The fight for the most marginalized among us remains 50 Years after the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We celebrate civil rights for every human life and are honored to join prolife groups across the country to ensure justice for all.
This is about the myth of the "unwanted" child. No one knows the beautiful possibility of Life: planned or unplanned. This is the story of The Radiance Foundation co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Ryan Bomberger.
Abortion is a tragedy no matter the race. And it destroys more black children (at rates up to 5 times higher) than children of any other race. This epidemic continues in our inner-cities because silence has been the response. No more.
41 Years after Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, over 56 million innocent human lives have been destroyed by abortion. Liberal feminism celebrates equality through violent enmity. Abortion is the human rights injustice of our time.
We hear overpopulation myths all the time that devalue our humanity. We are not problems to eliminate but lives to celebrate. Every human life is unique and irreplaceable.
The Lott family knows about the beauty of possibility. Their six children keep them busy, and adoption keeps them in awe of how God creates families bound by substance stronger than blood.
Whether population CONtrol, speech CONtrol, or thought CONtrol, there are well-funded sources out there that are trying to CONtrol your narrative. Truth is anathema to those whose propaganda pollutes our hearts and minds every day. Don't be CONtrolled.
This is where it all began for the Bomberger family. A little girl, temporarily orphaned, made a promise that would change her life forever. Andrea's heart for adoption was shared by her husband, Henry, as they committed to loving those who were supposedly "unwanted".
Over 600,000 gathered in DC at an historic March for Life to defend Life from conception until natural death. The following day, The Radiance Foundation discussed the "new normal" on MSNBC. A network that boasts how it leans forward got knocked back.