Five Ways to Fight Abortion and Serve the Unborn and Their Moms
Because of the amazing mercy of God described in Psalm 106 we can cry out with hope, “O Lord, help me when you save your people” (verse 4). And what does he help us do? Obtain the fullest blessing of…Continue Reading
Eight Ways to Live as Pro-Life Christians Under a Pro-Choice President
Here is my answer to the question, "How do pro-life Christians honor a pro-choice president?"
1. Humbling ourselves
We will honor you, Mr. President, by humbling ourselves under the mighty hand of God (1 Peter 5:6) and acknowledging…
It’s the Christian's Duty to Speak the Truth
Christians — people who bank their hopes on Jesus and spend time with Jesus and obey Jesus — should stand up in public and tell God's truth as they see it without worrying that secular listeners may not…
The Day John Piper Was Arrested
On December 19 eight of us from Bethlehem were among the 92 arrested while participating in a rescue at Planned Parenthood on Ford Parkway in St. Paul. [We] simply sat in front of the door to say by…
Five Things We Can Do For the Unborn
Five things you can do:
1. Submit yourselves to God
Submit yourselves to God. Draw near to him. Live by the power of his grace. Let him shape your desires rather than the world and the feisty, self-centered…
What Does Roe v. Wade Actually Say?
January 18, 1987, John Piper preached a sermon to expose the evil of abortion. Since this sermon he has preached against abortion every year on the Sanctity of Life Sunday, which correlates with the dark anniversary of Roe v. Wade…Continue Reading
J. C. Ryle, Temperance, and Abortion
J. C. Ryle’s strategy to reverse the destructive effects of drunkenness point to possibilities in our battle against abortion.
Ryle was the first Bishop of Liverpool, England, starting in 1880 and ending with his death in 1900. He found that…Continue Reading
A Short, Free eBook on Abortion
We are children of the light. Abortion is a work of darkness. The apostle Paul said, “Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them” (Ephesians 5:11).
Our aim, by the power of the Holy Spirit,…Continue Reading
Don’t Be Afraid to Pray “Whatever It Takes”
When visiting my mother recently I was leafing through a well-known magazine and came across an article about a well-known actress who is a professing Christian. The article described her vibrant faith and the role of prayer in her life.…Continue Reading