Astonishingly Amazing!

Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb says something “astonishingly amazing” happened in Mark 1:21-28 What was it? (Recorded 1/29/12 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Ames, Iowa.)

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Abortion and the Church – A Family Shield Interview with Dr. Lamb

In a letter written by Dr. James Lamb, the Executive Director of Lutherans For Life, he said that one young woman wrote him and said, “If just one person would have told me not to have the abortion, I wouldn’t have. But no one did.” The Church needs to speak up and apply the law and Gospel to life issues like abortion. Those that have experienced an abortion need to hear the hope of the Gospel preached and taught within the Church. Why? Because abortion is not the unforgiveable sin!

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The Bible Study: Ask the Pastor with Dr. Lamb

LFL executive director, Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb, was the guest on the “Ask the Pastor” segment of “The Bible Study” on October 14. Among the topics discussed were what to say to someone who confides in you that she is pregnant and considering abortion, the loving adoption option, Life Sunday on January 22, 2012 (the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court decisions), and LFL’s Life Sunday theme “Trust God – Choose Life.”

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Dr. Russell D. Moore: Orphan Care and the Gospel – 2011 LFL National Conference Keynote Address

Dr. Russell D. Moore: “If we as pro-life people can understand that the issue of orphan care … is not simply stopping bad things from happening to children … Instead, there is also a deeper issue here, which is that our advocacy for women and children who are under assault by forces so dark and evil that we cannot even contemplate it, can teach us and show us how to be the Church, how to embrace the Gospel, how to live in the unity of the Spirit—and we see something of what this looks like by what the Spirit is doing in the life of Joseph …

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Hands that Knit – Arms that Hold

Dr. Lamb delivered his Life Sunday sermon for 2011, Hands that Knit – Arms that Hold, at Concordia Lutheran Church in Greenwood, Indiana on July 24. His sermon is based on Psalm 139:13-14 and Mark 10:13-16.

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