Christians in general must do all they can to stand against the evil of abortion. However, pastors carry a unique leadership responsibility. Here are 6 ways pastors can champion the sanctity of life.
We rejoice in the SCOTUS ruling from last year, knowing it will save the lives of many pre-born children. But that ruling was only the beginning, as its repeal moved the issue from the federal level to individual states. The following biblical cues will help Christians move forward and work to create a culture in …
The pro-choice movement has effectively is muddied the argument about abortion by introducing buzzwords and secondary issues to evade the real issue. Pastors and churches need to stay hyper-focused on the real problem as we move forward in the post-Roe world. We need to un-muddy the language to keep the debate clear.
Today, pro-abortionists present the abortion argument alongside maternal mortality rates. But when we break down the stats and facts, this statement is neither in context nor discussed in a way that’s beneficial to at-risk women.
Our stand against abortion has not ended with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, churches should continue to stand for the dignity of pre-born human life.
I have noticed a recurring pattern where people tiptoe around particular conversations when they are around me.
As pastors, we must be able to speak biblically about the value of human life. We must help our congregations mull over life in the womb, which is often a dangerous place for pre-born children.
People cannot offend me easily. I recognize that this world shows hostility to Christians, and I am happy to accept the hostility knowing how great our God is. Despite my relatively thick skin, there is one popular phrase from the mouths of abortion promoters that always gets under my skin: a pregnancy is merely a …