Bubba Garrett has been regularly engaging college students in conversations about abortion since 2002. He has logged thousands of hours of outreach on over 50 university campuses. He began doing full-time pro-life work in 2001, started volunteering with JFA in 2002, and has served as a dialogue specialist with JFA since 2006. Bubba excels as a member of JFA’s dialogue team, eager to reach out to students who need Christ and the truth about human value. He also brings a servant’s heart and a hearty work ethic to thankless tasks, such as hauling sand bags and carrying aluminum pipe, and he is especially gifted as an ambassador from JFA to other pro-life organizations, eager to help when they are short on staff or volunteers. In all of this, he serves the Lord Jesus Christ as if his life depended on it. He was a captain in the United States Marine Corps, serving from 1974-1980, a manager in the corporate world, and was the Executive Director of a Christian mission in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. He holds B.A. degrees in Biology and History from Huntingdon College as well as a B.S. in Health, Recreation, and Sports from the University of West Florida. Bubba is a father of three biological children and during three years of service at a children's home, he and his wife cared for six additional children with whom they still keep in touch. He especially enjoys being a granddad and reminding people of how wonderful his wife is for being so patient with him throughout "43 glorious years" of marriage. In his free time, you might find Bubba reading and biking all over his home state of Alabama, but not at the same time.