In these podcasts and publications, ProGrace CEO Angie Weszely addresses the question, “What if the solution to abortion doesn’t lie in politics, but in the local church?”


Christians have been fighting to change abortion laws for decades now. What if the solution to abortion wasn’t in politics, but in the local church? Angie Weszely joins the Phil Vischer podcast to talk about her ministry, “ProGrace,” that seeks to change the dialogue about one of our thorniest cultural topics.


For decades, the conversation surrounding abortion has been dominated by two camps: those who campaign for the rights of the woman, and those who campaign for the rights of her unborn baby. But do we have to choose a side? In this episode of Java with Juli, Angie Weszely, the co-founder of ProGrace talks about working hard to equip Christians with a third option in the abortion debate: the option to value the woman and the child equally.


IF YOU HAVE EVER FELT LIKE YOUR DREAMS WERE DEAD OR STALLED OUT, THIS IS THE EPISODE FOR YOU.

“Angie and I begin our conversation with how she came to launch and lead the ProGrace ministry and the path she took to get there. She talks about the ten years that passed in which she believed her dream to work in ministry was dead and how God surprised her as He resurrected it in ways she didn’t expect. Angie gives us some helpful tips on how to re-frame our perspective on the abortion conversation moving it away from the political and toward the personal—focusing on God’s design for pregnancy and the radical love He has for both the woman and the child.” – Merritt Onsa


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