Lutherans For Life

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Lutherans For Life is a pro-life international organization that supports Biblical-based witnessing on the value of life in a positive manner. They emphasize education and service over political activism[1] about issues such as legalized abortion, post-abortion healing, end-of-life decisions and euthanasia, and chastity before marriage.

The group was inspired by Dr. C. Jack Eichhorst; he and sixteen others organized Lutherans for Life on April 17, 1979. It is headquartered on the campus of Concordia College in St. Paul, Minnesota.[2]

External Links


  1. Lutherans for Life|The Basics, retrieved November 24, 2011
  2. Lutherans for Life|About, retrieved November 24, 2011