LCRL Bulletin Blurbs – June 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.


June, 2021 LCRL Bulletin BLURBS

June 6, 2021

 God works — in every aspect of life. Just as He reigns in both the Church and the world, He calls His people to love and serve in all places. Our government invites us to speak freely, to believe freely and to live freely. In Christ we have been set free from sin and death. Freed from selfish desires, we use our freedom in Christ and our Constitutional freedom to speak and to love in all our vocations. For more information see

June 13, 2021

A culture that willfully destroys the most vulnerable in its midst eventually develops a coarseness and an inhumanity that can destroy the culture itself. If civility, humaneness, and peace matter for us, we need to “look intently” at abortion anew. For more information see

June 20, 2021

A healthy society can be traced back to healthy families, healthy children, strong moms and dads in the home. In those places where those relationships, that institution of marriage and family is strong, police and government can actually be “limited” because people are disciplined and motivated to do right by one’s own, and to do right by one’s community. For more information see

June 27, 2021

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