March 2021 Prayer Letter

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Romans 14:7 & 8 =“For none of us liveth to himself, and no man dieth to himself. For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord; whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord’s” 

In the book of Genesis Cain asked God “Am I my brother’s keeper”? The truth is, we are our brother’s keeper and we do have a responsibility to look out for the welfare of our fellow man. There is no more important place for us to consider that than in the area of unborn infants. It should be the natural desire for a mother and father to be the primary protectors of their offspring. When they fail to carry that responsibility out others need to step up. God doesn’t hold us responsible for every child that is rejected by their parents, but He does hold us accountable for those He puts in our path. We need to pray about what the Lord would have us do and then do it. 

This month we will be holding our annual business meeting, but we will be holding via conference call due to present conditions in our country. It isn’t ideal but these are not ideal days. Pray for this ministry as we look ahead at what the Lord has in store for us. 

We are planning to have our annual pro-life rally at Wyldewood Baptist Church April 17th at 1:00 PM. We are encouraging everyone to bring diapers for our pregnancy centers and an offering for Baptists for Life of Wisconsin. Dr. David Gibbs of the Christian Law Association will be our featured speaker. 

We also want to encourage our high school students to get involved in our annual essay contest. Our essay theme this year is “Why we should defund planned parenthood” 

I would appreciate prayers for me. I have some medical issues that need to be corrected in order for me to continue as director of this ministry. It is my desire to lead this ministry for another 4 years. I am not looking for sympathy, but I do believe in the power of prayer. 

Thanks for all your prayers and support of this important ministry. 

Andrew K. Buhrow
Executive Director
Baptists for Life of Wisconsin