Ep. 197: Seattle Pacific, Food Ministries Stressed, and Pro-Life Ministry in the Post-Roe Era
On today’s program, students at Seattle Pacific University end their sit-in for LGBTQ rights, but the controversy at this Christian school is not likely to go away. And we check in with some prominent pro-life ministries to see how the Dobbs decision, the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, will impact their work. We begin today with a report that rapidly rising prices are having a significant impact on ministries that provide food and housing for the poor.
A few housekeeping items before we go.
First, a big thank you to those who gave us a fiscal year end gift last month. We had nearly 200 donors during the month of June who gave us about $20,000, which barely got us to our goal. But it was an ambitious goal, and I am grateful for the support.
I also wanted to mention that I was in Southern California last week and had the pleasure of hosting a luncheon of MinistryWatch supporters in Newport Beach. A hearty thank-you to those who came out for that event. And I wanted to mention that I’ll be doing a similar lunch in Des Moines, Iowa, on July 19. That’s a Tuesday. If you live within driving distance of Des Moines and you’d like to attend, shoot me an email and we’ll make sure you get an invitation. My email is [email protected]
The producers for today’s program are Rich Roszel and Jeff McIntosh. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, Emily Kern, Rod Pitzer, and Casey Sudduth. Writers who contributed to today’s program include Haley Barker, Riley Farrell, Marika Proctor, Kim Roberts, Alejandra Molina, and Donald Kramer. Special thanks to The NonProfit Times for contributing material for this week’s podcast.
Until next time, may God bless you.