What would the pro-life movement look life if William Wilberforce were still alive? History tells of times when radical and sudden political reform rocked the world. If we study world changers we can learn to imitate them. This is their story. We hope it will be our story too. Several Patriot Academy alumni have worked with me on this strategy including Sarah Coburn, Hannah Hill, Jennifer Lackey and Jacque Otto. Download the Full PDF of the Strategy .
This is a character based strategy that answers the question “who do we need where?” instead of the question “what do we need to do when?” If you are interested in the pro-life cause you will like this strategy.
“There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, then to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things. Because the innovator has for enemies all those who have done well under the old conditions, and lukewarm defenders in those who may do well under the new.”
Nicolò Machiavelli The Prince
Everyone wants to be the Knight who slays the dragon. Only a few want to be the archers who back him up. You can not single out one man who brought us independence. You can not isolate one person who abolished slavery. We may cut out the archers from history but their contribution made the difference. They changed the world.
If we want to slay the dragon of abortion we need a host of archers. We need to work together. Working together does not mean doing the same thing. In the past God has used different people differently. By His hand these people worked together even though they sometimes disagreed.
This pamphlet will introduce you to the different types of people that God has used in the past to enact change. They are the Public Figure , Floor Champion , Hill Agitator , Public Agitator , Financial Backer , Denominational Coordinator , Architect and Minutemen .
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