1.877.51.SHINE (74463)


Video

“Shine”

The Radiance Foundation, founded by Ryan & Bethany Bomberger, exists to inspire people to understand and embrace their intrinsic value. We are an educational life-affirming 501(c)3 that illuminates social issues in the context of God-given Purpose.

“Legacy”

Sally DeAngelo was a woman full of compassion. She spent her days on earth reaching out to those in need. Her daughter, Joy DeAngelo Bowman and her best friend Bethany Bomberger launched SallysLambs.org, an outreach of The Radiance Foundation, to continue Sally's legacy of love.

“We’ve Been Guttmacher’d”

The Guttmacher Institute was founded by the former VP of the racist American Eugenics Society and is, today, heavily funded by Planned Parenthood. Mainstream media falsely refer to them as a "non-partisan research group".

“Our Future”

We have no idea what the future holds for any individual. Nobody on earth knows our potential. The beauty of life's journey is that so much of it is simply a mystery. Never underestimate the power of Purpose!

“Number One Killer”

Abortion is the number one killer in the black community. Black babies are aborted at 5x the rate of the majority population; personal responsibility, massive indoctrination, and failed leadership is to blame. Watch the startling video.

“Meant to Be” by Ryan Scott

Abortion denies the miracle of possibility. My biological mother was raped, yet despite her unspeakable pain, chose Life. This song simply says thank you for giving me a chance to love and be loved. (Get "Meant to Be" on iTunes)

“Better In Color”

America is a beautiful menagerie of race and culture. The Radiance Foundation celebrates racial and cultural diversity but emphasizes our unity as one human race.

“Lies”

She (or he) who lies loudest wins? No way. Not if we can stop it. Even though the billion dollar abortion industry has powerful cohorts on every side, we have the truth on ours.

“WIN $500 ON PURPOSE”

Part of our SHINE program includes our "WIN $500 ON PURPOSE" that rewards people who positively affect their communities. This is contest that will resume in the Fall of 2011.

Page 2 of 2«12