Presbyterians Pro-Life
Love one another to life! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

GraphicStock.com wooden-cross-3_G14-uuOu"A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another." John 13:34

I've heard many sermons on Maundy Thursdays. Themes usually focus on preparation for death and separation or the theme of servant leadership revealed by Jesus' action in washing the feet of his disciples. This year my pastor, Rev. Dirk Lesnett, began by defining "Maundy" as from the root word "command" or "mandate." His sermon theme was love, specifically, to "love one another."

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Chosen and holy from the womb! PDF Print E-mail

champions-of-lifePastors at Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church, EPC are boldly preaching about the God endowed value of human life. According to the church website both the Classic and Contemporary services are focused on "Bible based teaching that connects with everyday life." The sermons highlighted below focus on the value of human life in a gospel centered way that will encourage you personally and invigorate you for life ministry in your own congregation.

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2017 Life Sunday Bulletin Insert PDF Print E-mail

Worship resources for Life Sunday

SOHLS2017 web Page 1PPL invites your church to join PPL in raising a distinctively Presbyterian and Reformed voice for life on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, and throughout the year. PPL's 2017 bulletin insert proclaims, "God is the Lord of Life!" and is deliberately undated so that you may use it on any Sunday.

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2017 Life Sunday Bulletin Insert (Full Color)

2017 Life Sunday Bulletin Insert (Black & White)

or order printed copies from the PPL Office.

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Is it time to tell your story? PDF Print E-mail

Copywrite Fotolia.com | File: #118151400 | Author: MarekDeanna Wallace has a story of rescued lives--maybe you have a story that should be told as well.

Jesus often taught the crowds using parables. A well-told story engages not only our minds, but our emotions. Often it is the stories illustrating a pastor's sermon that have the most effective impact in our lives for positive and lasting change. Presbyterians Pro-Life would very much like to hear and amplify your stories that relate to the preservation and protection of human life.

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The Twin Towers of Theological Anthropology PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mateen Elass   

Fotolia 116107029 M boyandboatC. S. Lewis freed me from the fear of enjoying fairy tales as an adult. In a collection of essays on literature he wrote, ““When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty, I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”[i]

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