Safe City Clinton
Rev. Ken Anderson
Pastor, Parkway Baptist Church
Dr. Greg Belser
Pastor, Morrison Heights Baptist Church
Every person is created in the image of God, including the preborn. It is certainly my great desire to see every citizen enjoy the fullest protections of the law and be protected from injustice of every kind. We have no right to injure or destroy a living soul, particularly the most vulnerable of all. May God bless this initiative and use this to call others to rally to end this great blight on our nation’s conscience.
Rev. Ryan Culpepper
Pastor, Pocahontas Baptist Church
Rev. Bobby Dungan
Pastor, Wildwood Baptist Church
Rev. Ian Kayser
Pastor, Providence Presbyterian Church
Rev. Scott Lucky
College and Young Adult Pastor, Parkway Baptist Church
Rev. Steven Mena
Pastor, Providence Baptist Church
Rev. Frederick Williams
Pastor, Mt. Hood Missionary Baptist Church
Alderman, Ward 6, City of Clinton
Alderman, Ward 5, City of Clinton
Former Clinton Alderman and Executive Director of Mississippi Legislative Budget Office
Tim L. Martin, Ed.D.
Superintendent, Clinton Public School District
Dr. David Champagne
Assistant Professor of Christian Studies, Mississippi College
From a young age, I’ve never been able to understand the rationalization of abortion. Ending life on our own terms shouldn’t be justified under any circumstance, and I long to see a day when unborn babies are seen as lives worth saving. As an adoptive father, I’ve experienced firsthand the treasure that an unwanted child becomes for a loving family, and I support adoption as a tremendous alternative to the dreaded practice of abortion.
Dr. Evan Lenow
Director of Church and Minister Relations, Mississippi College
I am very excited to see a group of people coming together and working to make Clinton an even better place to live. Anytime a group of concerned citizens comes together for a cause, it is a positive for Clinton. I am excited to see Clinton label itself as a Safe City for Babies.
Dr. Ivan Parke
Professor of Christian Studies, Mississippi College