Salt & Light Global
Celebrating the Sanctity of Human Life
When: Sunday evenings, July 31, August 7 and 14
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Victory Baptist Church, 419 South Macomb St., Manchester, MI 48158
Session #1 – July 31, 2022
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m
Dr. Giani Cazan, M.D. – Witnessing the miracle of life.
A medical perspective on human life through a Christian worldview lens
Session #2 – August 7, 2022
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. –
Professor William Wagner, J.D., God, Government, and Human Life
After Roe, Where Do We Go? – How did we get here?: What is the Current Threat to Life? What can we do about it?
Session #3 – August 14, 2022
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion – What can your church do?
Being Salt and Light in our Culture: Strategies for Celebrating the Sanctity of Human Life
Prof. William Wagner; Thom Posell, Faith Outreach Coordinator, Right to Life, Michigan; Hannah Miracle, Director, Center for Women’s Health, Jackson; Pastor Gary Page
Dr. Giani Cazan-London M.D. – Maternal Fetal Medicine subspecialist.
Dr. Cazan has practiced medicine for 20 years. Her specialty offerred daily opportunities to evaluate and treat women with pregnancies with high risk for complications either maternal or fetal.
She specializes in prenatal fetal ultrasounds, prenatal diagnosis, and in managing high risk pregnancies, such as in women with medical complications (diabetes, autoimmune diseases, clotting disorders, etc) or history of poor pregnancy outcomes (recurrent pregnancy loss, extremely premature deliveries, etc.).
She passionately cares for women and their babies, through the most emotional and sometimes the toughest time of a woman’s natural phase of life – pregnancy.
Prof. Wm Wagner – SAU Faith & Freedom Center; President, Salt & Light Global and the Great Lakes Justice Center
William Wagner is a Christian. He currently serves as President and CEO of Salt & Light Global. In academia, he holds the academic rank of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Prof. Wagner takes the heart of Jesus to the culture. Discipling servant leaders, he equips them to share Jesus’ redemptive love and truth. He equips disciples to see all of who they are and what they do through the lens of God’s Word. Prof. Wagner equips the church with strategies to transform the culture. He trains pastors and ministry leaders to contend for the faith. Shining the healing light of Christ into dark places, he shares the Good News of Jesus in unique unreached forums. He strategically works to ensure the next generation may do so free of persecution.
From a local township board to the United States Supreme Court, Prof. Wagner speaks truth on behalf of the persecuted and most vulnerable. Championing the cause of the defenseless and oppressed, he fights for freedom of religion in public forums around the globe. He promotes good governance and speaks of Jesus in the public square. Because Jesus calls us to be Salt and Light in the world, he wants to see nations transform, darkness dissolve, and the brokenhearted heal.
Professor Wagner’s public service includes serving as a Federal judge in the United States Courts, legal counsel in the U.S. Senate, senior assistant United States attorney in the Department of Justice, an American diplomat and Senior Advisor for Global Criminal Justice at the Department of State. His writing is published in numerous journals, books, and other publications. Soli Deo Gloria.
Hannah Miracle, – Director, Center for Women’s Health
Hannah Miracle has lived in Jackson since she was seven years old, and loves being part of this community. Growing up as the oldest of 12 siblings instilled in Hannah a love for every life and gave her a desire to help those around her. She began volunteering at the Center for Women in 2010, and stepped into the role of Executive Director in April of 2013. In addition to her work at the Center for Women, she also enjoys photography, reading, and being an aunt to her 22 nieces and nephews. Hannah is passionate about helping women, and in order to be able to meet a wider range of client’s needs is currently continuing her education with the goal of becoming a licensed counselor.
Thom Powell, Faith Outreach Coordinator, Right to Life
Thom Powell is the Faith Outreach Coordinator at Right to Life of Michigan. He and his wife, Morgan worked as missionaries in Chengdu, China prior to Thom joining RLM earlier this year. They are both graduates of West Coast Baptist College. Thom assists Right to Life of Michigan by educating and motivating the faith community as we strive together against the genocide of the defenseless.
Pastor Gary Page, Victory Church Manchester
Pastor Gary Page is the Senior Pastor at Victory Baptist Church in Manchester Michigan.