About

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Cullen is a husband, father, writer, and lover of Truth. He has a Mental Health Practitioner License in the state of Nebraska, and has years of experience working with persons struggling with mental illness and addiction. For the past six years, he has also been involved with Rachel’s Vineyard ministry for post-abortive women, serving as the counselor for their weekend retreats. Cullen has a passion for writing about pro-life issues, Marriage, fatherhood, and building a culture of life. His work has been published at The Federalist, Crisis Magazine, The Washington Examiner, Catholic News Agency, The Blaze, Life Site News, Live Action News, Catholic Stand, and more. 

As of September 2016, Cullen also hosts Ready to Stand: Pro-Life Radio, a weekly pro-life radio show aimed at promoting a culture of life through honest discussion of some of the culture’s toughest issues. Past episodes can be heard here.

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  1. I believe you would be interested in this story.
    Devil in Des Moines, A Decade of Abortions by Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines is the story of my discovery of an abortion enterprise operated by Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines. I am a maternal fetal medicine specialist or high-risk obstetrical expert. I was recruited by Mercy Medical Center in 2014 to assist women and babies during high-risk pregnancies. I was appalled when I discovered that Mercy Medical Center, a Catholic healthcare institution, was operating an abortion enterprise. When I finally gained the courage to report the enterprise to the President of Mercy Medical Center after 9 months of employment I faced harassment and eventually was terminated.
    The complete story is available as a Kindle eBook.
    Thanks
    Dr. Michael S. Cardwell

  2. Hello, Mr. Herout responded to a comment I made on Matt Walsh’s most recent article on the Blaze, suggesting that I consider contacting Rachel’s Vineyard. I do not have a Facebook account, so I came here to your website. I’m honestly not sure where to begin, but I feel that the Holy Spirit is strongly urging me to be of service somehow.

  3. God bless you and your podcast! I listen to it all the time at work (with headphones on) and you get my so fired up for the pro-life movement. I appreciate you and please keep doing what you are doing.

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