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NCLN Symposium Story: Stephanie Gray

 Stephanie Gray

Not only is Stephanie a keynote speaker at our Symposium this year, but she is also a former Symposium attendee! 

Stephanie attended the Symposium in 1999.   She went on to found the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform and serves as their Executive Director. Her campaigns in Canada, such as the Genocide Awareness Project, Choice Chain, and the New Abortion Caravan have attracted extensive media coverage. She is also known internationally as a powerful speaker.

“NCLN’s symposium literally changed my life. I arrived there as a UBC theatre student with aspirations for an acting career. Three days later, I flew home with the conviction that I was called to do full-time pro-life work. The apologetics trainer that weekend, Scott Klusendorf, gave a phenomenal presentation. The abortion video he played moved me to tears. The arguments he presented were logical and something I could easily put into practise in my own conversations. And his words that ‘There are more people working full-time to kill babies than there are working full-time to save them,’ inspired me to follow in his footsteps. As an 18-year-old student, NCLN provided formation and inspiration that set me on a path to do the pro-life work I am doing today.”

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