"let us behave ourselves valiantly" I Chr. 19:13
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Not only have my wife and I repented of our own apathy regarding Child Sacrifice in our midst and sought to fully obey the commission to stand boldly against the murder of children, I also desire to preach and teach heartily on this mandatory ministry with those who have ears to hear! If your church needs to be encouraged, informed, equipped, or stirred up on this vital topic I would love to come and open up God’s word in regards to the Christian response in a culture that murders its children!  

God has told us in His word that Christians are to preach the gospel to all nations and stand up for righteousness within the culture.  We have been commanded by God to “Open [our mouths] for the dumb in the cause of all such that are appointed to destruction” (Proverbs 31:8).  Abortion is a horrid reality and the battle lines have been drawn in our society.  Although many people believe abortion is wrong, most are doing nothing to stop it.  My wife and I hear all to often, even among believers, “I would never get an abortion myself, but I could never tell someone else what they can or cannot do!” This is complicity with evil.  It is crying, “Peace, peace, when there is no peace” (Jeremiah 6:14). They are allowing it to take place by shutting their eyes and stopping up their ears “from the cry of the poor” (Proverbs 21:13) in order to not have to think about it.  The sordid truth is startling; souls are dying and “if thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn unto death, and those that are ready to be slain; If thou sayest, Behold, we knew it not; doth not he that pondereth the heart consider it? and he that keepeth thy soul, doth not he know it? and shall not he render to every man according to his works?” (Proverbs 24:11-12).  As believers, we must always engage the culture where the battle is raging most!  To ignore it, compromise our stand, or worse, to change our position, is to raise a white flag of surrender and succumb to the consequences.

We seek the total and immediate abolition of human abortion!

My wife and I do not stand with a Pro-Life Movement, but solely on the word of God.  Abortion is a sin issue and must be countered with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We bring His word boldly to abortion mills in order to reach out to those mothers who have made the decision to kill their babies.  We find women to be scared, sad, angry, frustrated, bitter, aggressive…but all of them in rebellion and in great need of salvation.  Our desire is to show them both God’s love and His truth! And when we show them God’s truth we are loving them!  We hand them information and resources that offer help, try to engage in one on one conversation, pass out tracts to those who walk past, and preach the gospel to ALL who enter.  We do this with our signs held high that we might wake up those who are passing by.  We stand on the sidewalks so that our city will realize the danger that it is in, not just for killing our own children but because we are bringing God’s judgement on ourselves.  God will not let the shedding of innocent blood go unnoticed!  As we stand we PRAY, PLEAD, PREACH THE GOSPEL, PROVIDE HELP, and PROVOKE THE PUBLIC.

Messages that can stand alone or put together in a Seminar fashion:

Christianity in a Culture of Death—Holiness in the midst of a Holocaust

The Front Line of Life

The Heart of a Father

When Your Neighbor goes to Molech

God and Life. Period.


Below are the 5 Tenants of Abolition that we hold to be true.

  1. Biblical Grounds

We strive to bring the truth revealed in God’s Word into conflict with the worldly wisdom of man. Rather than leaving the Bible out of our engagements, we are determined that it should be the foundation for everything that we do (Psalm 119:126-128). The concept of abolitionism (the removal of evils) is derived from the word of God.  It follows from the call to “do justly, and to love mercy, and walk humbly” with our God (Micah 6:8). God’s people are explicitly instructed to make themselves clean and remove the evil of their deeds from His sight, cease to do evil,  learn to do well, seek justice, relieve the oppressed, defend the orphan, and plead for the widow (Isaiah 1:16-17). The Bible does not merely command believers to abstain from evils but also to expose and “reprove them” (Ephesians 5:11). Abolitionism also follows the practice of “pure and undefiled religion”: to look after the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unspotted by the world (James 1:27).  The work of abolition is also required if we are to consistently keep the two great commandments (love the Lord thy God and thy neighbor) in a culture that dehumanizes and destroys fellow image bearers and neighbors (Luke 4:18-19). Abortion is both murder and idolatry—child sacrifice, an abomination (Deuteronomy 12:31) which pollutes the land and which God must judge (Psalm 106: 37-38).

