I admit it; I sometimes covet. I covet the way other ministries can show a picture of a baby they saved or a child they fed or a missionary they
“Women have abortions because they care about motherhood.” It’s “excellent medicine.” (Elizabeth Newhall on MSNBC, October 25, 2010). When you hear such outrageous comments spoken and taken as if they
Rev. Don Richman, LFL’s International Representative, travels often to Russia and Eastern Europe. Here is a recent update on opportunities he has had to apply God’s Word to the life issues.
In August 2005, two young girls were moved by the story of the LFL crosses broken at a church. They went and asked their father, Tim Harris of Harris Cleaning
As in past years, Lutherans are invited to join the annual “March for Life,” Jan. 24 in Washington, D.C., which includes the offer of free lodging for travelers in the
During the 1990s, “seeker-friendly” churches began popping up everywhere. Most were non-denominational churches looking to reach those who fell between the cracks and divides that separate many of our traditional
Lutheans For Life of Michigan has produced a wonderful new resource: Praising the Lord of Life Devotional Packet This is a great resource for pastors, volunteers, families, and activity directors to use
Check out our Lutherans For Life Facebook and Twitter pages. Also, on Facebook, type in LFL2020 to find a new outreach For Life!
“Change” can be a frightening word, especially for Lutherans! But sometimes change is needed and is good. It is always healthy for an organization to periodically look at its mission
On August 4, we had the pleasure hosting the 2010 Midwest Lutherans For Life Bike Ride participants here at the National Life Center. This year’s ride started out August 1