JFA staff members have been frequent guests on Life Report with Josh Brahm, Liz Goddard, and Gabi Vehrs.  Some of the staff listed below have now moved on to other organizations or pursuits.  Tim Brahm is at Equal Rights Institute and Trent Horn is at Catholic Answers.

Steve Wagner from Justice For All joins Josh Brahm and Gabi Vehrs for a two-episode discussion about common terms and labels used in the abortion debate. In this episode they focus on the labels that both sides of the debate call each other: pro-choice, pro-abortion. pro-abort. pro-abortion-choice. pro-life. anti-abortion. anti-choice.

Steve Wagner from Justice For All joins Josh Brahm and Gabi Vehrs for a two-episode discussion about common terms and labels used in the abortion debate. In this episode they focus on the labels that both sides of the debate call the entity killed in an abortion: unborn, preborn, zygote, embryo, fetus, fetal human, baby and child.

Special guests Steve Wagner and Becca Haschke from Justice For All join Josh for a discussion on how pro-lifers can best interact with post-abortive people. We don't want to make them feel unnecessarily guilty, but we also don't want to overcompensate and act as if abortion is no big deal.

Special guests Steve Wagner and Becca Haschke from Justice For All join Josh for a discussion on how to respond to "impossible" pro-choice people. We're responding to this article: http://abortiongang.org/2010/11/a-5-step-program-for-making-me-anti-abortion/

Trent Horn from Justice For All is in studio the next two episodes to discuss the ultimate pro-choice argument: bodily rights. Trent has spent the last year creating new ways for pro-lifers to understand and approach this argument. In today's episode, Trent helps us understand the two types of bodily rights arguments, and refutes the first and most common version.

Trent Horn from Justice For All is in studio to conclude our discussion about the ultimate pro-choice argument: bodily rights. In this episode, Trent refutes the "right to refuse" argument, and then exposes several poor arguments pro-lifers sometimes make attempting to refute "right to refuse."

Trent Horn from Justice For All join us to answer the question, "are the unborn organisms?" Trent answers the questions: - What differentiates a living human embryo from other living human tissue like cancer cells? - How do you respond when someone says "an organism must be a separate, independent entity?"

Josh, Tim and Gabi discuss what it actually means to be open-minded, (it does NOT mean being wishy-washy,) and whether pro-life people should be open-minded too. 5:10 How does the close-mindedness of pro-lifers impact dialogues with pro-choice people? 6:31 Christians sometimes discourage others from asking questions. 9:22 What does open-mindedness mean?

During a recent episode of Life Report, Liz and Andrew became concerned by Josh's statement that he has "pro-choice friends." Steve Wagner joins the show via Skype to talk about whether pro-life people should have pro-choice friends. What about people that say they're "pro-life" but in action are effectively pro-choice?

Special guests Steve Wagner and Becca Haschke from Justice For All join Josh for a discussion on how pro-lifers can best interact with post-abortive people. We don't want to make them feel unnecessarily guilty, but we also don't want to overcompensate and act as if abortion is no big deal.