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 Jason Taylor, LifeSiteNews

April 17, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Would you like to know how LifeSite co-founder John-Henry Westen became involved in the pro-life movement? This video may surprise you. 

This new video, produced by LifeSiteNews, tells the story of Westen’s “road to Damascus” moment that led him to rediscover his faith and embrace the truth of life and family.  

The piece, which is aimed at anyone who is upset with the current troubling times facing the world today, calls on readers to step off the sidelines and join LifeSite on the Frontlines of the battle for Life, Family, Faith, and Truth.  

Highlighting the battle that rages against life and family by pro-abortion politicians, LGBT activists, the threat to parental rights, Westen states:  

“These are all just symptoms of a gravely diseased culture. Darkness in our culture masquerades as freedom and rights, but LifeSite exposes darkness for what it truly is. LifeSite points instead to Christ and His Truth as the means for achieving true freedom and overcoming the slavery of captivity to evil. This is why our team of dedicated reporters at LifeSite do what we do….” 

Westen then urges readers to help in LifeSite’s effort to “free those trapped in the culture of slavery and death” by joining their growing army of sustaining supporters.  

Thanks to the generosity of a family close to LifeSite, everyone who becomes a monthly donor to the mission in 2020 will have their monthly gift matched for the entire year up to $120,000.  

If you’d like more information on how you can have an impact in bringing truth to the world through the pro-life and pro-family news reporting of LifeSiteNews, visit for more information.   


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