Pray for Charlie Gard's parents, ending battle for Charlie's life

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On July 24, 2017, Charlie Gard’s parents announced that they are ending their legal fight for the life of their 11-month old son, Charlie Gard, forced off of life support by a judge.

After their five-month legal battle with London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital and the European court system, the parents say it is now “too late” for any experimental treatment to help their 11-month-old recover. "Sadly time has run out. For Charlie it is too late," says the parents’ lawyer.

We need to pray for Chris Gard and Connie Yates - Charlie's parents - in this season of horrible suffering. Against a media firestorm, these parents fought courageously for Charlie because they affirmed that life is sacred and no government or hospital can decide end someone else's life.

Please, sign and share this commitment to pray for Charlie Gard's parents!

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BREAKING: Charlie Gard’s parents end legal fight to save baby’s life

‘Sadly time has run out. For Charlie it is too late,’ says the parents’ lawyer.

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