Speaking Truth about life issues in ways that honor God Print E-mail


Carmen Laberge was PPL's special guest for a webinar Thursday, July 12 at 8:00 pm EDT. Carmen is passionate about helping people reconnect the eternal with the everyday by equipping Christians to engage the culture in ways that honor Jesus. Carmen is eloquent and passionate about life issues and has a gift for weaving Jesus and his grace and love into tough conversations. Check out this recent blog post by Carmen.

To watch the full unedited version of the webinar on YouTube, click here.

The Pastor's Role as Catalyst for the Life Team Print E-mail

Web promo 2Are you a pastor with a desire to champion human life in your church but your schedule is already overshelming? Are you a church member who senses God is calling you to start a life team ministry in your congregation, but you don't know how to approach your pastor about it? This webinar is for you! Join PPL for this Zoom webinar on May 17, 2018 8:00 PM Eastern Time.

Rev. Lowell Avery, Pastor of Cleveland Drive Presbyterian Church, and Mrs. Carol Fouse, Executive Director of Churches for Life will discuss tips for pastors who want to inspire and support Life Team Leaders in churches. Lay leaders will find help in knowing how to discuss with their pastor their God-given passion to start a life team ministry.

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Starting a life team in your church Print E-mail

FOPC LIfe teamAdapted from Amy Scherschligt's webinar presentation, April 19, 2018 (Watch webinar on YouTube)

"Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God." —Ps 20:7

"Commit to the LORD whatever you do, and he will establish your plans."
—Prov. 16:3

I am Amy Scherschligt. I lead a Life Team at Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church in Sacramento, CA. The ministry began with two women and at first, focused on participation in the local 40 Days for Life campaign (An organized peaceful prayer and fasting vigil held outside abortion clinics all around the world held twice a year for 40 days) and supporting the pregnancy center. By God's grace more women and men joined to form a team called Choose Life.

Call to Prayer Print E-mail
Written by Rev. Lowell Avery   

ben-white-128608-unsplash prayer 2Have you noticed this?

We Presbyterians are very mindful of trying to pray humbly and in keeping with God's will. But do you realize that boldness in prayer is an important part of humbly doing God's will? The humble Christian is committed to listening to the Holy Spirit speak through the Scriptures, and then following where the Spirit leads. In Ephesians 3.11f, the Spirit says that through faith in Christ Jesus our Lord we have boldness and confident access to God.

So how do we get bold?

“Compelled by the gospel, PPL EQUIPS Presbyterians to champion human life at every stage.” Print E-mail
Written by Rev. Deborah Hollifield   

Fotolia 103606599 S Conversation over coffee"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations." Jeremiah 1:5

"When Billy Graham passed away on February 21, his obituary listed his age as 99," I said to my friend over a cup of coffee. "He lived to be almost 100," said my friend. "I think he did live to be 100," I said. "Why would you say that? His birthday was in November," she replied. "That's right," I said, "and November is nine months from February. If he was born in November, that means he was conceived in February. The Bible says that God knows us and calls us in the womb, and that all the days that are ordained for us are known by God before we're born.* I think God would say that Billy Graham did live to be 100."

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