Category: Jesus People for Animals
Three new PETA ads are asking people to go vegan this Easter season to help keep baby cows, sheep, and pigs with their mothers.
PETA sent letters to Catholic cardinals, asking them to encourage their flocks to celebrate a vegan Lent and “Good Vriday.”
PETA LAMBS is encouraging everyone to fight speciesism by valuing all animals for who they are as individuals, by choosing merciful vegan meals, and by making other lifesaving choices during Lent and beyond.
If the purpose of this season is to honor Christ’s sacrifice and to demonstrate the same compassion that He showed us, should we be eating fish during Lent?
Whether you’re a worship leader, a musician, a Sunday school teacher, or anyone else attending church Zoom meetings, PETA LAMBS has the perfect background for you.
PETA’s Christian outreach division is asking the director of the National Institutes of Health to let his faith guide whether to continue some of the cruelest and most pointless experiments.
You’ve never seen a “fish” fry like this! Good Friday kicked off with an animal-friendly bang, thanks to this restaurant’s fish-free fry with PETA’s Christian outreach division, LAMBS.
“When I made the movie Babe, I learned how smart and sensitive pigs are,” Cromwell says in a new PETA radio ad running in ‘Bible-minded’ cities this week.
As the U.S. prepares for the Pope’s “Love Is Our Mission” visit, Jesus People for Animals hopes that his—and everyone’s—mealtimes will be love-filled, too.
What better way to replace a message of exclusion than with one of acceptance and love?
PETA’s Christian Outreach division asks Curtis Culwell Center to place a banner that encourages nonviolence toward all creatures.
When 19 Kids and Counting star Derick Dillard recently posted a video of himself sledding into a cat, we sent him a letter reminding him that Jesus’ commandment to “do unto others” was meant for all God’s creatures.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind