Have you ever heard someone who supports abortion claim, “No one knows when life begins”? The funny thing is, these very individuals actually do claim to know when it begins. If they ban abortion at 3 months, then they are implicitly saying life…Continue Reading »
My earliest memory of Phil Arnsby is of his determination to get the pro-life message out to as many young people as possible. In 2006, he arranged a speaking tour for me in the London area, and he packed it so that I spoke to thousands of people…Continue Reading »
For as long as I can remember, when I met people who would ask, “How many siblings do you have?” my answer was always “one.” But I recently had an epiphany: That answer isn’t true.
I don’t have just one sibling; I have two. So why wasn’t my…Continue Reading »
The following are snippets of conversations from the Genocide Awareness Project’s international mission trip in Florida last month. These give glimpses of how ordinary people can reach out to wounded people in a twisted culture:
A man was…Continue Reading »
This week I’ll be making a return trip to speak at my alma mater, UBC. This upcoming engagement has brought to mind an encounter I had with a philosophy and pre-law student at that same campus just a few months ago.
The young woman was justifying…Continue Reading »
He was 47. The other man was 41. The latter man would go on to live for 53 more years, because of the former man who went on to live for only a couple more weeks.
Maximilian and Franciszek faced a brutal situation reflecting man’s inhumanity to…Continue Reading »
A woman who has betrayed the feminist movement—who supports treating one’s pre-born offspring as objects the way men once treated women—has ironically pointed the finger at another woman, blaming her for something she herself is guilty of. …Continue Reading »
Scottish bishop, The Right Reverend Joseph Devine, has recently set a great example of moral clarity and leadership by supporting the use of abortion images in order to publicly expose abortion advocates’ words. He said, “Such images should not…Continue Reading »
How far would you go to be at the bedside of a loved one who’s in critical condition—dying, really, from a brutal car accident? How far would you go—or could you go—if you yourself had an ear that was almost torn off, a nose that was almost…Continue Reading »
I’ll never forget her painful story:
She was at a party,
started to feel sick,
fell asleep on a couch,
and sometime later woke up to being raped.
Tragically this story told to me through tears by a college student is not isolated. I…Continue Reading »
Mark Twain once said, “Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.”
Those words aptly capture the spirit of Rwandan-genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza. The suffering she endured in one of the speediest…Continue Reading »