Grace Fontenot

Grace Fontenot interacts with a student at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas, in September 2016. 

Grace Fontenot is a passionate advocate for people, and especially for women and children who are forgotten.  She envisions a world in which every woman is valued, treated equally to men, and protected from assault, and in which unborn children are loved and protected from abortion.  Grace serves as a full-time trainer and speaker for Justice For All.  During her work with JFA since 2016, she's spent over a hundred hours in dialogue with pro-choice advocates.  In every presentation, Grace shares moving stories from actual conversations as well as practical tips audience members can put into practice immediately in their own conversations.   

Grace's work was featured in JFA's November 2016 Impact Report, "Small Decisions and Big Results," and JFA's April 2017 Impact Report, "Bryan:  A New Advocate in Forty-Five Minutes." 

When she's not engaged in conversations on college campuses or mentoring pro-life advocates in the skills of dialogue, Grace can be found serving up a mean bowl of Cajun gumbo and swing-dancing (not usually at the same time).  She enjoys spontaneous road trips, live music, tea, and reading books (usually about theology, or how not to kill plants).

To support Grace's work with JFA, send in this pledge form with a gift, or give a gift using the links to credit card giving, automatic giving, and mailing in a gift located at JFA's Donate page (designate your gift to support Grace Fontenot's work with JFA).

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“Grace was a fantastic leader! She pushed us and grew us through that, while creating an environment that was safe-and okay to mess up in.”
— Olivia, 2017 JFA seminar participant