Our guest: Pastor Paul Clark, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Fowler, Michigan
Facing cataclysmic life issues, the time is now—mobilization of your church—for the future of life without Roe! How do you continue to encourage, inform, educate, and motivate your church and area churches to be ready when (and if) the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 is reversed by the United States Supreme Court? What is the church’s role? How does a church prepare to be that safety net of care and resources for the women and their babies that will be seeking alternative support instead of abortion? How do we prepare now to defend and answer the coming onslaught of false media narratives and lies? What can you and your church do to continue to aid and support women and families through crisis pregnancies, especially in view of the possibility that Roe might be overturned? What then?
Pastor Paul Clark, longtime friend of life and supporter of Lutherans For Life at various levels, will discuss his observations after attending this year’s Alliance Defending Freedom Conference in Washington, D.C. He will give practical support to the local congregation preparing for the hopeful inevitability that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. Additionally, Pastor Clark will discuss the work of LFL of Michigan as they reach out to local congregations for continued mobilizing of the For Life efforts across the state. You will be inspired to join in your local For Life efforts!
Pastor Paul Clark is the pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Fowler, Michigan, where he has served for 33 years. He serves as the President and Pastoral Advisor of Lutherans For Life of Michigan. Pastor Clark also serves as the District Life Coordinator for the Michigan District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. He is on the Speakers Bureau for Right To Life of Michigan and has spoken at many events, banquets, and rallies throughout the state during the past 30 years. Pastor Clark and his wife Elizabeth have been married for 41 years and have three children through the blessing of adoption. Pastor Clark firmly believes that the sanctity of human life is the most important issue of our day, and that by means of informing and educating the public, as well as applying Christian love and compassion to those directly affected by the trauma of abortion and euthanasia, the pro-life position will prevail, and our nation will again uphold the dignity and sanctity of human life.
Recorded September 7, 2021.