  1. Providential Trust

We rely on the Providence of God, not the pragmatism of man. Abolitionists do not trust in war-horses or chariots (Psalm 20:7-9). We trust in the spiritual means and methods God has given to us in His Word. Abolitionists have always cried, “Duty is ours, the results are God’s!” (John Q. Adams).  We look to the Spirit of God to lead us, believing He is our ever present Guide and that He is not silent.  We depend upon the Providence and Sovereignty of God. “…He giveth to all life and breath, and all things.” (Acts 17:25) It is the power of God working through His Holy Spirit that changes hearts.  Yet we acknowledge that God has deemed men active participants in this drama. He gives us choices, and these choices have consequences.  We are called to be faithful—to walk in righteousness—to speak the truth in love—and to trust in Him above our own understanding (Proverbs 3:5-6).  We shun doing wrong “that good may come” (Romans 3:8), and choose to hold fast to righteous means to effect abolition.

  1. Gospel Centered

We recognize that the chief weapon we possess in the fight against abortion is the Gospel (Romans 1:16). Abortion is sin and the only answer for sin is repentance and a saving faith in the finished work of Christ (Mark 1:15). The Gospel alone can truly and permanently mobilize human action, motivate moral behavior, and mandate consistent, compassionate social justice (I Corinthians 6:9-11; II Corinthians 5:17; I Thessalonians 1:9-10; Titus 3:-3-7). It brings redemption from destruction; it is the wellspring of love, hope, and joy, and the real answer to abortion.  We are to use the word of God, His declaration of Creation, the Law, and the Gospel.  It is all according to the Scriptures.  God uses His holy word to give certainty (Proverbs 22:20-21), convert the soul (Psalm 19:7), and bring faith to the hearer (Romans 10:17).  How dare we venture forth without the Sword of the Spirit?  The word of God, which cannot return void nor be destroyed, which is not bound nor can fall to the ground.

  1. Body Driven

We believe that seeking and working for Abolition is a duty of the church.  Christians are to be shining the light of Christ in this dark and crooked generation (Philippians 2:15).  The Bible says to Christians who are slumbering in this role “Awake to righteousness, and sin not; for some have not the knowledge of God: I speak this to your shame.”(I Corinthians 15:34).  It is a shame upon the body of Christ if we are not contending for the abolition of this evil, due to cowardice, callousness, complacency, convenience, complicity, or compromise.  We seek to awaken the Church to fulfill her ordained purpose to be salt and light in this sin spoiled and darkened world (Matthew 5:13-16). The primary means God has ordained to display His manifold wisdom to the world is through His people (Titus 2:11-14).   The love of Christ constrains us to call for justice, mercy, and equity for the innocent and the weak.  The church must take the Gospel to the ends of the earth and bring it into conflict with every dark deed of man.  Infanticide in Rome, chattel slavery in the British Empire and the United States, twin killing in Nigeria, and temple prostitution/slavery in India are a few examples of evils that Christians have successfully sought to abolish. Christians are to reprove/expose evil (Ephesians 5:11) and destroy the ungodly thinking that defends evil (II Corinthians 10:5). We are exhorted to indefatigably rescue the weak from death (Proverbs 24:10-12), snatch the falling from flames (Jude 23), and open our mouths for the innocent being slain (Proverbs 31:8-9).

  1. Immediatism

We believe that allowing abortion in some cases along the way to its total abolition is neither strategically sound nor consistently Christian. You cannot abolish any evil by justifying or allowing it to continue in some cases. Any strategy for ending abortion in this country which allows for the continued occurrence of some abortions for the sake of eventually outlawing the rest, though seemingly pragmatic, is compromise and its promises of effectiveness are false.  It dehumanizes the babies that are not protected and undermines the truth that these innocents are people and that abortion is murder. We reject incremental steps, and the gradual regulation of evil. This is not an issue of what seems practical, achievable, or reasonable. It is an issue of obedience to God. We must make no compromise with sin or with the means of fighting sin. Abortion is the abominable sin of child sacrifice and as such we call for its immediate and total abolition.  (Jeremiah 25:25, John 8:11, Acts 17:30, Proverbs 9:6).


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