Josiah Friedman has always been passionate about the unborn, but it was when his mom told him a story about an early pregnancy she had that he realized the greatest impact could come from working to change the culture.
He is the CEO and founder of Voices for the Voiceless, a nonprofit movement advocating for a world where every preborn life is valued and no one faces unplanned pregnancy alone. He works across political and ideological boundaries to build support for pregnant women in relationships, schools, workplaces, faith communities and doctor offices. He also started the #NotSorry campaign to change the way a prenatal diagnosis of disability is presented in the U.S.
Learn how Josiah and Voices for the Voiceless is creating a world where every life is valued and no one faces unplanned pregnancy alone.
To learn more about Voices for the Voiceless, visit https://www.voicesforthevoiceless.org/
Original air date: February 4, 2021.