In the third installment in our History of the Rescue Movement, Jonathon discusses the rise of Rescue with Lynn Mills, an activist famous for shutting down abortion clinics–and even Dr. Jack Kevorkian, better know as “Dr. Death.”
In the second installment in our History of the Rescue Movement, veteran pro-life activist Bill Calvin joins Jonathon to talk about the Rescue Movement from the late 1980s to its final days.
In the first installment in our History of the Rescue Movement series, Jonathon talks to Rev. Patrick Mahoney. Rev. Mahoney was one of the leaders of Operation Rescue, and shares stories and insights from behind the scenes and on the streets.
In a society where logic and reason are increasingly things of the past and most of our current debates centre around feelings, how do we convey essential truths to the culture around us? Christian apologist Jojo Ruba of Faith Beyond Belief joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how we can reach those around us on…Details
As the abortion industry increasingly kills children outside the womb as well as inside the womb, Jonathon looks at the rampant cases of infanticide here in Canada. Jill Stanek, a popular pro-life blogger, activist, and former nurse joins him to discuss her experience discovering babies that were born alive and left to die in the…Details
Josh Gilman is a former radio host and political staffer who recently decided to dedicate his life to launching Canada’s very first anti-porn organization, Strength to Fight. He joins Jonathon to talk about the need for anti-porn activism–and how Strength to Fight is stepping up.
Jonathon Van Maren discusses the #No2Trudeau Campaign from the road. In a year where no politician wants to discuss abortion, the biggest pro-life campaign in Canadian history is set to make abortion a major election issue.
In one sweeping, brutal decision, Canada’s Supreme Court has tossed out all laws restricting euthanasia and assisted suicide. Alex Schadenberg of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition joined Jonathon to talk about what it all means.
Dr. Clenora Hudson-Weems’ book Emmett Till: The Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement fundamentally changed the way we think about how the Civil Rights Movement began. She joined Jonathon to talk about her most recent book on the murder of Emmett Till and the Civil Rights Movement.
When the genocide began in Rwanda in 1994, most foreigners fled the country. Missionary Carl Wilkens was the only American who refused to leave the country, remaining in Rwanda for the entire duration of the genocide. He joined Jonathon to talk about what he saw.