Two more babies saved, a western speaking tour, and our annual Florida GAP trip preparations are all featured in this first newsletter of the new year, along with some information about what our legal team is up to.
With the fall semester in full swing, activism efforts to reach students at high schools, colleges, and universities continue to bear fruits of changed hearts and minds. We are also excited to introduce our new door-knocking project!
It's July and our internships are in full swing! CCBR is growing and our reach is expanding as our team spreads out across the country. Learn about our progress and meet some very special new team members!
Our March newsletter celebrates baby Ava's birth, and shares stories from another successful trip to Florida to do outreach on universities, including more babies saved from abortion there! Read all about it here, and also learn about one of the unique challenges CCBR is currently facing.
This Christmas season we look back at everything that has been accomplished in 2015. We're grateful for your contributions to help make this happen, and excited to share new testimonies and polling data with you!
With our #No2Trudeau campaign wrapped up, we take a look at some of the results. Plus, learn more about our partnership with We Need a Law on their current cross-country lifeTOUR, and what you can do to make a difference in light of the upcoming election.
This month, read about the instrumental role that you, as our dedicated supporters, play within the pro-life movement. Please see the attachment for an update from our Fundraising Director, Yvonne Boon.
From the doctor's office to #No2Trudeau to public presentations, showing the truth about abortion continues to change people's minds. In this newsletter we also introduce you to our High School interns who have joined us for the summer.
CCBR's staff continues to change and grow. Meet our entire team, learn about CCBR's successful "Face the Children" campaign in New Brunswick, and read about more changed minds and a baby saved from abortion!
As you read our newsletter you will be introduced to our newest member of staff. Emil Booyink has joined our team as our Reproductive "Choice" Campaign (RCC) Director. This means we have 11 staff and interns working full-time to save babies. Also in our newsletter, read the countless testimonies from "Choice" Chain across Canada.
We are igniting a storm! Two recent articles by our Communications Director Jonathon Van Maren have been rapidly spreading CCBR's message across the internet. Presentations are taking place across the country. "Choice" Chain at high schools is also once again in full swing. Read the results. This issue features the story of one young man who argued against us last spring but is now arguing for the pro-life cause.
As you'll read in our summer digest, much has been accomplished in the last ten years. However, this is just the beginning. We're here to work ourselves to extinction. It is this month that we unveil our long-term plan: EndtheKilling. Meet the entire - and growing - team who will EndtheKilling in this country. Also included are amazing stories of two babies saved as a result of seeing graphic images!
Read about the first full month of our summer internship. Highlights include Jojo speaking to over 3,000 people, recent local and national media exposure, as well as our foray into doing "Choice" Chain outside high schools. Finally, you'll be introduced to our summer interns, and two sets of staff getting married this year!
This month's message is about hope. Despite occasional moments of discouragement, find out how the present and future at CCBR are looking bright with new staff and interns. Plus read feedback from recent encounters at schools and on-line. This month's newsletter includes a commentary in response to a principal who didn't like graphic images at his school.
After two weeks of GAP in Florida, CCBR takes Canada by storm with "Choice" Chain, debates and presentations all over the country. Read the positive results being yielded from these encounters, including the saved baby and the med-student who has decided she should not get involved in abortions as a physician.
News of another baby saved whose mother saw graphic images this past summer! Also included are fruits from Stephanie's recent debate with a late-term abortionist and team introductions of the Florida mission trip next month.
An exciting summary of the many things we accomplished in the past 2 months in 5 countries! Testimonies of lives positively impacted as far away as Latvia and as close as UBC. Plus, news of how we're training the next generation of clergy and physicians.
A synopsis of the week since the arrest of five courageous students at Carleton University, powerful testimonies from the NET training camp and an impactful three weeks for Francisco in South Africa. Additionally, evidence of a changed mind after a debate in Ottawa!
A review of the incredible accomplishments our team of 13 achieved this summer, thanks to the help of 7 summer interns. Plus, news of a baby saved from abortion and exciting plans for this fall, including CCBR presentations in Latvia and South Africa!
The rational philosophical argument for why abortion is morally wrong and how it equips our audiences to engage others in the abortion debate, as well as a brief summary of our upcoming speaking events.
An introduction to the thirty-nine volunteers who helped us successfully display GAP on four university campuses in Florida. Several of these volunteers are promising candidates for our new summer internship program!
Testimonies of changed minds as a result of CCBR presentations at schools, including a public school and a grade 7 class! Plus, introducing two GAP missionaries who will be joining CCBR and a team of internationals as we display GAP in Florida next month.
News about 2 baby girls saved from abortion, an incredible summary of the activities accomplished this past year, and feedback from recent events including an abortion debate at UVIC. Plus, an update about the pro-life students at U of C who were charged with trespass.