CBR Appoints Lincoln Brandenburg as Project Director for Georgia
The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR), Southeast Region Operations, is pleased to announce the appointment of Lincoln Brandenburg as our newest Project Director, responsible primarily for Georgia projects.
Lincoln is a graduate and former Student Ministries Director at the EI School of Biblical Training, a Bible and missions training school that emphasises personal discipleship and practical application of the Word of God into life and ministry.
Growing up in a Christian environment, Lincoln was always “pro-life,” but was only nominally involved. But when he attended a local March for Life on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade in 2011, he was deeply convicted about his own complacency towards the killing of his unborn neighbors. He sensed a calling to devote himself to pro-life work in response to God’s command to “love your neighbor.”
Since that time, he have been a leader in pro-life activities in Columbus, Georgia. He has coordinated 40 Days for Life campaigns, organized and participated in sidewalk counseling and prayer, given pro-life presentations to church congregations, and served as a regular guest host for a local radio program.
Lincoln told FAB
I am honored to join with the team at CBR because I believe in the effectiveness of what CBR is doing. Showing the pictures of what abortion actually does to it’s victims is essential to changing the minds of those who are pro-abortion, clarifying the issue for those on the fence, and galvanizing those who are pro-life.
Originally from Fayetteville, Georgia (just outside Atlanta), Lincoln has spent the last two years in Columbus, Georgia. Before joining CBR, he has been a a sales representative at Cricket Wireless and a manager at Chick-fil-A. He has now moved back to the Atlanta area to be more centrally located among the major universities in Georgia.
Welcome aboard, Lincoln!!!!
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