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Lord, thank you for organizations like Human Coalition and their love for struggling women. We pray their strategy will continue to save the lives of babies who would otherwise be aborted.

Brian Fisher was a successful businessman before he became a passionate pro-life activist. In 2009, he launched Human Coalition in order to prevent unborn babies from being aborted. Today he is blazing a trail in the pro-life movement with his marketing and analytical skills.

“In the late 2000s, most for-profit businesses were using internet ads to reach people,” Fisher told pro-life activist Jonathon van Maren in a recent interview. “And the pro-life movement was not doing a lot of that work. And so to us, it was sort of just a logical gap. ‘Let’s go online to where our potential clients are and let’s introduce ourselves and invite them to have a conversation with us.’”

Fisher says his team realized pretty quickly that there was a disconnect between how pro-lifers were operating and the reality on the ground. Technology, he said, offered a unique way to reach women who were using the internet to get an abortion.

“If a woman…is searching for an abortion provider, we want to be the first link that she sees, which means we need to be very wise and aggressive about how we market to her through ads and links online,” he said. . .

While he admits Google and social media is under pressure to crack down on social conservatives, Fisher believes that his team is effective enough to overcome any sort of censorship. “We will continue to find creative ways to find women who need our services,” he emphatically stated.

Ultimately, Brian Fisher is someone driven by numbers. After bringing on auditors and a group of marketers to evaluate what sort of improvements could be made, he decided to implement a number of changes, and says he will continue to do so going forward.

“Once we were operational, the data then drove our decisions. We started a contact center because the data suggested we should. We began to bring in our own clinics…because the data suggested that we should. We started a social work program because the data said we should. We started a political effort because the data was irrefutable.”

Fisher says it’s important to create a pipeline where pregnant moms can feel loved and welcomed. In order to do that, pro-lifers need to reach out to them in ways they haven’t before.

“We continue to find new ways to reach women who are high risk to abort. We own and operate a fantastic call center…they take calls and chats and texts and instant messages from women all day long,” he said. “And then they set appointments at either a pregnancy center that we work with in different parts of the country or at our own network of clinics that we own and operate.”

Fisher said that Human Coalition has an extended social work program that helps women with continual care. He’s also in the beginning stages of setting up a virtual clinic online.

“It’s a rescue system designed to find women and children who are at risk.” We need to “bring them into a loving system of care,” he said.

(Excerpt from Life Site News. Article by Stephen Kokx.)


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  1. Heavenly Father, Thank You for giving creative ideas to Brian Fischer to help women who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy situation. Thank you for the lives that have been saved and the women who have been helped. Father, I pray for continual abundant finances for this opportunity to help these women. Once the child is born, there are other needs to provide for these children. Father, thank You, for organizations that care for mothers and children by providing housing, food, supplies, education, and other support. May these lives be blessed by You. In Jesus name I pray. Amen

  2. 2/13/20 @ 2:04pm

    Holy Father in Heaven,

    We praise you in Jesus’ Name for raising up Human Coalition, Brian Fisher and other like minded & hearted ones to use technology & data to reach mom’s in crisis & save the unborn and assist where needed.

    Trusting in You and Your Spirit for “the least of these”, we ask you to continue and increase connections on behalf of Life as image bearers of God we are,from the cradle to the grave,

    In Jesus’ Name, The Way, Truth and LIFE,


  3. The Dream Center in Bay City, Michigan offers free diapers and toilet paper for people that need it, when they come to the facility. This helps immensely with the budget or non budget. They believe in helping people. This is just one idea how people can get involved in their community. They also encourage their spiritual walk with God that is what they need.

  4. Thank you Mr.Fisher for heeding the call and to all of our brothers n sisters, in this ministry, and Praise Jesus for giving the Wisdom and help us dear Lord with the necessary resources (spiritual, economical, and physical), to stand up for Life!!! Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Blessed be the Lamb of God!!!!!!!


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