LCRL Bulletin Blurbs – January, 2021

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.

 

January 3

A Prayer for our Country, let us pray: see https://bit.ly/3gpADEO

January 10

If someone asks you about public issues or topics, you might say, “Compared to what?” There will always be unforeseen consequences and side-effects. The key through it all would be to create the most good while tempering the most bad, and always realize that God has the final answer in all these things anyway. For more information see https://www.LCRLFreedom.org

January 17

When engaging the authorities then, especially those that are legitimate, legally established, and consented to, there should be vocational respect for their position and for the laws that hold us all in common. And, if there yet be any challenges to such legitimate authority due to injustice, they should be engaged lawfully and orderly. For more information see https://www.LCRLFreedom.org

January 24

Why Standing for Life Matters for Us All: read Dr. Seltz’s paper at https://bit.ly/33QOsHe.

January 31

One of the main efforts of our Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty’s work in Washington D.C. is to partner with various, like-minded organizations to roll back the weaponization of politics today, especially as it concerns valid differences of opinion as to how we are to live our lives faithfully and morally. For more information see https://www.LCRLFreedom.org