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May 17, 2006
Still Waiting for Reformation

Protestant pro-life ministries continue to yoke with Roman Catholics in their pro-life ministry events. The influence of the Roman Catholic Church continues to grow in the evangelical world, and Rome continues to make converts of Protestants corrupted by ecumenical ministry. The National Catholic Register's latest edition contains two articles trumpeting the news that Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry is the latest Protestant pro-life activist to join the Roman Catholic Church. In a Register interview, Terry was asked, "When did you first take an interest in the Catholic Church?" His answer is: "It was during my work in Operation Rescue that I first became interested in the Roman Catholic Church." In the spring of 2004, I published a book titled More Than These and subtitled A History of How the Pro-life Movement Has Advanced the Cause of the Roman Catholic Church. The book was not a call for evangelicals to turn a blind eye to unborn child killing; but rather, it was a call for reformation in that sort of ministry work and in every other ecumenical ministry work. And it was a call for an end of the evangelical cover-up of Rome's abominable doctrines. In More Than These, I wrote extensively about the influence of Randall Terry. In summing up my segment on Terry, I wrote this:

"Randall Terry began his career in pro-life ministry as an evangelical Christian. Several years ago, he joined the Charismatic Episcopal Church. I would not be the least bit surprised to see him eventually go all the way 'home to Rome,' based on his appreciation for the Vatican's unwavering stand against abortion. The Protestant, pro-life corrupter of so many Christians has himself been spiritually corrupted through and through because he has loved the unborn more than Christ. When thinking of Randall Terry, how can one not think of 1 Corinthians 10:12: 'Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall'?"
More Than These, page 95

Pastor Ralph Ovadal

National Catholic Register
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INPERSON INTERVIEW: From Operation Rescue to Operation Convert


This web site contains references to Wisconsin Christians United (WCU). That ministry, which was founded by Ralph Ovadal in 1993, has been included as a ministry of Pilgrims Covenant Church since April 1, 2005. 

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