LFL Resources at Concordia Publishing House

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2017 Life Sunday Resources - "Here We Stand"

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Three great Lutherans For Life resources are on sale now at 75% off! Order now before they are gone!

Real Love/Real Life - This unique 30" x 6" 10-panel fold out brochure covers fetal development, abortion facts, love and friendship, teen pregnancy, STDs, purity/chastity and sexuality, and safe choices. Also on sale: Amor Real/Vida Real—the Spanish version of Real Love/Real Life.

LifeMarks is a set of seven bookmarks designed to directly apply the Bible’s teaching’s on life as found in Luther’s Small Catechism—and fit right into the catechism itself! This is a wonderful resource for confirmation, congregational, Sunday school, and home use!

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Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood - The Latest

Planned Parenthood: It’s Not What You Think! – Here’s the inside scoop on Planned Parenthood’s shocking agenda for our children. This brochure exposes the truth by using excerpts from the organization’s own material.

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New For Life Resource from Lutherans For Life 

Christ the Life of All the Living - A Lenten Devotional Booklet - “As we approach Good Friday, the 40 days of Lent are a time of self-discipline. These devotions aim to help us discipline our minds so that when we see the struggles in our own lives, we see the life of Christ working all to good; so that when we see our neighbor, no matter his skin color or gender or level of development, we see the life of Christ, Savior of the nations; so that when we see the boasting of death, we see the life of Christ, triumphant in resurrection.” Rev. A. Daniel Guagenti, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Shelbyville, Kentucky 

Biblical Biology –You were you from the moment of conception. In this brochure, Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb takes a look at how we came to be through “Biblical Biology.”

Life Issues and the Pew – Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb writes, “When I was active on the National Pro-Life Religious Council, we did a workshop every year at the National Right to Life Convention entitled, ‘Here are the sheep! Where is the shepherd?’ It was an effort to help people in the pew encourage their pastor to address the life issues from the pulpit. Some time ago I authored a brochure with a similar goal called ‘Life Issues and the Pulpit’ ... One year, during the discussion following our workshop, a pastor spoke up. ‘Hey! Here’s a shepherd! Where are the sheep!’ He was expressing his frustration with people in the pew not supporting him when he did address life issues from the pulpit. So as a sequel to ‘Life Issues and the Pulpit,’ I offer ‘Life Issues and the Pew.’”

Questions and Answers Concerning the End of Life – The public promotion of physician-assisted suicide will lead to more pressure on states to enact pro-assisted-suicide legislation. This can lead Christians to ask questions.

The Soul Wound of Abortion – For all the millions of walking wounded in our society, for those who have had an abortion or have been affected by an abortion decision, there is a Word of Hope—Lutherans For Life’s healing ministry. Word of Hope connects men and women “soul wounded” through the act of abortion to the forgiveness and healing that comes only through knowing that God loves you and sent His Son to free you from the guilt of all sin—including abortion. The author, Diane E. Schroeder, is a former president of Lutherans For Life.

Three Inches, Two Ounces - Reflections on Jesus in the womb based on Luke 1:56 –Jesus, who was formed in the womb of Mary, who began life smaller than a grain of salt, grew to three inches long and weighed two ounces, became a newborn in the Bethlehem manger, and lived a sinless life to become a 33-year-old who hung on a cross outside of Jerusalem. He did this so that you might be saved from the power of the devil, so that you might receive forgiveness of sins, and so that you might spend eternal life with Him in Paradise. The author, Rev. Michael J. Schmidt, is pastor at Peace Lutheran Church, Natoma, Kansas, and First Lutheran Church, Plainville, Kansas.

Together for Good DVD -- “Together for Good” is a movie written by Pastor Dave Ahlman, Senior Pastor of Peace Lutheran Church in Arvada, Colorado. The movie is loosely based on the adoption story of Pastor Ahlman and his wife, Beth, which took place in 2004. Also included with the DVD is a Bible study based on the movie.

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Lutherans For Life offers resources on abortion, post-abortion, adoption, bioethics, Creation, end-of-life, family living, fetal development, sexual purity, worship, and more through our friends at Concordia Publishing House (CPH)!

LFL Resources at CPH
Find our resources under the "Sanctity of Life" tab. You may also call CPH at 800.325.3040. 

If you have any questions about LFL resources, you are more than welcome to contact Lutherans For Life for more information: 888.364.LIFE or  .

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Free Resources!

Here are a few free resources from Lutherans For Life to help congregations keep the life message before their members throughout the year. Please pass on the info to your pastor and church secretary.

Life News is our monthly bulletin insert—now available as a free download.

Life Quotes offers weekly bulletin blurbs.

Life Thoughts in the Church Year offers brief “life” commentary on the appointed readings in Lutheran Service Book.

We also offer a weekly Life Notes e-mail, which is sent out every Wednesday with Life Quotes/Life Thoughts, and much more.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the most positive and powerful For Life message in the universe!

With the resources we offer, Lutherans For Life desires to help congregations see how relevant this message is, and to help them connect this message to these issues that God’s people often face.

We want people to be led to turn to the Lord of Life, not the god of death, for help and hope.

We want to encourage and help pastors and congregations understand the relevancy and power of the Gospel in addressing these issues.

Lutheran pastors and congregations already have what it takes to confront issues of life and death—the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

Questions? Concerns? Please call us at 888.364.LIFE or e-mail .