Recording available at Lutherans for Life.

Pro-lifers know the importance of showing love to the abortion-minded, not just during pregnancy, but also after birth. But what about married moms in the Church that we don’t see as “at risk”? They don’t need our support … or do they?

Up against a culture of death, even Christian mothers, and perhaps especially mothers of large families, may be a lonely, misunderstood minority.

How do large families fit into God’s plan for His kingdom? What motivation do these mothers of many have in a world where everything is against them? How can you concretely demonstrate Christ-like care for young families within the Church?

Join Marie MacPherson, author of “Mothering Many: Strategy-Saving Strategies from Moms of Four or More and Meditations on the Vocation of Motherhood” in a round-robin, thought-provoking discussion on the ins-and-outs of big families, including time for Q and A. Her only secret is no secret at all: grace, always grace!

This was recorded January 19, 2021, with technical difficulties due to a screen share not appearing until 2/3 of the way through the presentation.

Recording available at Lutherans for Life.

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