Workshops to discuss Christian role in abortion culture

Submitted Photo Mike Spencer, founder and president of Project LifeVoice.

Mike Spencer, founder and president of Project LifeVoice, will lead two events in Minot on Wednesday, June 9, on the role of the church in an abortion culture.

Dakota Hope Clinic, Minot, is hosting the events.

A clergy luncheon, “Role of the Clergy in Today’s Abortion Culture,” begins at noon at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, 2209 4th Ave. NW, Minot. Spencer will address the question of whether it is possible for a pastor to be a bold voice for the unborn while, at the same time, nurturing a redemptive community for those who have had abortions.

Spencer served as a pastor for 23 years before beginning the Project LifeVoice ministry. Clergy from all Christian denominations are welcome to attend with a spouse or other guest. There is no charge to attend. A free-will offering will be taken. Please RSVP by calling 852-4675 or go to dakotahope.org to register online.

Spencer also will lead a “Life Defender’s Apologetics Workshop” at the the Moose Club, 400 9th St. SW, Minot. A light meal will be served at 6 p.m., and the presentation at 6:30 p.m. Attendees will learn how to communicate the pro-life message intelligently and graciously by focusing on these two questions: What are the preborn? What makes humans valuable?

Anyone who is high-school age or older is welcome to attend. There is no admission fee but a free will offering will be taken. Pre-registration is required for the meal. Call 852-4675 or go to dakotahope.org.


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