Human Rights

13-episode pro-life TV program could soon air nationally

Those engaged in the battle for life are well familiar with the Life Training Institute’s Scott Klusendorf. He’s debated everyone from the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s first medical director Dr. Malcolm Potts to Kathryn Kolbert, a pro-abortion attorney who argued against preborn rights before the United States Supreme Court and has been “credited” with saving Roe v. Wade.

Now, Klusendorf has taken on a new project that may bring him and the pro-life message into millions of homes across the United States.

He’s partnered with Wretched TV (Burning Bush Communications) to host a new 13-episode pro-life series called “Life is Best” that aims to put abortion facilities across the country out of business by changing minds and giving people of faith solid responses to pro-abortion arguments.

According to the “Life Is Best” website, the series will feature :

• Stories of people who were supposed to be aborted but lived to tell about it;
• Stories from women who had abortions but found healing;
• Debates with pro-abortion advocates;
• The exposure of the business of abortion.

“Life Is Best” is currently in production and is being funded through crowdfunding efforts, which have already yielded almost 85 percent of the fundraising target.

Pro-life supporters are also spreading the message through social media, changing their profile pictures to the one below and using the hashtag: #equalityfortheunborn.

Thus far, the National Religious Broadcasters Network, which reaches potentially 45 million households, has tentatively agreed to air the program, which would mark the first time a series like this has ever been broadcast nationally. Hopefully, other stations and networks will follow suit and give equal airtime to the rights of the preborn.

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