Ryan Bomberger has a rather unique perspective on the nature of Purpose. Adopted into a large multi-racial family of 15, he grew up in a Christian home that exuded compassion. Today he’s an adoptee and adoptive father. As an Emmy® Award-winning creative professional he is passionate about igniting, in people’s hearts and minds, an awareness and a love of the intrinsic value we all possess. Ryan and his wife, Bethany, created The Radiance Foundation in 2009 as a life-affirming educational organization. Through creative ad campaigns, powerful live multimedia presentations and compassionate community outreach, Radiance illuminates the God-given Purpose within each of us. Praised by leaders across the country, Radiance’s original and thought-provoking work has generated massive media coverage from the NY Times, USA Today, ABC WorldNews, NPR, AP, MSNBC, LA Times, CNN, JET, Charisma, and from many in the blogosphere. His www.TooManyAborted.com pro-life/pro-adoption campaigns have caused The Radiance Foundation, unsurprisingly, to be denounced by the ACLU, the NAACP and Planned Parenthood.
No matter the opposition, Ryan loves defending and celebrating beautiful Possibility.
I never realized how much mainstream media had an affinity with martial arts. Over the past week, weve seen some of the most ferocious journalistic jujutsu in my lifetime.
On, July 9th, 1868 a monumental shift happened in the legal landscape. Slavery had just been abolished by the 13th Amendment as an institution three years prior, and now black people were finally being recognized as humans and citizens by the law.
Fresh off a stinging courtroom defeat, the national NAACP leadership reveals how little it considers its legacy. They sued an actual black (biracial) man for harming its reputation for accurately calling them out on their radical support for abortion. But a white woman pretending to be black, who generated hate and bitterness over false hate crimes reports, who stole a full scholarship meant for an actual black American, who pretended to be a mother, who pretended to have a black father, who lied about nearly everything about herself was worth an immediate defense by the NAACP.
Unlimited access to the Internet and 24-hour news cycles would give one the impression that extensive information is being conveyed to the public regarding the crucial issues of our day.
There's nothing quite like learning about the fate of your hard-fought advocacy work through a tweet. I was spending time with my wife and children, doing our devotions, enjoying a nice big breakfast, and not worrying about the world around us for those precious morning hours last week.
Its as common as the common cold. Hollywood and the news media tout their indignation of the day: religious liberty, 2nd Amendment rights, marriage equality, food deserts, reality star drama, abortion stigma, and the list goes on.
Im a designer. I love the shiny silver products created by Apple. But when those products become philosophical pontifications in Op-Eds and news media campaigns of misinformation, I want to dump my Apple tech in the trash can where Tim Cooks dangerous religious freedom propaganda belongs.
Most of human-made creation, including so-called "civil rights" organizations, slowly disintegrates. Human brilliance and innovation, without intentional intervention, inevitably decays.
New York City is brimming over with lots of debate and interesting rhetoric at the United Nations. Its the 59th session on the Commission on the Status of Women and, strangely, a lot of the conversation has less to do about women and more to do about LGBT activism and the right to kill other humans (aka abortion).
Hollywood lives in a pretend world on a daily basis. So, its no surprise on Oscar night, the imaginary is passed off as reality.
We are not equal. I know this sounds radical in a society that feigns belief in equality, but our lives show this reality every day.
Anna Duggar has done it now. Online "entertainment" news sites are up in arms that a woman would actually express hergaspopinion via Twitter!
Planned Parenthood is commemorating 99 years of killing by celebrating Black History Month. Black American history is a journey of a people who did everything possible to escape an institution of violence, discrimination and death.
Please stop abusing civil rights history to justify your present-day killing fields.
Its that time of year for us to realize how far societies tend to veer from the true essence of things.
Equality is a concept that is thrown about all the time. Ensuring it has become a religion with the devout willing to do anything to force it upon everyone.
We live in a hashtag world. Its much easier to deal with a few emotionally charged words than the fact that those words misrepresent reality.
Injustice happens every day. But do we even recognize what injustice actually is?
Time magazine shows that some things never change with time. The liberal publications relentless defense of abortion, no matter the lie, remains unchanged. Writer Katha Pollitt, author of Reclaiming Abortion Rights, is on a mission to destigmatize abortion. She wants to recast the act of killing human life via abortion as a moral right and social good.
History has a way of illuminating basic truths. To a certain degree, we can look at documented events and understand how weve arrived at our present.