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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 Executive Director 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.

Speakers

Brad Mattes

A veteran of the pro-life cause . . . With over 36 years of significant contribution and recognition ...

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Arnold Culbreath

Rev. Arnold Culbreath is the Urban Outreach Director of Life Issues® Institute, Inc., headquartered in ...

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News & Press Releases

The Value of Every Life

  • Mon, Dec 8, 2014

I traveled nearly 2,000 miles home this weekend - from Atlanta to California.  Two airports, two sets of airline attendants and two sets of airline passengers and every time I interacted with someone, I made an effort to wish them a Merry Christmas.

Not "happy holidays," but "Merry Christmas." It's just a greeting, but the underlying significance is great - it's about keeping the "Christ" in Christmas.  It's about one important life given to change the lives of others for eternity.

On January 18th, Sanctity of Life Sunday, pro-life communities across the country join to underscore the ...

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Final Days

  • Mon, Nov 3, 2014

I read the Twitter updates last night about Brittany Maynard and Lauren Hill – both women diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer.

Both life stories highlighted in the media on the same day . . . one choosing to take her last breath and one fulfilling her dream of playing in her first college basketball game.

"Same disease but two very different women. Lauren Hill will be remembered as a courageous and persevering role model for generations of young women. Sadly, Brittany Maynard will only be remembered as a suicide advocate. Lauren is squeezing out of her ...

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October is National Down Syndrome Month

  • Mon, Oct 6, 2014

Every Sunday after the church service, Jim and I hug and talk about his week.  His weeks don't vary much.  He has school, work  and "fun time."  However, what did vary this week was his response.  When I hugged him goodbye and told him to have a great week, instead of the usual "Okeydokey," Jim's reply was "I've got this."

And you know what?  I know he does.

Jim may have Down syndrome and as a result, face some unique challenges, but through the 20 + years I've known him and watched him grow up with my ...

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