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In Tennessee, nail salons have to be inspected by the State but abortion clinics don’t necessarily have to be. How crazy and confused is that? Because of a radical 4-1 ruling by the Tennessee Supreme Court in 2000, Tennessee now boasts a broader right to abortion than that recognized by Roe v. Wade or the U.S. Constitution. As a result, any commonsense protections of women and unborn children are viewed as infringements on a woman’s right to “abortion on demand” in Tennessee.
I’ve asked Tennessee Baptists to vote “YES on 1” in this fall’s state election. I’m now asking you, Hilldale Baptist members and friends, to do the same. And lest one think that I’m promoting politics, this is not a political matter. It’s a moral one. Non-profit doesn’t mean non-PROPHET; and churches must be involved in the conversation on abortion!
Today I’m beginning a brief series of sermons on the sanctity of human life. And, yes, I planned the timing of this series on purpose to coincide with the upcoming election. I want our Hilldale family and friends to vote with knowledge, and I hope you’ll take your stand to Defend the Defenseless…who, unfortunately, now include mothers as well as unborn children in Tennessee.
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I hope you know that God loves you…and so do I!


Bro. Larry