Resources on Pro-life

You can tell a lot about people by watching how they treat those who can’t articulate, defend, drive, bathe themselves, or even comb their hair. I’ve never seen a more pro-life group of people than those at a West Tennessee church... Continue...

The March For Life took place a few weeks ago in Washington, D.C., beginning on the National Mall and proceeding to the steps of the Supreme Court. Hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children walked this path to advocate... Continue...

NEW ORLEANS, La., Feb. 5, 2019—ERLC President Russell Moore and NFL Player Ben Watson of the New Orleans Saints will join community leaders for a special ceremony to dedicate a new sonogram machine and celebrate the ministry of Baptist Community... Continue...

The Bible tells us that every human being has dignity and worth. From the tiniest unborn life to the elderly at the end of life, from immigrants and refugees to those trafficked against their will, all life is precious to... Continue...

Note: This article contains major spoilers about "Second Act." When 43-year-old Maya Vargas (Jennifer Lopez) gets turned down for a promotion simply because she doesn’t have a college degree, she sets out on a mission to prove the doubters wrong—one... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 11, 2018—As the partial government shutdown reaches Day 21, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention has announced free registration to its Evangelicals for Life conference for any federal or contract worker affected by the... Continue...

Many people shy away from politics because of a lack of understanding or disillusionment. But the political arena is important for many causes. At our Evangelicals for Life conference, Travis Wussow moderated a discussion between Tim Goeglein, Charles Camosy, Denise... Continue...

When Indiana passed a law in 2016 banning abortions on the basis of sex, race, or disability, Planned Parenthood immediately challenged it in court. Federal courts have enjoined the law, ruling that the right to an abortion supersedes the right... Continue...

The famous English abolitionist William Wilberforce once said, “You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” When it comes to vulnerable people in our communities, Christians are often tempted to look the other way. We, like the... Continue...