I know a different Jesus Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

feetTexas abortion provider, Hagstrom Miller, was asked in an interview if there was a "spiritual dimension" to her work. She described her background in a "liberal Christian tradition," and imagined Jesus supporting a woman during abortion:

"The Jesus that I was taught about would be holding the hands of women inside the clinic; he wouldn't be screaming at them. Acting on Christian principles is holding the hands of people at difficult times in their lives, and being supportive and nonjudgmental and kind."

Miller's view of Jesus is distorted by her desire to promote abortion as "a normal part of women's reproductive lives" as she describes it on her clinic's website. She is in the business of abortion and her rhetoric is designed to cloud the ugly reality that abortion destroys a human life in a bloody and painful procedure. She casts it instead as something positive for women. The picture of Jesus that Miller paints as someone who would sit passively in an abortion clinic and be 'nonjudgmental' demands a response from the Christian community.

"Praying Each Day of the Week" Print E-mail
Written by The Rev. P.J. Southam   

Fotolia 30877600 XSSeveral years ago I committed to praying daily for an end to abortion both in the United States and around the world. I found a helpful resource on the website of Priests for Life.

These prayers written by Father Terry Gensemer have helped me be focused and specific, rather than just vaguely general. (Though I think there is great power in the prayer: Father, stop this evil, now!)

Passionately Pro-Life? Lead with LOVE! Print E-mail

fetus-made-with-love_graphicstock.comHow we go matters more than all the eloquent things said here. Kelly Rosati (V.P for Community Outreach at Focus on the Family) challenged around 500 people at the Evangelicals for Life conference in Washington D.C. with those words.

Rosati read I Cor 13 with a pro-life twist:

If we have the perfect pro-life argument without love we are a clanging gong.

Genetic engineering: What is the greatest risk? Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen, Executive Director of PPL   

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Some are pointing to possible use of genetic engineering for creating weapons of mass destruction, but as the church shouldn't we be considering both the spiritual and generational risks of trying to "fix" God's creation?

Unjustly Indicted Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

DavidDaleidenIn a outrageous act of injustice, David Daleiden has been indicted in the purchase or sale of human organs while Planned Parenthood remains free of charges.

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