Personhood Alliance welcomes new educational organization to its board

Nov 4, 2016

Contact: Daniel Becker, president, Personhood Alliance, 770-667-3777

Our nation’s newest national prolife group, Personhood Alliance, announced today the addition of a new at-large organization, Educe® online learning, to its membership. Educe is a non-profit organization whose online courses help Christians discover the historical, philosophical, and biblical foundation that’s necessary in compassionately engaging the culture and defending human life, from its earliest biological beginning to its natural end. Educe features a unique, professionally designed curricula that travels decade-by-decade through the post-Christian transformation of America and puts abortion and other issues of life within that larger context.

Sarah Quale, the curriculum designer and founder of Educe, is to hold one of five at-large chairs on Personhood Alliance’s executive committee and will be specifically representing the areas of education, philosophy, and pro-life apologetics.

“We are blessed to have Sarah Quale join our efforts to help lead this nation back to first principles and biblical compliance in pro-life thought and action,” said Daniel Becker, president of Personhood Alliance. “Her unique abilities and contributions gives the personhood movement the intellectual foundation to reshape the pro-life dialogue in ways the world has not seen since Dr’s Francis Schaeffer and Jack Wilke came on the national scene in the early ’70’s,” says Becker. “The Educe curriculum identifies and traces the consequences of embracing false philosophies in the Church and the culture and how these ‘mis-steps’ are perpetuating the failures we see in current pro-life policy and politics,” says Becker.

“Educe is honored to partner with Personhood Alliance to take a principled stand for life. They—like we, understand the current crossroads the pro-life movement faces and recognize this time in history as an opportunity for the movement to rediscover its values, return to first principles, and reclaim its spiritual authority. We are excited to provide the educational foundation the movement needs to seize this opportunity and prepare Christians to boldly speak the truth in love,” said Quale.

“Educe provides online courses that educate, equip, and empower Christians to stand for life in the unique ways they are called. This knowledge is essential for such a time as this,” says Genevieve Wilson, officer and executive board member of Personhood Alliance.

The Personhood Alliance currently has established member organizations in Alabama, Alaska, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

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