This is a great summer opportunity for anyone interested in learning how to share the pro-life message with clarity, confidence and compassion. You’ll receive comprehensive pro-life training and gain hands-on experience in changing hearts and minds on abortion with experienced pro-life activists!
Are you a high-school student interested in learning how to defend the pro-life position effectively to your peers during March Break? If yes, then don’t miss this life-saving, life-changing opportunity!
Pro-Life training from wherever you are.
Have you gotten stuck in a conversation on abortion? Would you like to learn how to respond to difficult pro-abortion arguments? Book a Dialogue Training Presentation with us today!
Expand your knowledge and deepen your understanding of abortion and assisted suicide while meeting other pro-life students and leaders!
Our seminars are held in collaboration with post-secondary student pro-life groups. Please visit our Student page for more information about how to attend our Seminars.
Learn more about science and human rights from a pro-life perspective.
A series of lessons from the Canadian Centre for Bio-ethical Reform (CCBR) equipping you to effectively communicate the pro-life message using science and human rights.
Showcasing the latest science, the Endowment for Human Development provides free access to timelines and images of prenatal development.
Our favourite titles
STUCK: A Complete Guide to AnsweringTough Questions About Abortion
by Justina Van Manen
This is a comprehensive book on pro-life apologetics. Learn the effective pro-life response to pro-choice arguments! The book includes testimonies from many activists who have learned and tried the dialogue tools explained in the book.
by Jonathon Van Maren
Inspired by successful social reform movements of the past, discover the strategy that effectively changes minds, is feared by many pro-abortion activists, and transformed the hearts of abortion industry workers.
by Blaise Alleyne and Jonathon Van Maren
Learn how you can directly respond to the pro-assisted suicide’s argument, “My life, my choice” in making the case against assisted suicide, and in helping our culture realize that our duty to the suicidal is to always prevent their suicide, never assist.
by Jonathon Van Maren
The Culture War was written so that Christians can understand how we came to this cultural moment, and what we can do now that we are here.