Caption: Pastor and professor Sam Owusu gives a passionate keynote speech at an annual Canadian Association of Pregnancy Support Services conference April 15.
Crisis pregnancy centres are in the business of saving futures, according to Surrey pastor Sam Owusu.
"This is not just about saving babies.
This is about saving destinies," Owusu
passionately told nearly 200 pregnancy centre employees and volunteers at the Coast Plaza Hotel April 15.
"The whole idea of 'right to choose' is nonsense.
It's a 'right to kill,' not a 'right to choose.' It's about killing the destiny of these babies," he
Owusu, the senior pastor of Calvary Worship Centre, was one of several speakers at the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Pregnancy Support Services.
, founded in Alberta, hosts a conference in a different city each year, alternating between east and west.
The faith-based organization backs 70 affiliated centres across the country.
"If God gives you the vision, He
will make the provision," Owusu
"When you have a vision, it's more important than money, because Jesus said He
would take care of the rest."
The pastor considered the efforts of crisis pregnancy centres to be a spiritual struggle against the devil.
"What you are fighting is an old battle" with "new faces and new names," Owusu
said, noting the mass slaughters of infants ordered by Pharaoh and Herod.