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What We Do

How do we go about changing a national conversation? The answer is surprisingly simple: having conversations. It is impossible to change a conversation if we are not engaging in it. So that is the majority of what we do. In order to bring T3C to communities throughout the US, we facilitate one conversation at a time—challenging the status quo and creating change in how people think and respond to those facing a pregnancy decision.

Here are some of the activities we’re engaging in to make this happen:

  • Podcasts

  • Conferences

  • Workshops

  • Panels

  • Interviews

  • Guest blog or op-ed

  • Church and community events

  • University presentations

T3C Training

For those who are eager to be equipped and trained to carry this message forward in their own spheres, we offer our 6-hr T3C training. Offered over a two-day period, this training explores the current landscape surrounding pregnancy decisions, lays out the principles and outworkings of The Third Choice, and offers practical tools for valuing and caring for those facing a pregnancy decision.

Topics include:

  • History of the pro-life and pro-choice movements

  • Common responses within culture

  • T3C Principles: non-political, non-manipulative, and relational

  • Being compassionately present in the decision process

  • Living out T3C individually

“The Third Choice training offers a fresh, unbiased, and visionary perspective on issues concerning pregnancy decisions. If you're a human, you should take it!” — Jon

Going Forward

There is so much ground to take and certainly a number of avenues which we are eager to explore as we grow. But it all starts with building awareness—with introducing a new conversation into the culture.

We recognize that what may seem insignificant in this moment will, in the end, be the catalyst for all future change. So we’re starting simple: one conversation at a time.

“Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle.”

— Martin Luther King, Jr.