"Some women are never mentioned in Time magazine list or by the women leaders global form but we should know who they are the Colson Center. I'm John Stonestreet this is breaking last week in Reykjavik Iceland. The Women Leaders Global Forum gathered to recognize and celebrate women making a positive difference in the world. The Trailblazer Award honored women. Who've won high political office others were recognized for their work and easing various stigmas. And discrimination that women face around the world there. There was even a category for female Nobel Prize laureates in Ward on top of award if you will while I'm happy to say congratulations to them all. I couldn't help. But think of the amazing amazing women who were at least as worthy of recognition yet are never mentioned. Had any of these secular events the women. I'm thinking of have. At least one thing in uncommon in their various causes through very different work they speak up for those who in our culture have no voice the unborn those would disability. They are victims of the sexual revolution and doing so. They stand courageously against powerful cultural norms. If they worked on behalf of culturally acceptable causes their names would be celebrated with the others. Ob New ECO data or Oud. You as her friends call. Her is the founder and president of culture of life Africa. A nigerian-born syrian-born biomedical scientists. She's devoted her life to promoting the sanctity of life. The beauty of marriage and the blessing of family in Africa and fact. WHO's one of the main leaders of the pro-life movement on that continent her bold declarations and defensive the unborn against Progressive Sexual Ethics is confronting what she calls Western ideological imperialism by the way will be speaking at our twenty twenty wilberforce weekend in May Trust me. You don't WanNa Miss.. Is that another heroine. Rachel denhellender this gymnast. Turn lawyer brought down. USA Gymnastics doctor and serial abuser. Larry Nassar in doing doing so. She enabled hundreds of his victims to have a voice. She now spends her time as a wife. A mother and a crusader for the dignity of women and girls. Especially Ashley Calling the Church to take sexual abuse seriously. We recently interviewed her on the breakpoint. podcast I'll link to that at breakpoint dot org and then there's Lila. Rose was president and founder of live action. Lila's one of the most influential voices in the modern pro-life movement and the unquestioned media leader from her undercover work exposing planned parenthood to her defense of the pro life. Cause in mainstream media. She's a powerhouse. And she's proof that the pro-life movement is in many ways being led by a younger generation. And then there's Katie Faust and author children's rights activists and founder of the organization than before us she's challenging one of the foulest lies of the sexual revolution Lucien that the desires of adults should trump the rights of children especially the right to have a mom and a dad and one of a recent. What would you say videos. She debunks the popular popular but poisonous idea. That loves the only thing required to make a family. She's also going to be speaking at Wilberforce weekend. Making the same case at the scholarly level. Ah Was Helen Alvarez. Associate professor of law at George Mason University and a champion of life and the family in the legal sphere. She's one of the intellectual heavy hitters of of our time including an amicus brief to the Supreme Court that marriage is worth preserving that children deserve parents and that unborn life is worth protecting checking. I feel like the author of Hebrews. Here I'm running out of time to talk about Reggie Littlejohn founder and president of Women's rights without frontiers the world's leading opponent of sex selective elective enforced abortions in China. And of course Emily Colson and John. Ericsson todd who dedicated their lives to honoring the dignity of those with disability and especially early in recent years leading the battle against elective. Abortion assisted suicide and euthanasia through books and speaking they make the case like few else. Can that a society that welcomes the vulnerable is a beautiful place to live each of these women as a force of restoration not only do they deserve recognition for the incredible work. They do do. They deserve recognition because the causes they represent and the groups for whom they speak aren't culturally popular. God bless these worthy women. If Ironic Ron and work committee they'd have my vote for breakpoint on John Stonestreet.."