Reverend Samuel Rodriguez on Cradle My Heart Radio week of September 25
Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference is an outspoken advocate for children yet to be born and their mothers and fathers.
He is equally ardent to see Christians of all ethnicities recognize abortion as the preeminent moral priority in politics today.
Reverend Rodriguez joins us this week to discuss:
- the reason abortion takes precedence over the pressing issues of immigration and the economy,
- and how and why to select candidates based on faith and spiritual values
- the morality of abortion as it plays out in communities of color.
You’ll also learn why Rodriguez says abortion is reprehensible and racist.
From his bio:
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez is the President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference. The NHCLC is the nation’s largest Hispanic Christian organization representing millions of Evangelicals and more than 40,000 U.S. Churches. An award-winning writer, Rodriguez is the author of Be Light, The Lamb’s Agenda, and Path of Miracles. Rodriguez earned his Master’s degree in educational leadership from Lehigh University and most recently received an Honorary Doctorate from The Baptist Universities of The Americas. He is an Assemblies of God Ordained Minister, currently serving as Senior Pastor of New Season Christian Worship Center in Sacramento, CA where he resides with his wife of 24 years, Eva, and their three children.
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