Posted on January 19, 2021
Fellow Servants of Christ, Lutheran Family Service thanks you for your prayers, and we thank God that the Protect Life Amendment (HSB41) passed the Iowa House subcommittee hearing held today! Please continue to keep this in your prayers as it moves to the full committee. We will advise you when this happens. Lutheran Family Service Director […]
Posted on June 16, 2020
The 2020 Iowa legislative session was quite different given its interruption and significant focus on COVID-19 issues and impacts. Lutheran Family Service began the year preparing to build support toward passage of the Protect Life Constitutional Amendment.
Posted on June 12, 2020
The Protect Life Amendment, drafted, polled, and expertly scrutinized following a rouge Iowa judge’s decision to declare a right to abortion was “found” within our Iowa Constitution, is in eminent danger of dying in the Iowa House of Representatives. Your actions now will make the difference.
Posted on April 23, 2020
One thing is needful. One thing is essential. Listening to the words of Jesus. Lutheran Family Service offers His words in the words we share, words of a living Savior, words of His peace and His presences and His promises. No matter what the circumstances, Jesus gives the essential message, the “good portion, which will not be taken away from [us].”
Posted on April 9, 2020
Even though this virus has slowed efforts to legalize doctor assisted suicide and euthanasia, we need to be vigilant in speaking up and defending all life from fertilization to natural death, and in all stages, ages and conditions.
Posted on March 3, 2020
Citizens and clergy from all across Iowa joined Governor Reynolds, pro-life legislators, Lutheran Family Service and the other Coalition of Pro-Life Leaders for the Iowa Prayer Rally for Life on Monday, March 2, 2020 in support of the Protect Life Amendment.
Posted on January 21, 2020
When it comes to protecting human life, the abuse of unborn children gets tucked away. This Biblical truth issue needs to be “untucked” and kept on the “front page” in our congregations not just once, but consistently for the next three or four years. And here’s why…
Posted on October 21, 2019
Our legislators (senators and representatives) are paid to represent the interests of ALL the people that are in their area of service. Even if you didn’t vote for them or they don’t share your same views, they are still responsible for listening to and representing you and your views.