Vicki Thorn, founder of Project Rachel, calls in to talk about her work in the pro-life movement, including establishing the revolutionary post-abortive healing ministry in 1984 and many of the challenges and boons she's endured over the last 34 years. If you're seeking healing from abortion or know somebody who is, please check out hopeafterabortion.org. Afterwards, Gus talks with listeners who've sought healing after abortion.
Also, In the past week to 10 days, Gus has been urging Seize the Day listeners to be proactive this Lent in reading and in prayer. Today, he gives away free Magnificat apps to listeners who call in and talk about how they use technology in their spiritual lives. Magnificat is a monthly spiritual guide to help its readers develop their prayer lives.
And later, Gus is joined by Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler, stars of the new Clint Eastwood film "15:17 to Paris" and the real life heroes upon whom the movie is based. In 2015, the three American soldiers, and friends, were onboard a passenger train bound for Paris where they confronted a terrorist armed with an AK-47. Afterwards, Gus gives away five pair of tickets to 15:17 to the first five listeners who call in.
Listen to the interview here.