In recent years, more and more Americans agree that life without parole and rehabilitation are humane alternatives to capital punishment. This sentiment has brought the death penalty in our country to an all time historic low.
OneLife LA grieves the senseless shootings that have claimed the lives of many innocent people and wounded many throughout our nation. Our prayers go out to each victim of violence in Gilroy, CA; El Paso, TX; and Dayton, OH.
Homelessness is a growing issue in Los Angeles that requires a merciful response from everyone, at the level of policy decisions but also at the level of personal interaction. City officials estimate that there are nearly 59,000 people experiencing homelessness.
OneLife LA has pledged to protect, proclaim, and defend every human life from conception to natural death. Honoring human dignity in every stage of life is crucial to the mission of OneLife LA and is part of our broader goal to create a civilization of love.
Ryan O’Hara is a fairly ordinary dad. He’s middle aged, red-bearded and bespeckled, smiling warmly and earnestly as he stands on the deck in his backyard. He works in college ministry, and he and his wife have four boys, all adopted through foster care.
Many folks in the OneLife LA community are celebrating Easter and the start of the Easter season this week. Even if you aren’t celebrating Easter, you still have probably noticed the signs of spring: flowers blooming, grass greening, and birds chirping.
Taken from your home and separated from family; forcibly moved to a new land without speaking the language; made to work long hours with no compensation; little hope of gaining freedom — this isn’t a description of slavery in 1619.
OneLife LA’s fifth annual event was truly a remarkable witness from our community to the whole world. This event kicked off the year-long OneLife LA movement that seeks to unite communities, shift the cultural conversation, and drive people to transformative service.
January has been a huge month for OneLife LA! We’ve celebrated big milestones like hosting our 5th annual event and met really great people who stood up and celebrated the dignity of all human life together.
OneLife LA was a success this past Saturday, January 19th, as this movement of love and unity continues to grow every year More than 15,000 people gathered to celebrate and promote the beauty and dignity of every human life.
A HUGE thank you to everyone who gathered together on Saturday to celebrate and honor the beauty in every human life! By choosing to stand together as one, by declaring with one voice that all human life is sacred and worthy of dignity, we made a powerful statement to the whole world.
OneLife LA is proud to partner with Claris Health! Claris was founded over 40 years ago when a small group of women were inspired to start an organization that supported women, their partners, and their families in making informed pregnancy and sexual health choices.
We believe that every person has the ability to make great changes if they go out and find a way to volunteer. OneLife LA celebrates the beauty and dignity of every human life which is why we work with Community Partners year-round!