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What hidden talents do you possess to help spread the pro-life message?

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Movies are my love language. I adore cinematic treatments of all manner of stories on the big screen.

So I have been delighted by the popularity of films such as “Gosnell” and “Unplanned,” which both manage to tell compelling stories while also promoting the inherent value and dignity of human life. The talented filmmakers behind these movies used their incredible gifts to illustrate eye-opening truths about the abortion industry and its damaging effects on those who work within it.

You may not have the skill of a movie director or the eloquence of a screenwriter. Still, you can use the talents you do possess to promote the pro-life cause!

I know of a woman who specializes in crocheting caps for newborn babies. This labor of love recognizes the priceless gift of a child, while also affirming the motherhood of first-time mommies. How many lives have been touched by this craftswoman’s breathtaking handiwork?

I also know a computer expert who used her talent for coding to create eye-catching websites for National Right to Life chapters. She has discovered her special niche in the pro-life world.

At the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, the Keystone State affiliate of National Right to Life, we hear regularly from musicians, songwriters, poets, painters, and other artists who are more than willing to donate their time and talent to help save the lives of the innocent. The full effect of their impact—the number of lives saved—may never be known, but surely they are making a life-affirming difference in a society too often dominated by the culture of death.

An Emmy-award winning videographer once heard our Executive Director being interviewed on a local radio station. The photographer was just passing through town, surveying the radio landscape, when he heard about the Federation’s mission to restore legal protection for preborn children.

He called our office, willing to donate his substantial talents toward making a video celebrating the cause of life. He ended up producing two award-worthy videos which brought audiences to tears—and to the realization they themselves had more to give the pro-life movement.

How about you? Are there some additional hidden talents you case use to help spread the pro-life message? You may not win an Oscar or an Emmy, but you just might save a life!

Consider the power of storytelling. While not everyone may have the skills of a Hollywood director or screenwriter, we all have unique stories and experiences that can be shared to illuminate the beauty and sanctity of life. Whether through personal anecdotes, testimonials, or creative narratives, storytelling has the ability to touch hearts, challenge perspectives, and inspire action. By sharing our own journeys and insights, we can contribute to a culture that values and protects every human life, from conception to natural death.

Furthermore, the arts provide a powerful platform for expressing the pro-life message in diverse and impactful ways. From visual arts like painting and sculpture to performing arts such as music, dance, and theater, artists have the ability to evoke emotion, provoke thought, and communicate universal truths about the value of life. Whether through a stirring melody, a thought-provoking painting, or a poignant dance performance, artists can create profound connections with audiences and spark meaningful conversations about the dignity and worth of every individual.

Moreover, technology offers endless possibilities for leveraging hidden talents in service of the pro-life cause. From graphic design and digital media production to website development and social media management, individuals with technological skills can use their expertise to create engaging content, raise awareness, and mobilize support for pro-life initiatives. Through innovative online campaigns, multimedia presentations, and interactive platforms, tech-savvy advocates can reach audiences far and wide, amplifying the pro-life message and fostering meaningful engagement in the digital age.

Additionally, there are countless opportunities for advocacy and activism within communities and organizations dedicated to promoting the sanctity of life. Whether volunteering at pregnancy resource centers, participating in pro-life rallies and events, or engaging in grassroots advocacy efforts, individuals can lend their time, talents, and voices to advancing pro-life causes at the local, national, and international levels. By actively participating in advocacy efforts, individuals can make a tangible impact on policies, practices, and attitudes surrounding abortion and other life-related issues.

In conclusion, each of us possesses unique talents, passions, and abilities that can be harnessed to spread the pro-life message and make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. Whether through storytelling, the arts, technology, advocacy, or other avenues of engagement, there are endless opportunities to contribute to a culture that respects, protects, and celebrates the inherent dignity and worth of every human life. By embracing our hidden talents and using them to champion the cause of life, we can create a brighter and more compassionate future for generations to come.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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