• How do we handle political loss?

    November 15, 2019 by Daniel Heffington

    Though not a given, it’s fairly easy to be a good winner in politics. You celebrate the victory, say some respectful words about your opponent, and get down to the task of governing. It’s a great feeling because you see a clear link between your hard work and the outcome you wanted. Read more

  • Unplanned Movie Review

    March 27, 2019 by User Not Found

    In the film Unplanned, Abby Johnson tells the unlikely story of her transformation from a Planned Parenthood clinic director to a pro-life advocate. But unlike much of the rhetoric we hear today, Unplanned doesn’t simply restate the abortion debate, it refocuses it on what truly matters: people. Read more

  • The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act: I Object to My Own Request

    February 1, 2019 by Glenn Bertsch

    Pro-Life Senator and homeschool dad Ben Sasse, like many of us, was shocked by statements by Virginia Governor that defended his comments that describe what might be called "post-birth abortion" or more bluntly: infanticide. So like many of us, Senator Sasse, was angry. But as a Senator he decided to use his public office do something about it. He decided to use some special Senate rules and propose the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. But why, then, would he object to his own motion? Read more

  • The State of Abortion in the United States and What We Can Do About It

    January 24, 2019 by User Not Found

    The state of New York joined a VERY small minority of communities that allow abortion that late. Although the United States already is just one of 7 countries worldwide that permit access to an elective abortion after 5 months of gestation, no state has laws that allow abortion as late as NY. Right now we as a nation are in company with China, Vietnam, and North Korea. So, what do we do about it? I don't know about you, but I am devoted to the cause of saving as many unborn children as possible. So I've put a lot of thought into solutions for the problems we have today. Read more

  • Congress and the Power of the Purse: Understanding the Difference Between the Budget and an Omnibus Bill

    March 27, 2018 by User Not Found

    Congress passed and the president signed a large “omnibus” spending bill, but there's a lot of misinformation as to what that actually means. Read more

  • The Parable of the Talents Show

    September 7, 2017 by User Not Found

    Guest blog from a Florida club who wanted to make a difference in their community and found a way to raise over $1,000 for a pro-life pregnancy resource center! Read more

  • Change and Hope

    February 21, 2017 by User Not Found

    What happened to us that we feel justified in vehement rhetoric that demonizes and ostracizes people on the other side? Read more


    February 8, 2017 by User Not Found

    A couple weeks ago, I attended the March for Life. I was asked to join the speakers on stage. And as I spoke with the leaders and activists backstage, and watched Mike Pence speak to the thousands and thousands of people who attended, it struck me that as amazing as it was to be invited to that stage, it was truly a miracle that came from a tragedy. Read more

  • “A Candle in the Dark”

    December 15, 2016 by User Not Found

    The light of the angels remembered because it went against the status quo. It would seem that like a candle, a Savior always shines brightest in the dark. Read more

  • Reflections on America and Veterans Day

    November 11, 2016 by User Not Found

    There is a part of America that still hold true to those values of protecting the innocent, honoring the brave, standing in opposition to tyrants, defending liberty, and holding firm to their belief in God. My prayer is that we make sure that those values are consistently passed on to the next generation and that we take time to do so this Veterans Day. Read more