MARCH 1, 2025

8:00 AM - 5:30 PM





Steve Wagner is the Executive Director of Justice For All (JFA). In full-time pro-life work for more than 20 years, Steve has regularly engaged abortion-choice advocates in dialogue, logging thousands of conversations and presentations on 70 university campuses. 

Steve’s passion is training pro-life advocates to approach conversations with both relational sensitivity and intellectual sophistication. Steve is the author of Common Ground Without Compromise: 25 Questions to Create Dialogue on Abortion, and he has also contributed articles to other books. (See www.jfaweb.org/common-ground to download his book for free.).

Prior to his work at JFA, Steve served as a speaker at Stand to Reason (www.str.org). A native Californian, Steve now resides with his wife, Rebeccah, and their five children in the Washington, D.C., area. In his spare time, Steve enjoys good coffee, the antics of his kids, writing songs, and thinking of ways to surprise people.

Toni McFadden is an international speaker on the topic of abortion and healthy relationships. Toni is the founder of the program Relationships Matter which seeks to educate the youth on the degradation of sex in our culture while equipping them to walk out healthy relationships to not only protect themselves but honor their spouse in the future. 

Toni is passionate about the power of overcoming her own past and setting a new foundation for herself. In her presentation, she will help you handle forgiveness, receive redemption, and look mistakes in the face without allowing them to hold you back. Her goal is to educate and expose the lies of abortion by sharing her own personal story of having an abortion herself.

Toni is a graduate of West Chester University. She has a masters in professional counseling from Clark’s Summit University and is currently pursuing her licensure. She has been married to her wonderful husband for 11 years and has been blessed with four beautiful children.

Wesley Smith is a lawyer, an award-winning author, the host of the
Humanize podcast, and Chair of the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism. Wesley is a contributor to National Review and is the author of 14 books, in recent years focusing on human dignity, liberty, and equality. Wesley has been recognized as one of America’s premier public intellectuals on bioethics by National Journal and has been honored by the Human Life Foundation as a “Great Defender of Life” for his work against suicide and euthanasia.

In 1985 Wesley left the full time practice of law to pursue a career in writing and public advocacy and has since published thousands of articles, columns, and opinion pieces on issues pertaining to the moral importance of human life. Wesley addresses the entire spectrum of bioethical issues, particularly relating to conscience, patient protection, eugenics, suicide, transhumanism, medical ethics, and law and policy.

Wesley has appeared on more than a thousand television and radio talk/interview programs, including such national shows as ABC Nightline, Good Morning America, Larry King Live, CNN Anderson Cooper 360, CNN World Report, CBS Evening News, EWTN, C-SPAN, Fox News Network, as well as nationally syndicated radio programs, including Coast to Coast, Dennis Miller, Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Afternoons with Al Kresta, and EWTN.

Alex Schadenberg is the co-founder and executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, founded in 1998 and based in the Canadian Province of Ontario. He produced The Euthanasia Deception documentary that explores 15 years of euthanasia legalization in Belgium. Schadenberg has traveled the world speaking about the issue, authored countless opinion columns, and maintains the world’s most widely-read blog on issues related to assisted death: www.epcblog.org.

He is also the published the book Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in 2013, and Released The Euthanasia Deception in September 2016, a documentary containing stories of people with personal experiences with euthanasia and assisted suicide. The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition has more than 7,000 members, 13,000 followers on Facebook and more than 60,000 e-mail contacts.   The goal of EPC is to build a well-informed, broadly based membership of groups and individuals to establish an effective social barrier to euthanasia and assisted suicide. Most recently EPC is working on a new film series based on Canada’s euthanasia reality.


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