Gallery of Pro-Life America Radio Supporters

Pro-Life America Radio is blessed with the support of many dedicated and Godly people in its mission to spread the pro-life message across America. We thank everyone who prays with us and does their part to protect the lives of the unborn.

Williamson kids pro-life podcast supporters

Williamson Kids

Johnny, Elizabeth and Danny Williamson at their Uncle Pat's wedding

grandson Williamson pro-life supporter

Johnny Williamson

John Williamson's grandson Johnny upon hearing the news of the launch of Pro-Life America Radio

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Williamson Grandkid

Little Johnny Williamson melting the heart of his grandparents, John and Donna Marie

Bernie Long pro-life america podcast presenter

The Long Family

Bernie Long (left) is a frequent co-host on Pro-Life America Radio

Charles DeFeo pro-life america radio podcast supporter

The DeFeo Family

Charlie DeFeo (middle) is a frequent co-host on Pro-Life America Radio. Learn more about Charlie's mission at

Ted Meehan pro-life supporter

Ted Meehan

Ted Meehan and his grandson. Ted heads the Pro-Life Union of Delaware County and is a regular guest to the show. Ted went to Woodstock in 1969!

Rick Lacey pro-life supporter

Rick Lacey

Rick is Chairman of the Republican Party of Brevard County, Florida. He is a regular contributing guest who has provided timely updates on presidential elections.

John Breslin pro-life supporter

John Breslin

John was one of the first guests to Pro-Life America Radio. Here he is at the Golden Staircase on the way to the Klondike in Alaska.

Melissa Ohden pro-life advocate

Melissa Ohden

Melissa is the survivor of an abortion attempt by her natural mother. Hear Melissa's riveting and inspiring interview on Pro-Life America Radio.

mary short kathy bond pro-life supporters

Mary Short & Kathy Bond

Mary Short (L) and Kathy Bond. This was taken at PHL's Appreciation and Kathy's retirement party

John Williamson in Alaska

John Williamson in Alaska

John at the Golden Staircase in Alaska, climbing 3,000 feet in 20 hours - 33 miles up & down!