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Roland Warren Interviewed by Focus on the Family

Posted by Care Net on Mar 31, 2015 4:35:00 PM

Focus-on-the-family-interviewRoland C. Warren, president and CEO of Care Net, appeared on the Focus on the Family Daily Broadcast to discuss the importance of protecting the lives of the unborn and building strong families.

In a two-part interview called "Encouraging Men to be Good Dads," Jim Daly, Focus on the Family's president, and John Fuller, vice president of Focus on the Family's Audio and New Media division, interviewed Roland about his book, Bad Dads of the Bible, his work at National Fatherhood Initiative, and how he has brought it all together in his role at Care Net.

Roland's perspective on the importance of marriage and fatherhood has helped inform Care Net's emphasis on not only saving the lives of unborn babies, but ensuring that those children have "abundant lives," too. More than 8 in 10 women who have abortions are unmarried, and a fear of being a single mother is one of the primary drivers of abortion. Therefore it is critical that pro-life organizations and pregnancy centers, including Care Net's network of over 1,100 affiliated centers, devise ways to increase the positive involvement of fathers in the pregnancy decision.

You can read the rest of Care Net's statement about the interview online.

Please also take a moment to listen to Part 1 and Part 2 of the interview, and let us know what you think in the comments below.

 

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