On January 26th, 2017, I had the honor of presenting a short keynote at ‘Evangelicals for Life’ in Washington, D. C. The event was hosted by the ERLC and Focus on the Family. It is the second time they have had this event.

What I loved about the event was that Evangelicals were called to think more comprehensively about what it means to be ‘pro-life’. Issues like human trafficking, refugee resettlement, and racial reconciliation were highlighted along with care for the unborn and women dealing with unwanted pregnancies. Every speaker I heard was Biblically rooted and provided a solid theological framework for Christian engagement in all these areas and more. It was inspiring, and it signaled a new day in the ‘pro-life’ movement.

I was invited to speak on ‘race and human flourishing– embracing diversity for the good of all people.’ I am sure the video of this talk will soon be made available online. However, in an effort to support our own women’s clinic which is part of the Dream Centers of Colorado Springs, I am releasing the manuscript of my talk as a fundraiser. 50% of the proceeds of will go directly the Women’s Clinic.

Support our Dream Centers Women’s Clinic and order the short ebook of my talk HERE.

Below are a few of the promo videos filmed for the event, featuring a few key ideas that I presented in my talk.

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One thought on “Race and Human Flourishing: My Talk at Evangelicals for Life

  1. Reblogged this on GEM Journalist and commented:
    Pastor and GEM leaders all filling my inbox with responses to America’s foreign policy decisions. Feeling the many broken things in life acutely this week and trying to be brave enough to continue in the heart of Christ even though it hurts to do so and act with Christ – out of love and not fear or dismay.

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