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Jess Ford

Jess Ford is a writer and preacher that desires to equip and inspire Christians to live the abundant life available to them through surrendering to the Holy Spirit. Jess is passionate about the pro-love movement and is the son of Embrace Grace President, Amy Ford. Jess’ testimony speaks to the value of life in the womb. Jess graduated from ORU in May of 2020 with a degree in theology, and moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas to get married to his wife, Audrey Ford.

Learn more about Jess through his website: www.jessford.org

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Are You Pro-Life or Anti-Abortion?

Are you pro-life or just anti-abortion? Our movement is about empowering women. It’s about reminding women of their beauty and value.

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Is the Bible Really Pro-Life?

According to the Bible, life is more than just potential, and it is valuable from the moment of conception.

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The Dangers of Being Idle in the Pro-Life Movement

“Actions speak louder than words.” There are dangers in being idle when being a part of the Pro-Life Movement.

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The Strength of Gentleness: How to Actually Influence People

I believe social media is indeed a good thing at its core, but these communication streams are lined with ugliness and hostility. This begs the question, in a world of constant blaring messages, how can we actually influence people without hurting them in the process?

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Being A Man In The Pro-Life Movement

As a Christian man in my early 20’s who is married to the woman of my dreams, I predict that I will never be in a position where I will have to make an abortion decision. Does this discredit my ability to determine if abortion is detrimental to society?

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A Son’s Letter To His Father Who Chose Life.

My dad is a man that is willing to leave the 99 for the 1. He is willing to fight for his family, even when it’s inconvenient.

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Happy Mother’s Day To My Mom Who Chose Life

Time is a funny thing. Sometimes it seems to run, and sometimes it seems to walk, but time is always a thread of moments. Sometimes moments feel meaningful, and sometimes moments feel mundane. I have recently taken time to reflect on my childhood in or …

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