends us breath to pursue justice and truth and, most of all, love.

I was thinking this morning about the scars, both physically and emotionally, that women carry the rest of their lives after an abortion. Many of us are trying to be sensitive to them and not raise such a painful issue. But future pain can be avoided, and present pain can be healed.

My wife and I recently watched a movie that “lit a candle in our heart” and spoiled us by showing us what a good movie is all about. The movie is called Bella. Make it the next one you rent and be blessed.

Thanks for listening,


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For the Unborn

unborn memorialRecently I spent some time at Barnes and Noble and way too much on a cup of coffee. I was reading a book called “Velvet Elvis” by Rob Bell. The book was such a blessing. In it, he told a story about his friend Matt who had visited a couple who had just lost their newborn baby.

Born at two pounds, it wasn’t ready to make it’s entrance into the world. As Matt entered the room, he noticed that the baby was still in the room with the grieving couple. After greeting the couple, Matt went over, picked up the baby, and kissed it on the forehead.

Tears welled up in my eyes as I read this. It got me to thinking about how precious life is and…. about abortion.

I used to live down the street from a “Planned Parenthood” which is one location where babies are put to death every day accross our nation. While driving by, I would often see people out on the street praying. Some times (most times) they would have posters. Posters with graphic pictures of babies that have been mutilated and parts of children found in medical waste.

Like most people, I was disturbed that they would show these pictures and wished that I didn’t have to see them. I was mad at these picketers for disturbing the public (me) with these graphic pictures. But then I began to see things in a different light. How much more shocking and disturbing that murder is legal in America!

I recently watched the movie “Amazing Grace”. (Watch the Trailer HERE). It is the story of a man named William Wilberforce who devoted his life and political career to abolishing the slave trade in England. In spite of much hardship and setbacks and after a long a tiring effort, he finally overcame.

His opponents were convinced that a sudden end to such a profitible market would spell financial ruin for England. And so it was allowed to persist for years. Year after year Wilberforce would propose his bill, each time ending in defeat, until public opinion shifted to such a degree that the opponents didn’t have a leg to stand on. The outcry against slavery had become greater than the voice of those profiting from the travesty of slavery.

Tell me, would America suffer economic ruin, if we were to end abortion say… today? To those who are profiting from this business of death, shame on them!

As Scriptures say, “the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.” Do you think that those involved in other such evils (such as modern day sex slavery and porography) would stay involved if there were no profit? If there were no one buying their product, their business would fail.

Does it strike anyone else as odd (and shocking) that there exists places where mothers can murder their children and furthermore, that it is legal?

I was inspired by the movie Amazing Grace but I am not a politician or a lobbiest. I am at a loss of how to fight this evil or effect any sort of change.

While at Barnes, a woman sitting accross from me held her six month old baby boy. He was “waving” (holding out his arms in general direction and clenching and unclenching a fist) and smiling at those around him and generally evoking so much joy in everyone who happened to observe this sweet innocent child. This preciousness is worth fighting for.

Children are models for us all, as Jesus pointed out. They are uninhibited, unpreoccupied with self. They display what most of us have lost with our “reserved” and “dignified” ways. We don’t look at eachother in the eye as children do. When have any of us felt awkward at a babies stare? No, we instead feel honored and blessed by their notice. They are little angels – God himself supplying their joy. The first thing they learn is how to smile; and as I have obsereved from my work in nursing homes, it seems it is the last thing that we as human beings forget.

I am not into politics. In fact, I have lost all faith in politics. Politics will never be the answer. My wife cajoles me into getting out to vote, but when I do, the only issue that I am voting on is this:

Who will fight for the unborn children?

For me, this is the only issue.

Please do what you can do for those powerless to save themselves.

Thanks for listening,

Daniel Lovett

This is my neice. Her mother was advised by the doctors to abort the baby to prolong her life as she was diagnosed with terminal cancer of the blood. She refused the idea immediately and chose to deliver the child and expected, for all practical purposes, to die soon after.

We all prayed a great deal for her and the Lord saw fit to heal her completely of her cancer. Her baby is a now a joy and delight to their family – and I must say that she is the happiest baby I have ever met. She is always smiling, full of joy.

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For the Grieving Mother

A few weeks before Mother’s day 2011, I experienced one of the most amazing and powerful dreams I have ever had. I experienced this after specifically praying for a dream from God. Since sharing this I have been so blessed by the response I have received from hurting moms.

The dream:

My extended family and I sat around a campfire one night at a family reunion. We were all enjoying each others company and having a great time. Everyone, that is, except Jenny (not her real name). We could all tell that something was weighing her down but didn’t know exactly what it was. Finally, she opened up. We all listened as she poured out her grief and heartache about losing her baby in a miscarriage. I wanted to hear what she was saying so I moved to sit on a bench opposite her.

While she talked, trying to make sense of her experience, the most amazing thing happened. I actually began to “see” her baby. A hologram suddenly appeared right next to Jenny. It was her baby… in the womb.

baby in womb photo:  child3.jpg I watched as within a matter of 10 or 12 seconds a baby girl, starting out so small, grew and developed, struggled for life, and then, with a sigh, gave up her spirit back to God.

As this scene unfolded before my eyes this little girl “spoke” to me, expressing her thoughts to me from heaven. In those moments, she told me that she wanted her mom to know that she was all right and happy. She wanted her mom to know how special it was to hear her sing and how she missed that. She really wanted to hear her sing again. She desperately wanted her mom to experience joy again.

And then, just as quickly as the vision appeared, this precious little girl’s body shriveled and collapsed in a heap of bones and the vision disappeared. (At first I really didn’t want to include that last part about the bones but I felt it was significant. I understood this to mean that since she had a body, she also will participate in the resurrection. I’m not sure why, but that means something.)

jesus baby photo: JESUS AND BABY jesusanbaby.jpg
I don’t know why I was shown all this. But I believe I was shown this for a reason. I sensed that it was important to share this with all mothers who have lost a child.

If you are a hurting mother reading this right now I pray that you would sense God comforting your heart. Your baby is alive and well with God. Right now God is loving your child and your child is loving him. Both of them want you to know joy again.

Here is a poem I wrote for you entitled “For the Grieving Mother”. I pray that it blesses you and brings you peace, healing and comfort.

 “For the Grieving Mother”

What use are words in times of such grief?
What can I say to bring you some relief?
Your little girl, the hope, the promise, gone away
A little life returns to God, O what can I say?
What can I say?

There are no words for this pain you carry now,
Instead of joy you just simply wonder how,
How you’ll make it one more day,
And you are slowly losing faith,
That you will ever be all right again,
But I can hear her say…

“I want you to know that I am more than just okay
Please let the songs of heaven, fill your heart today
God wasn’t cruel to take me home, I am happy in his arms
And one day soon we’ll meet again and never be apart
So sing, sing a song for me,
A song of hope, a song of joy for me,
Oh sing! Sing a song for me,
A song of hope, a song of joy for me!”

Knowing what I know about the One who made your child
He’d want for you to know how she has a lovely smile
He loves to watch her laugh and play,
To sing and dance and to hear her say,
“I love you Papa God, You’re my best friend!”
And I can hear her say…

‘I want you to know that I am more than just okay
Please let the songs of heaven, fill your heart today
God wasn’t cruel to take me home, I am happy in his arms
And one day soon we’ll meet again and never be apart
So sing, sing a song for me,
A song of hope, a song of joy for me,
Yes sing! Sing a song for me,
A song of hope, a song of joy for me!”

Written by Daniel & Catherine Lovett

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