LIFE in a Post-Roe World: Advocacy & Protection

Part 3 of a series on being pro-life post-Roe from Conversations with Christians Engaged ... a podcast dedicated to helping believers continue walking in faith while navigating the muddy ways of politics and culture.

By The Stream Published on May 22, 2023

Even though Roe v. Wade has been overturned, the sanctity of human life is one of the most important moral issues of our generation. We know from Psalm 139 that God “formed” our “inward parts” and that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made,” but how does that revelation translate to our involvement with women, men, and the preborn of our society? In this 7-part series, “LIFE in a Post-Roe World,”  we will discuss with some of the key pro-life leaders and ministries in America how the Body of Christ responds to the LIFE issue post-Roe. We will go deep in discussion on how to minister to believers and non-believers on this issue and what our responsibilities are now.

It is time for the Church to bring the gospel into hurting lives and protect the unborn. Our work has not stopped since the overturning of Roe — it has really just begun.

This week, Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America (CWA), joins Christians Engaged Founder Bunni Pounds to discuss what we should be working on from the federal side on the Life issue and in our states, to protect babies in the womb after the overturning of Roe. Bunni & Penny will also discuss the ongoing work of CWA to train up men and women to talk to their legislators about legislation that protects families.

Watch the episode above or listen to it in your favorite podcast app. And join us again next week when Bunni will be speaking with Matt Lockett of Bound 4 Life.

 

Meanwhile, it’s never too late to take the Pledge to Pray, Vote, and Engage!

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