“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."

Compelled by the Gospel Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

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Use of the word 'compelled' has fallen away in recent decades, losing popularity in our American culture which highly values self-determination and autonomy. What do we mean when we say PPL is "compelled by the gospel"?

2018 Life Sunday Bulletin Insert Print E-mail

The Gospel and Life

SOHLS2018 webPPL knows you want resources with a joyful mix of biblical grace and truth. That's why we have designed this year's bulletin insert to be holistically life-affirming in a way that is non-judgmental, non-political, non-inflammatory, and quite simply, worship-inspiring.

We know there are many inserts you can choose from to celebrate Life Sunday in your church. Ours is uniquely Presbyterian—a resource you can trust from people you can trust. We care about you and value your efforts to include only biblically sound elements in your worship services and in equipping God's people.

Download and print: 2018 Life Sunday Bulletin Insert

You are invited! Print E-mail

FB-March-1-Event-Header-editPresbyterians Pro-Life is becoming Presbyterians Protecting Life!

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Same convictions, updated name & logo.
Same values, updated website & social media.
Same theology, updated equipping resources.

Why we March Print E-mail
Written by Marie Bowen   

MFLphone-photos-329webEvery year on (or close to) the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision which legalized abortion in America, hundreds of thousands of Americans board buses in the cold and dark of early morning and ride to Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life. More crowds march on the West Coast or in their local cities. The marches are increasingly dominated by young men and women who demonstrate by their peaceful presence, creative signs, and colorful hats that they care deeply about the dignity and value of every human life. On that day they March especially for unborn children vulnerable to the threat of abortions. Few Presbyterians are among the marchers. Why should this matter?

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