Our Fellows in Christ for Life

Life Matters Worldwide encourages, equips, and strengthens pregnancy care workers so that they can continue to provide life-affirming services.

Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022, they saw a need to shift our focus to local and national centers.

With changing abortion laws and increased spiritual attacks, it’s more crucial than ever to receive the spiritual and emotional support you need to continue this fight.


Orthodox Christians for Life equips the Orthodox Christian community to strengthen its commitment to the sacredness of human life from conception to death, illuminating the Church's teaching on life issues through education and engagement.

They strive to engage hearts and minds at all levels of Christian life, from our Sunday school classrooms to our seminaries. We will cultivate an Orthodox Christian pro-life ethic that incorporates prayer, education, and service into the existing ministries of our church communities.

In collaboration with clergy and lay leaders, OCLife will produce pastoral resources, create sanctity of life educational curriculum, establish parish-based pro-life ministries, develop an Orthodox post-abortion recovery program, and further offer opportunities to strengthen the Orthodox community’s commitment to the sanctity of life.


RespectLife.org is a project of the USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities -- working to teach respect for all human life from conception to natural death, and organize for its protection. To serve this goal, RespectLife.org has developed resources on pro-life topics in support of the Church's mission to proclaim that every human life is a precious gift from God. 

The 'Pastoral Plan for Pro-Life Activities' calls upon the Church—its people, services, and institutions—to pursue this effort in four major areas: prayer and worship, public information and education, public policy, and pastoral care. Resources are created to help dioceses, parishes, ministries, and individual Catholics share the Gospel of Life.

Heartbeat International is the first network of pro-life pregnancy resource centers founded in the U.S. (1971).   

More and more Catholic and Evangelical Christians felt called to help and start calling for help. We became Heartbeat Internationl became the “go-to” place for start-up manuals, model programs, leadership training conferences, and a place to go for advice and prayer. Currently, they serve over 3,000 affiliated pregnancy help locations, maternity homes, and non-profit adoption agencies on all 6 inhabited continents.

Anglicans For Life is the only para-church ministry in the Anglican Communion that exists to equip and enable local congregations to provide Life-Affirming outreach and ministry to uphold the Sanctity of Life and protect the vulnerable.

AFL offers a variety of pathways for lay and ordained members of churches to get involved in bearing witness to life in their congregations and communities.

They strive to equip churches with the tools they need to meet the needs of their community and church family. This includes, but is not limited to, Christian formation programs for adults and teens, publishing the latest life news, holding in-person and virtual events, and making information accessible to all who desire and can benefit from Life-Affirming ministry.


The Archdiocese of San Antonio's CULTURE OF LIFE Pastoral Ministry offers educational and formational resources, information, and activities that reflect the richness of Catholic Social Doctrine and its teachings on human dignity and our common call to love our neighbor as our Lord has taught us.

This site offers a variety of resources to be used by individuals, families, parishes, and other organizations to pray for, learn about, and advance the cause of life. Clergy, Ministers, and Laity can access prayers and devotions, Church teachings, and action opportunities to further develop a Culture of Life in the Archdiocese of San Antonio.



Students for Life of America is the largest national youth pro-life organization that is dedicated to creating a Culture of Life and ending abortion in this lifetime. They specialize in recruiting, training, empowering, and mobilizing pro-life students to use their voices for the most vulnerable among us. Catholic and Christian churches and schools are dedicated to advancing human dignity from conception to natural death. This important shared mission is why Students for Life of America has launched our Called initiative.

Founded in 1975, Care Net is a nonprofit organization that empowers women and men considering abortion to choose life for their unborn children and find abundant life in Christ.

Care-Net aknowledges that every human life begins at conception and is worthy of protection. They offer compassion, hope, and help to anyone considering abortion by presenting them with realistic alternatives and Christ-centered support through our life-affirming network of pregnancy centers, churches, organizations, and individuals. 

Presbytarians Protecting Life equips Presbyterians to champion human life in the church. God clearly demonstrates the value of human beings in the Gospel. Jesus, God's Son, took on human form to bring us into relationship with God. This good news is why they pursue their mission. PPL wants all Presbyterians to be equipped champions of human life at every stage. 


CatholicAnswers.com wants to help us in the fight to save lives by giving away one million copies of "Why We're Prolife." It is their hope that we will share this resource far and wide to those that need it most.

Click the links below to access an Audio Book (ENGLISH) and/or an Ebook (ENGLISH or ESPAÑOL)

Why We are Prolife provides the words, ideas, and confidence to talk to others about abortion. The Why We’re Pro-Life booklet addresses the legal and cultural landscape of the new post-Roe world, avoids the charge that abortion is a church-state issue in that it appeals only to up-to-date science and to broadly shared beliefs about human rights, and strikes a much-needed tone of peaceful dialogue during this time of rising temperatures in the divisive debate over abortion.

Lutherans For Life believes that the Church is compelled by God’s Word to speak and act on behalf of those who are vulnerable and defenseless. The crisis of our times is the repudiation of biblical truth manifested in the wanton destruction of innocent human life through legalized abortion-on-demand and the growing threat to the lives of others through legalized assisted suicide and euthanasia.

Therefore, as Lutherans For Life, we will strive to give a Gospel-motivated witness to the Church and society on these and other related issues, such as chastity, post-abortion healing, and family living. We will call God’s people to compassionate action and foster life-affirming alternatives for those facing difficult situations.


Through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Life Ministry, the Body of Christ comes together to value all human life — from conception to natural death.

LCMS Life Ministry speaks up for life, cares for people in body and soul, and teaches about the sanctity of human life. The Ministry is a network comprised of thousands of people throughout the LCMS who are passionate about and engaged in sanctity of human life efforts, both in our church body and the culture at large.



As a pro-life ministry, Deacons of Hope serves not only the unborn, but also the poor, the imprisoned, the marginalized, the oppressed, the sick, and the aged regardless of sex, race, nationality, or creed. If one is drawing a troubled breath, they are a point of light for Deacons of Hope.

Individually, Deacons of Hope are centered and focused on the proper interior life, which "ought to be the stem, filled with vigorous sap, of which our works are the flowers." -Soul of the Apostolate by Jean-Baptiste Chautard

Full membership in Deacons of Hope is limited to Roman Catholic men who have been ordained into the Permanent Diaconate. Others who feel a call to support and assist them in their ministry may become associates to the Deacons of Hope. Associates can be spouses, benefactors, parishioners, etc. who feel called to support Deacons of Hope through prayer, association, and works.

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