40 Days for Life Founder Talks About the State of the Pro-Life Movement

Opinion   Josh Brahm   Jun 4, 2013   |   10:37AM    Washington, DC

After summarizing Abby Johnson’s story, I ask 40 Days for Life co-founder Shawn Carney about his ministry as well as the state of the pro-life movement.

Questions:

  1. How do you think 40 Days for Life has changed the pro-life movement?
  2. Knowing what you know now, what would you have done differently when starting 40 Days for Life?
  3. Do people often go from participating in 40 Days for Life to doing other pro-life activities? What are you doing to encourage that?
  4. What do you think are the best methods for a local 40 Days for Life campaign?
  5. What could RLCC do better to persuade people to participate in sidewalk counseling?
  6. What has been the pro-life movements greatest victory so far?
  7. What has been the pro-life movements greatest weakness?
  8. What single thing should pro-lifers be doing that most are not doing right now?
  9. How should pro-life people interact with those that are pro-abortion-choice?

Related Link:

  • Listen to our interview with 40 Days for Life co-founder David Bereit.
  • We’ve asked over a dozen pro-life leaders those last four questions before. Click here to check out their answers.