"Compelled by the Gospel, PPL equips Presbyterians to champion human life at every stage."
Isaiah 65 & Psalm 80
Advent, God as Father who gives us life and saves us
Mark 1: 1-8; Luke 1:44-56
Advent, Mary & Elizabeth, John and Jesus in the womb.
Jesus as Strength & Rock
Jesus who formed you is ever your Strength and Rock
Advent, We wait for God to come to us, hope, joy!
God's gift was unwrapped for you - His Son, Our Savior, Jesus the Christ
Christmas, God sent his Son, adopted us as heirs
Joyous New Year!
Jesus' birth brings us life!
Jesus was protected by his adopted father, Joseph.
Prayer to end abortion
Jesus saves those abandoned by parents. He forgives and heals.
Prayer for justice
A prayer to bring justice to the most vulnerable.
Purpose of humans
The Larger Catechism states the highest purpose of human beings.
God loves the helpless and protects the weak
Forsaken and abandoned, God will take you in!
God upholds me.
All our sin is covered by God through Jesus.
Chosen and formed by God!
God's steadfast love endures forever
Joy in the day God has made
God opens the graves and resurrects his people.
Jesus is Lord and yet obedient to the cross.
Jesus as Resurrection and Life!
God as Guide brings fullness of joy.
The Holy Spirit a gift for generations now and to come.
Jesus is come to bring life
Our Lord as Redeemer and receiver of our spirit.
Jesus comes for us as orphans.
God as Father of the fatherless and protector of widows.
Who you are in Christ
This quote from Teresa of Avila describes who we are in Christ.
The Psalmist asks in wonder why the Creator God cares so much for humans.
Fathers are to model character that leads to hope.
God sees the future of the child in the womb.
Thomas Jeffereson gives clarity to the first duty of government.
God has a plan for us to be remembered.
The Spirit as life in us.
God plans to bless the earth through families.
God brings great things from tiny human enbryos.
The Kingdom of God grows when each generation teaches the next about God.
When trouble comes in God we can be hopeful, patient, and prayerful.
The responsibility of the Church to proclaim the Gospel.
Hebrew midwives practiced civil disobedience to save lives.
God as home for the outcast.
God who brings joy in sickness and even death.
Forgive as you have been forgiven.
God as Creator and owner of our lives.
Our responsibility to pass on God's word to the next generation, even those not yet born.
Trust in God brings peace
Who made you?
The Catechism for Young children points to God as Creator and owner of human life.
You have a soul!
The Catechism for Young Children teaches that humans are eternal beings.
God as enough.