Mar 20, 2020
This week our podcast has three brief interviews from pro-life leaders at the Greater Cleveland Right to Life's "Bringing America Back to Life" Convention, held March 6th and 7th.
Communication expert Dr. Christine M. Bacon, Ph.D., is an author, international speaker, trainer and radio talk-show host of "Breakfast with Bacon: The Relationship Doctor." Her latest book is "The Super Couple: A Formula for Extreme Happiness in Marriage." Dr Bacon is president of CMB Communication, and is sought-after relationship coach who works with couples seeking to reconcile. She is most passionate about teaching the skills of reconciliation in those relationships deemed “hopeless” or irreconcilable. Dr. Bacon received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Interpersonal communication from Regent University and her B.A. in Communication from Old Dominion University.
Attorney Jeffrey Barefoot is the founder and President of Ressourcement, which specializes in financial planning. He is a graduate of Miami University (Oxford) and the University of Toledo College Of Law. Jeffrey has spoken on money management to over 100 organizations through the U.S. and Europe. He is also the Board President of Greater Toledo-Area Right to Life. And, he heads up The Strategic Policy Committee for The Right To Life Action Coalition of Ohio (RTLACO). In his college years, he converted to Christ from Unitarianism, and thirty years later he joined the Catholic church. He is the father of three adult children and two grandchildren.
Personhood Alliance president Gualberto Garcia Jones is an attorney who began pro-life activism in college. Mr. Garcia Jones is the Executive Director of the International Human Rights Group, serving for the past ten years as a legal expert on human rights issues for various organizations around the world. He has drafted dozens of legislative proposals and testified before U.S. federal and state governments. Mr. Garcia Jones has written and submitted legal briefs for cases before numerous courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court of Colombia. Gualberto was born in Spain and emigrated to the United States. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a double major in history and political science and received his law degree from The George Washington University School of Law. He has clerked for District Court judges and worked on the staff of U.S. senators.