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Life Issues® Institute

The goal of Life Issues® radio is to keep the listener informed to those issues that threaten the value of human life--whether medical, political, cultural, or personal.

Brad Mattes, co-founder and president of Life Issues® Institute is eminently qualified as the commentator for his daily program, "Life Issues", providing education and advocacy in efforts for the protection of human life.

Brad utilizes "Life Issues®" radio as an effective tool to save lives and increase knowledge of the sanctity of life.

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Brad Mattes

A veteran of the pro-life cause . . . With over 40 years of significant contribution and recognition ...

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Life Issues® Take-Away

  • Mon, Aug 8, 2016

 

One of the frequent questions we ask at Ambassador is, "What's the take-away?"

We know the inherent value of listeners hearing a message on the radio and walking away from it with answers to questions like:

- Why is that important?

- How does that affect me?

- Now what?

In "Life issues" programming, Brad Mattes provides listeners with valuable take-away - here are three examples from recent programs:

Ben Watson on Planned Parenthood

"Professional athletes make a huge impact on young people.  In the case of Baltimore Ravens tight end, Ben Watson, he's making the right impact.  Ben's already known ...

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Don't Be Silent

  • Mon, Jun 20, 2016

It's said that communication is key. 

As a mom of a teenager about to start high school, I couldn't agree more.

My soon-to-be freshman is taking summer school surveys which often communicate worldview messages. 

Recently, she told me about a survey in her health class which equated abortion to adoption as an option to an unplanned pregnancy.

In a recent "Life Issues®" commentary, Brad Mattes shares the story about a college student taking a photography class.  Her professor told her to showcase something she was passionate about-and since she's passionate against abortion, the student told him she ...

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The Worst and Best of Times

  • Mon, May 9, 2016

One of my favorite literary quotes is from a book published nearly 200 years ago, Charles Dicken's "A Tale of Two Cities."  It's the well-known introduction, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times . . . it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair...   "

In many ways, Dicken's description of the contrasts and comparisons between London and Paris during the French Revolution is as applicable today as it was in the late 1700s  . . . there are major conflicts between good ...

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