Life and Liberty Conference at Immanuel Lutheran Church


4:30 p.m.  
(A “free-will” offering includes barbeque & salad bar.)

Marriage, religious freedom, and life itself are under attack.  What does this mean . . . and how are we to respond?

Join us, other Lutherans, and guest speaker Bob Morrison to consider how Christians can:

  • Defend life and liberty,
  • Be a servant in both the earthly and heavenly kingdoms, and
  • Honor God the Creator and Redeemer of life.

God’s Word says that we should give evidence of our heavenly citizenship by being good citizens on earth (Matt. 5:16).  Bob Morrison will help us answer such questions as: 1) Do we have responsibility and opportunity to speak and act as a moral compass for society?  What does this mean?  2) Upon what did the Founding Fathers build our U.S. Constitution… and why?  What does this mean?  3) What does “separation of church and state” mean?  4)  What does “faith-based social justice” mean?

Legalized death (abortion, euthanasia) and re-definition of marriage do not build a future of hope.  We are called by God’s Word to build a future of hope as parents, grandparents, pastors, teachers, and good citizens.


About Bob Morrison:  Bob is Senior Fellow for Policy Studies at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C.  He served as Director of the LC-MS Office of Government Information, in the Department of Education during the Reagan administration, taught history and political science at the high school and college levels, and served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard.  Bob recently led the historical research for Bill Bennett’s book, America: The Last Best Hope. 

Look for more details in The Link and your bulletin!  Questions?  Please call Linda Bartlett at 648-3785.  You may e-mail Linda Bartlett


About Rev. Paul L. Beisel

Graduate of Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN in 2001 (M Div.) and 2004 (S.T.M.); LC-MS Pastor and Adjunct Instructor for John Wood Community College; Husband of Amy and father of Susan, Elizabeth, Martin, and Theodore.
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One Response to Life and Liberty Conference at Immanuel Lutheran Church

  1. Brockman says:

    Is there homebrew?

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