While some global government officials boast of abortion rates approaching 100% for Down syndrome pregnancies, Lutherans For Life celebrates these unique human beings as precious blessings created, redeemed, and called by our Lord.
I don’t believe there could be a more appropriate theme than “Here We Stand”—based on Ephesians 6:13—as we step into the 500th anniversary year of the Reformation.
Marian Kopperud of Lamberton, Minnesota, a long-time supporter of Lutherans For Life, shared a special version of “Jesus Loves Me.”
We celebrate the same authentically apostolic Gospel that Martin Luther enthusiastically insisted on ...
Over 200 Lutherans gathered October 21-22 at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Bloomington, Minnesota, from across the United States and Canada for the 2016 Lutherans For Life National Conference. The theme: Here We Stand.
Now’s our chance! Life’s sanctity is seismically shifting our culture.
National Lutherans For Life had an educational retreat for the Board of Directors, State Federation Presidents, Regional Directors, and staff at Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa, on Friday, June 24, 2016.
Most ministries—and non-profit organizations for that matter—encourage their supporters to remember them in their estate plan or with a planned gift.
My dad, at age 93, is still teaching me what it means to be human.
March 21 is observed as World Down Syndrome Day.