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(LifeSiteNews) — In this ever-changing world of conflicting stories and perspectives, social media stands as a tool capable of helping or hindering with its endless expanse of information, quick access to recent news from friends and family, and the latest from celebrities and other influencers.

This information, available at any time, is potentially addictive and, depending on the content being viewed, dangerous. Members of Gen Z find social media to be the best source for news and thus use it for that purpose.

To evangelize and educate Gen Z, LifeSite joined forced with online pro-life advocate Christina Rossini.


“It’s been my calling to team up with LifeSite and engage the Gen Z audience, winning them for our culture of life,” Christina says.

In a new episode of the John-Henry Westen Show, Christina explains how she utilizes social media to share both pro-life and pro-family messages on platforms including Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.

Watch John-Henry Westen and Christina Rossini talk about the safest ways to navigate social media, and why Christina loves championing the culture of life online — along with:

  • Christina’s pro-life and pro-family upbringing
  • Her reasons for engaging in this fight head-on
  • Social media as both a help and hinderance to sharing our values

Christina wants to inspire “Zoomers” to take action in this spiritual war as the traditional Christian values of the United States are put on the chopping block. It’s clear that the culture war is coming down to Gen Z, a generation profoundly dependent on cell phones for quick escapes from reality, but reality cannot be ignored any longer.

There’s a growing need for more Gen Z voices like Christina’s calling out evil where it stands, especially after the midterm elections. LifeSite is consistently active in promoting traditional Christian views to its audience, including members of Gen Z, in our articles and on social media.

Don’t miss Christina as she shares her journey on the John-Henry Westen Show today, November 16 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PST.


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