National Adoption Month — We’re Not Better Off Dead But LOVED

Pro-lifer Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation was conceived in rape. His birth mother chose to protect him rather than kill him, and a loving family adopted him when he was six weeks old.

We are not better off dead, Ryan said. We are better off loved.

November is National Adoption Month.

In an interview with Lila Rose of Live Action News, Ryan told her that he is the “exceptions” case. Rape is one of the exceptions to abortion restrictions, along with incest and whether the life or health of the mother is in danger.

“I am the one percent that’s used 100 percent of the time to justify abortion,” he said.

Ryan grew up in a family of adopted and biological children of different races, and he and his wife, Bethany, have four children of their own — two adopted and two biological.

Ryan called abortion racist and noted the fact that black women kill their unborn children at disproportionate rates. He took on the NAACP (filled with abortion advocates) on First Amendment grounds and won. He is a vital part of the pro-life movement, and his story is compelling.

Ryan is also a contributor to BCN.

Take some time today to listen to Ryan’s incredible story.

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