2019 Registration

Sat, 26 Jan 2019 09:00 AM - Sun, 27 Jan 2019 03:00 PM

Brentwood Christian School,

11908 N Lamar Blvd,





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About The Event:

Boots on the Ground: The Conference to Revolutionize your Pro-Life Advocacy presented by Texas Right to Life
January 26-27, Austin, TX
2019 theme: “Do No Harm”

Pro-Lifers like you may be well-versed in abortion issues, but fewer members of our cause know about
the topic of euthanasia. And tragically, many people first learn about these issues and patients’ rights
(or lack thereof) when they or their family members are hospitalized. You can learn about medical
ethics, assisted suicide, your rights as a patient, brain death, organ donation, and more at the Boots on
the Ground conference! In addition to conference talks and activities, attendees will have a chance to
march at the Texas Capitol with thousands of others in commemoration of the 46th Roe v. Wade

New this year, Boots on the Ground welcomes Pro-Lifers of all ages! As a high school or college student
or a non-student adult, you can attend with your loved ones, bring your church group, or spread the word
to your local youth ministry! You’ll hear from state and national Pro-Life advocates about these
important issues that could affect you. Join us in Austin January 26-27, 2019!



Important information:

  • Hotels will only be provided to those who register on this website by 5:00 p.m. CST Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
  • 2019 hotel: Crowne Plaza Austin 6121 N Interstate Hwy 35 Austin, TX 78752
  • Contact your university’s Pro-Life club or your local Pro-Life organization for carpooling details.


***By purchasing a ticket, attendees understand that photographs and video may be taken of individuals or groups and used by Texas Right to Life in, but not limited to, promotional activities of the event. By registering for the conference, I consent to the use of my likeness by Texas Right to Life.***

***The views and opinions expressed by guest speakers do not necessarily reflect the views or position of Texas Right To Life.***