Equipping church leaders to address unexpected pregnancy and abortion.
Is abortion an issue that divides your congregation or a topic no one dares to discuss? Do you want your congregation to make a difference in reaching those who are suffering? Do you have a heart for justice on this issue but don’t know where to begin?
If so, we want to help you, your staff and congregation be part of the solution to change this reality, so we have created an interactive educational opportunity just for you! Through a lunch and learn workshop we will walk you through:
- Ways to create civil conversations beyond the prolife/prochoice narrative.
- Build a culture of compassion from a biblical justice framework.
- Address tangible ways to care for women and reduce abortion.
For more information contact Lori Ann Satriano Arfsten, Director of Communications and Community Development at Lori@YouhaveAlternatives.org or 303.298.8815.
Because doing nothing conveys condoning and silence in the midst of tragedy is deafening. Will you take action today and learn more?
In the October 2021 Edition
Equipping Church Leadership
Equipping church leaders to address unexpected pregnancy and abortion. Is abortion an issue that divides your congregation or a topic no one dares to discuss? Do you want your congregation
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