Bradley Pierce is an attorney and Executive Director of Abolish Abortion Texas. More importantly, he is a husband to his wife, Cindy, a father of their nine children, a member of his local church, and a servant of Christ.
C.R. Cali was saved later in life at the age of 40 when by the grace of God, our Lord changed his heart of stone to one of flesh, restoring his corrupted image and giving him the mind of Christ, moving him from rebellion and hatred for God to love and obedience in Him. He now serves as the pastor of Sermon in the Park, a 1689 confessional Particular Baptist church in Victoria, TX. He is married to Cheryl, and they have 4 adult children and 12 grandchildren. He is the author of The Doctrine of Balaam and host of the podcast Resisting Balaam on the Wrath and Grace Radio Network.
Phil George has served as a pastor at Grace Life Church of Dallas since 2015. In addition to shepherding the flock, he stays busy with operating the accounting practice he began in 2001, ranching, and helping his wife, Bobbi, home educate their 10 children on the property he and his family own NE of McKinney. Along with having a heart for family discipleship, Pastor Phil’s passion is to point the lost world to Christ and exhort Believers to live lives worthy of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
T. Russell Hunter reignited the Abolitionist Movement in America in 2010 and has been working tirelessly for the cause ever since. In 2018 he ran communications for the Dan Fisher for Governor campaign, which led to the founding of Free the States, an abolitionist lobbying organization that supports bills of abolition and guides the Abolitionist Movement in the political sphere. Russell enjoys drawing and does most of the artwork for Free the States. Russell and his wife, Katherine, have been married since 2005 and have three children here on earth - Melian, Ransom, and Eliza - and two more in Heaven. He has a master's degree in History of Science from the University of Oklahoma, and he is thrilled to be here to support the cause of abolition in Texas.
Jon Speed is the founding pastor of Christ is King Baptist Church of Syracuse, NY, and is presently the Pastor of Missions and Evangelism at FBC Briar in Azle, TX. He is the author of Evangelism in the New Testament and co-producer of the pro-life documentary, Babies Are Murdered Here and the sequel Babies Are Still Murdered Here. In January of 2019 he went viral for closing his bookstore in protest of NY's reproductive health act and went on Fox and Friends, Hannity, and Glenn Beck. Jon is married to Kim, and they have five children.