Mike Spencer of Project LifeVoice talks about a pro-life training session for clergy. Dr. Marlon De La Torre talks about his new role with the Archdiocese of Detroit.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 – Shepherding a Culture of Life: Clergy Pro-Life Training
Mike Spencer is the President of Project LifeVoice. On September 23rd, he will be at Risen Christ Lutheran Church in Plymouth for “Shepherding a Culture of Life: Clergy Pro-Life Training.” He tells us all about it today.
Mike pastored for 23 years before founding Project LifeVoice. He travels extensively throughout the United States and beyond equipping pastors and students in churches, on high school and university campuses, and serving as the keynote at pro-life banquets and conferences. Mike is a much sought-after communicator who has a passion for equipping others to speak to the often emotional and divisive issue of abortion in ways that are both winsome and compelling.
Segment 3 – Archdiocese’s new evangelization director brings an educator’s heart to ministry
Marlon De La Torre, Ph.D., is a big believer in the connection between education and Christian witness. Specifically, he says, one can’t proclaim the Gospel if they don’t know what the Gospel says. “If you are an effective teacher, that means you’re an effective witness of the Gospel,” De La Torre told Detroit Catholic. “You can’t be strictly an evangelist and not be able to articulate the faith in some way.”
Dr. Marlon De La Torre, who has decades of experience working in evangelization and education, including 10 years as director of evangelization and missionary discipleship for the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, was named the Archdiocese of Detroit’s new director of evangelization and missionary discipleship effective Sept. 7.
Archdiocese’s new evangelization director brings an educator’s heart to ministry