Bethany Bomberger’s New Book “Pro-Life Kids!” Encourages Children to ‘Speak Up for Life’ and Refute ‘Lies’ of Abortion

Parents who want to instill a pro-life worldview in their children now have an illustrated children’s book they can use to encourage their kids to “speak up for life” and refute the “lies” of abortion. 

Bethany Bomberger, an adoptive homeschool mother, has released a new 52-page children’s book, titled Pro-Life Kids! illustrated by Ed Kohler. The book is endorsed by leading pro-life activists such as evangelist Alveda King and Unplanned author Abby Johnson.

Bomberger, who taught in both public and private schools for 13 years, is the wife of pro-life activist Ryan Bomberger, who himself was conceived in rape and later adopted.

Together, they founded the Radiance Foundation, a nonprofit that seeks to “educate audiences about pressing societal issues and how they impact the understanding of God-given purpose.” The organization produces research materials that highlight facts about abortion.

“A lot of my heart and passion is empowering children to be leaders at a very young age and know what they believe,” Bethany Bomberger told The Christian Post in an interview.

“Part of my motivation for writing this book, in particular, was that I’ve had so many conversations with adults across the nation and globe who may feel that they have a pro-life worldview, yet they are not sure how to articulate a pro-life worldview age-appropriately to their kids.”

Bomberger said her goal is for the book to be a “tool” to help adults “articulate the very difficult, very important human life issue of our day: abortion.”

The book’s target age is kindergarten through sixth grade, she said.

“As a Christian, I believe that God is pro-life,” Bomberger stressed. “He sees His creation and humanity, and His heart is that we would fulfill our purposes in Him. And I really believe that was my motivation for being a teacher, for being a mentor over the years, is really stepping in and saying every life is valuable, regardless of your upbringing, your socioeconomic level.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Samuel Smith