First-hand accounts from JFA mentors and volunteers...
The Student Becomes the Trainer
In his first conversation of the day, Keawe Bridges built a bridge for a pro-life student who didn't know how to defend the unborn. Then, in another conversation with his pro-life friends and a pro-choice student, he was able to build a bridge for all of them at one time. This JFA Impact Report for November 2015, written by Joanna Wagner, includes both of these stories along with numbers that illustrate JFA's overall impact in 2015.
Reflection on the Justice For All Boulder Outreach - 2003
"This experience wasn't a highlight of my week, or even semester, but something I will treasure and remember for the rest of my life." When Ashley found herself in a small group of strangers at a Justice For All outreach event at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2003, she found that the past she was ashamed of gave her a unique opportunity to share Christ's love with others and to experience Christ's love herself. Read about Ashley's amazing experience in her own words.
Can a Crowd Have a Conversation?
Navigating a one-on-one conversation about a controversial subject can be difficult. Now add nine more people with varying opinions. In JFA's September 2015 Conversations letter, JFA trainer Rebecca Haschke shares how a conversation with a crowd impacted a number of students at the University of Arizona.
Lightbulb in Los Angeles
In this Impact Report from 2015 CK describes specific decisions she made in the course of a conversation that helped a UCLA student, "Jenny," come to look at abortion differently.
Charity on the Metro
Our trainers tell this classic JFA story during presentations and seminars. In this Impact Report from 2015, you can also read the "story behind the story."
Miriam's Seminar Ends Up in the Abortion Clinic
A friend pulled Miriam out of bed one Saturday morning to take her to a pro-life training seminar JFA missionary Jon Wagner had arranged when he was a student at Azusa Pacific University. It was the first in a series of small steps that ultimately led to a big decision — right inside an abortion clinic. This Impact Report from 2013 has the story.
From Mum to Mom
This Impact Report from 2012 shares the story of two young parents we met in Colorado, "Gloria" and "Josh," as they were considering whether or not to continue parenting...and whether or not to tell anyone. Now, they are happy to share the story of their "William" with anyone who will listen.
Crippled by Fear? Rise and Do Feet Work.
In this Impact Report from 2014, three JFA volunteers share in their own words how participating in Justice For All's seminar and outreach events helped them to overcome their fears related to creating conversations about abortion.
The Formula for Saving a Life is SW+FW=RW
Trained by JFA as a high school senior, Conny then helped save a child's life. In this Impact Report from 2012, she tells her story.
Crash Course Training Helps Save a Life
Amanda made a beeline for our table, knelt down, and drew her line directly below the conception photo, signifying her view that human rights begin at that point. Later that day, she helped save a child from abortion. Read the whole story in this Impact Report from 2012.
The Power of One
Our team is comprised of more than just our full-time staff. We are frequently joined in the field by dedicated volunteers, some of whom have experiences and special gifts that help us in our work. Angela is one of these volunteers, and in this Impact Report from 2013 she shares her story.
JFA’s Three Essential Skills Are the Life of the Party
In this Impact Report from 2013, Kansas volunteer Anthony Trent shares in his own words the story of how he went from the fire of his second JFA training experience to the frying pan of a party of naysayers. He was ready to turn the debate into a dialogue.
Jordan Crosses the Jordan
First she participated in Seat Work and Feet Work, then Jordan took the next step of ministry that we call "Repeat Work" and talked to a total stranger in a coffee shop. This Impact Report from 2014 explains what motivated this bold move, and tells the story of what happened next.
JFA Mentors: Indispensable
How did Rebecca come to have the confidence to start her own conversation about abortion? JFA's intentional mentoring process. Rebecca's story, shared in this Impact Report from 2014, shows the steps JFA mentors take to help volunteers like Rebecca learn to start life-changing and life-saving conversations.
Mission Trips - Catalysts for Change
Many Christians have found that family mission trips can be an effective way to immerse themselves in a learning environment. It doesn't take a trip out of the country to accomplish this, though! The Boyes family traveled from OK to TX for a three-day Justice For All mission trip. Read their story in this Impact Report from 2012.
Taking Paul to Heart
The apostle Paul encouraged Timothy to pass on to faithful souls what Paul had taught him. Like Paul, we want to impart our knowledge and wisdom to other capable leaders. This Impact Report from 2013 illustrates how we are putting that principle into practice through the story of six summer interns.
Ready and Eager for the Next Conversation
Our hope at JFA is that the pro-life students with whom we interact will take the tools they've learned in our seminar with them into their everyday lives. This Impact Report from 2015, tells the stories of a few of these students who have become ready and eager to create conversations about abortion.
From Hurt to Healing
Read this story to see why Christina, with three abortions in her past, told staff member Tammy Cook just two days after seeing abortion images on the Justice For All Exhibit, “Thank you so much, Tammy. I feel like you’ve given me my life back."