We are for life!
In a world bent down and suffering under the darkness of abortion, euthanasia and death in all its forms, individual members of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) are standing tall to tell their stories.
A seasoned woman who had an abortion rejoices in Christ’s forgiveness. A young Chinese man with special needs is loved by his adopted family. A single mom chooses life for her son when urged to get an abortion.
These and other members of the LCMS are speaking up. By sharing their stories through the #eyesoflife campaign, they are boldly giving voice to what millions of others believe as well: that all life, from conception to natural death, is sacred, valued and a gift from God.
It is easy to get bogged down in what we are against, but with eyes of life, we rejoice in what we are for: God’s grace and mercy, Christ’s forgiveness and love, the Holy Spirit’s direction and nurturing … and life.
“In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.” (John 1:4). – Jesus
About the stories
Kacey. Jing. Diego. Jean.
These are just a few of the stories of real people who have known real suffering but, greater still, have been on the receiving end of real grace, mercy, forgiveness and peace from our heavenly Father.
Read the stories
Then give thanks for pastors, churches and LCMS organizations who are eager to help and come alongside in support of life in all its forms. Discover how the Lord has a good plan and a good purpose for each person’s life… from the tiniest, unborn baby to the oldest man or woman eager to be at home with Jesus.
Rejoice in God’s care for His people, even when they feel unlovable. Observe how He covers them with grace upon grace. Pray for them by name. And join us in seeing the world, along with Kacey, Jing and others, through God-given, hope-filled eyes of life.
LCMS Life Ministry
Advocating for the unborn, weak and vulnerable
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Life Ministry is devoted to upholding the sanctity of human life, both in our church body and the culture at large. We are actively involved in a variety of domestic and international programs to support and encourage life “in the image of God.”