News and Notes: Life, Health & Family
In the summer 2016 issue Notes for Life, LCMS Life Ministry encourages Christians to embrace our pro-life identity. In His every action, God has shown us that He is for life, even in its most broken state. Because God has created us in His image and sent His Son to redeem us, we are pro-life.
In the spring 2016 issue Notes for Life, LCMS Life Ministry provides insight and encouragement into how Christians should join the battlegrounds for life, each one suited with the whole armor of God (Ephesians 6) to fight against the devil’s attacks.
In the winter 2015 issue of Notes for Life, LCMS Life Ministry provides insights and encouragement for ministry to the mentally ill and shares ways to intentionally care for the poor.
In the Fall 2015 issue of Notes for Life, LCMS Life Ministry discusses the value of unborn human life in light of the recent Planned Parenthood videos released to the media.
In the Summer 2015 issue of Notes for Life, LCMS' Life Ministry shares steps that can be taken to promote a pro-life culture on a college and/or university campus.
In this issue from LCMS’ Life Ministry, highlights from this past January’s Life Conference in Washington, D.C., is shared. In addition, information about an upcoming ultrasound video project and news from Y4Life (Lutherans for Life) is provided. Lastly, readers are provided updates and overviews of various conferences, activities and resources related to all sanctity of life issues.
In this issue from LCMS’ Life Ministry, insight into end-of-life decisions and the faith issues that surround them is provided. In addition, information about disabilities resources from the LCMS Disability Task Force is given. Lastly, readers are provided updates and overviews of various conferences, activities and resources related to all sanctity of life issues.
After a two-year absence, Notes for Life is back with this fall 2014 issue. In this issue, you will learn why marriage matters and why it is so essential to fight for its sanctity in our world.