PROGRAMS

Developed, tested and implemented materials to defend the value of human life.

At Healing the Culture, we’ve developed, tested and implemented materials to help you defend the value and dignity of human life, not only on faith-based arguments, but on philosophical truths stretching back nearly 2,500 years. Our programs are designed to be flexible so that you can tailor them to fit your needs, whether in a school setting, a youth group, a workshop, or a small study group.

Principles and Choices is an innovative high school curriculum that helps students master principles of logic, ethics, and justice that inspire them to live with purpose, moral integrity, and care for human life. The program gives students a strong philosophical education in ten core principles that ground Church teachings on respect for human life, social justice, and many other contemporary issues.

Life Advocacy Student Training (LAST) is a game-changing pro-life curriculum specifically designed to address the unique concerns of college and university student leaders. In just a few hours, LAST transforms participants’ ability to communicate the logic, ethics, and justice of the pro-life position to their friends, family, classmates…and even their professors.

Life Principles Academy is a five-hour training event that equips participants to intelligently and effectively communicate human dignity and respect for human life using ten fundamental principles of happiness, logic, ethics, and justice. Although the program is usually held at a church or school facility, it is non-denominational and suited for a variety of other settings.

Respect Life Sunday Partners provides pastors and church staff with ready-made pulpit talks, bulletin announcements, and other resources for use in the weeks leading up to and including Respect Life Sunday.

Healing the Culture

605 2nd Street, Suite 218
Snohomish, WA 98290

Phone: 360-243-3811

Healing the Culture is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations and gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.