LAMBS has offered a Michigan church $500 toward the restoration of its iconic sign—if it’ll use it to remind Christians that pigs and other animals used for food endure hell on Earth.
Arizona conservative churches launched a sermon series that questioned progressive theology—so we’ve offered them a vegan dinner and a new banner to promote an animal-protection truth that everyone can agree on.
After a Baptist church in Jacksonville, Florida, used its sign to stir controversy, we sent a letter with a hard-hitting, Gospel-based suggestion for the church’s next message.
Alexa Sexton performed 21 acts of kindness for her 21st birthday, so we’ve sent her a vegan gift basket with a letter encouraging her to continue her kindness by going vegan for 21 days.
We showed up at a prayer event at the Capitol for the National Day of Prayer to remind Christians not to forget about the cries of God’s creatures.
We’ve written an open letter to Christians participating in the National Day of Prayer urging them to pray to end animal abuse and take personal action by going vegan in what they eat, wear, and buy.
We’ve sent a letter to the Curtis Culwell Center asking it to place a banner that encourages nonviolence toward God’s creatures!
The Christian university cancels summer trip to SeaWorld—citing concerns for the treatment of God’s creatures.
God has called on us to bring freedom to the captives—and that is exactly what happened in this tear-jerking rescue.
We’ve released an ad urging Christians to continue the Easter celebration at the dinner table by choosing foods that no one had to die for.