We want to see church communities building a culture of life through a clear, compassionate, and Biblical response to abortion, IVF, cloning, euthanasia, and any act that violates human dignity.
Who We Are
We work with churches to “turn the hearts of fathers to their children and of children to their fathers” through prayer, education, and cultural inititiatives.
What We Do
Asia for Life networks, trains, and advises on “pro-life” projects, to develop a culture of life in churches and societies throughout Asia.
There is no easy solution to abortion. However, we offer “Intro to Life” as a one-time event to educate, inspire and pray with your church about the life issues.
Facts and Figures
In East Asia, over 50% of women of childbearing age cannot get birth certificates for their child. Most will choose abortion.
Intro To Life Events
There is no easy solution to the problem of abortion. But we are seeing churches catch the vision of the dignity of the human person, and to respond in a meaningful and Biblical way. We offer “Intro to Life” as a one-time event to educate, inspire and pray with your church about the life issues.
What does it look like?
Here are some examples of pro-life activities in various Asian countries.
Our Recent Blog Posts
This is the last of three episodes in the #asiaforlifepodcast on the situation of Uyghurs, including how they are treated under China's Family Planning Policy. LISTEN: Xinjiang—How Uyghurs are Persecuted in Concentration Camps, and Everywhere Else Too [PODCAST] And...read more
This week's #asiaforlifepodcast is covering stories from the Xinjiang province of China, where hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs are being detained for "re-education". And ten million more Uyghurs are persecuted in a variety of ways each day, simply because of their...read more
This week's #asiaforlifepodcast is about some of the life-and-death issues in Xinjiang, China. This article was written in conjunction with the podcast episode, "Xinjiang—Doctor Imprisoned for Treating a Bullet Wound". I introduce the sorts of problems that the Uyghur...read more
There is a mention of differences between Protestants and Catholics in this article. I heard from someone who was offended by it, and it's possible that I shouldn't have said it. The use of the word "medieval" is not meant to disparage anybody. Rather, I meant to...read more
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