Evangelicals for Life Adds New Pro-Life Speakers to Event Lineup

By Elizabeth Bristow
Oct 13, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C, Oct. 13, 2015—New speakers have been added to the speaker line-up for the first annual Evangelicals for Life event, Jan. 21-22, 2016 in Washington, D.C., hosted by the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission and Focus on the Family.

Speakers will participate in keynote addresses, panel discussions and breakout sessions to engage the culture on issues ranging from abortion and human trafficking, to adoption and end-of-life issues.

Evangelicals for Life will gather pro-life individuals from across the country who will also participate in the March for Life, the largest annual pro-life event in the world.

The event will take place at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill. Scheduled speakers include:

Russell Moore, President, ERLC
Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family
Kelly Rosati, Vice President of Community Outreach, Focus on the Family
David Platt, President, SBC’s International Mission Board
Samuel Rodriguez, President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
Ron Sider, Author, Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger
Trillia Newbell, Director of Community Outreach, ERLC
Charmaine Yoest, President & CEO, Americans United for Life
Jeanne Mancini, President, March for Life Education and Defense Fund
Roland Warren, CEO, Care Net
John Stonestreet, President, Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview
Dean Inserra, Lead Pastor, City Church
Nathan Lino, Senior Pastor, Northeast Houston Baptist Church
Travis Wussow, Director of International Justice and Religious Freedom, ERLC
Paige Cunningham, Executive Director, The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity
Amy Ford, Co-Founder, Embrace Grace, Inc.
Emily Colson, Author, Dancing with Max
Shannon Dingle, Leader, Access Ministry at Providence Baptist Church
Shane Idleman, Senior Pastor, Westside Christian Fellowship
Mary Chapman, Director of Church Outreach & Engagement, Care Net
Freda McKissic Bush, Clinical Instructor in the Department of OB-GYN and Department of Family Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Casey Mattox, Senior Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom

Registration is open and complete conference details can be found online.

Main sessions will be live-streamed on evangelicals.life. Follow the conversation on Twitter by following ERLC, dmoore and #EFL2016.

The Southern Baptist Convention is America’s largest Protestant denomination with more than 15.8 million members in over 46,000 churches nationwide. The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is the SBC’s ethics, religious liberty and public policy agency with offices in Nashville, Tenn., and Washington, D.C.


To request an interview with Russell Moore
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