LCRL Bulletin Blurbs – May, 2020 

The dates identifying the LCRL Bulleting Blurbs are only suggestions. Please feel free to use any and all of the Bulletin Blurbs as your ministry needs allow.


May 3:

Did you know that LCRL held a digital Town Hall? Dr. Seltz talks about the COVID-19 pandemic and our responses to it. To view see

May 10:

 “Moms embody grace. God gives each of us an immediate friend and automatic defender even before birth. This He does—and so does she—without our earning or deserving it. As much as daughters and sons bring His blessings to their parents, so much also do mothers mediate His mercies to their little ones.” –Rev. Michael W. Salemink, executive director of Lutherans For Life 

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May 17:

"Christians are not anti-science, but they are opposed to using technology in ways that fight against God's intent for human life." Learn more from the Rev. Scott Stiegemeyer at

May 24:

Did you know that “The Supreme Court has agreed to take a case that will clarify the role of faith-based agencies in the foster and adoption system”? Read more about this landmark case at

May 31

“What has the sanctity of life to do with pandemics and cancellations? Believe it or not, it’s more relevant than ever. The Gospel of Jesus Christ belongs to just such a time as this.” Read more from Rev. Michael Salemink, executive director of Lutherans For Life, at