outreach team

Rev. Sean Martin

National Church Outreach Director

Sean has a BA is Sociology and an MDiv in Religion. He has been a pastor for twelve years, focusing much of his ministry on counseling. Sean has also served in a variety of other roles, including serving on the Ethics Committee of a children’s hospital.

Sean has been married to his wife, Jill, for 17 years, and they have ten children. Many of their children are adopted, and they have a variety of special needs. The entire family is passionate about protecting the lives of the unborn and providing them with loving, wonderful homes after birth.

Recent Articles

  • How should the church respond to Planned Parenthood

    Abortion is a difficult sermon topic for pastors…

    There have been a lot of stories in the news lately about Planned Parenthood and the selling of fetal body tissue. People are upset that an organization, especially one that receives more than half a billion in taxpayer dollars each year, could ever do such a thing. This is an organization that is trusted by […]

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  • The Case for Life: Degree of Dependency

    Abortion supporters often claim that a baby’s inability to survive outside the mother’s womb should automatically justify abortion. The issue is that the child is still fully dependent on the mother, or, as it is sometimes explained, the fetus is not “viable.” There are major problems with this line of thinking. First, if the standard […]

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  • The Case for Life: Environment

    Environment, better understood as the location of the baby, is the E in SLED. When babies are born they move from their mother’s uterus to the outside world. But should the timing of this move determine whether they should live or die? Infamous Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell was convicted of murdering three children after they […]

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  • The Case for Life: Level of Development

    The L in the SLED acronym stands for level of development. Many abortion advocates dismiss unborn children, particularly during the first trimester, as a mass of cells or a blob of tissue. This incredibly imprecise reasoning suggests that there is no moral difference between an embryo or fetus and a tumor or cyst, because of […]

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  • The Case for Life: Size

    The S in the SLED acronym stands for size. All of us began our lives as a tiny fertilized egg, or zygote, invisible to the naked eye. Over the years, the “smallness” of unborn babies has been cited to justify their murder. Biologically, the human zygote is indisputably a member of the species Homo sapiens. […]

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  • Martin Family’s Incredible Story of Life

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