Erin Brownback

Erin Brownback is an advocate for the goodness of God’s design for the family as the foundation of society. Her work focuses on the topics of gender, marriage, sex, life and parenting.

As a Consultant for Brownback Strategy and Communications, Erin has created strategic plans and messaging on pro-family, pro-life and other conservative issues for corporate and non-profit clients, members of Congress, Attorneys General, Family Policy Councils, potential Supreme Court cases, universities, and other organizations. Her long-term messaging plan for the Pro-Family Movement is positioned to transform society around family issues over the next generation, and her children’s book “Before Cherry Street” explores the wonder and science of each stage of gestation in a way that influences young minds to value human life at every stage.

Erin directed communications for the sanctity of life legal work of Alliance Defending Freedom, and is working on a PhD in Social Transformation. Her master’s degree is in Rhetoric and Discourse from Carnegie Mellon University, and she has a bachelor’s degree in English and Education from Westminster College.

Articles Written:

Prejudice Against Down Syndrome

I read an article by a mother in Ohio who has a daughter with Down Syndrome. In it, she advocates for the right to abort a child diagnosed with Down Syndrome. There are several things she says that I appreciate and agree with, and one that I don’t.   First – She declined amniocentesis because…

Star Power: Mobilizing Celebrities for Life

Star Power: Mobilizing Celebrities for Life Abortion supporters do a great job of rallying star power to their cause. Celebrities like Scarlett Johansson, Emma Watson, Kristen Bell and Brie Larson are enlisted as vocal supporters of Planned Parenthood and laws that make abortion easily attainable.  Hollywood fundraisers capitalize on glitz and glamor to raise money…

Viable Does Not Mean Valuable

What does it mean to be viable?  Viability is the ability to live, especially under certain conditions, or the capacity to operate or be sustained. So when someone says a pregnancy is viable, they mean that the child has the ability to live under certain conditions, or the capacity to operate or be sustained. But…

A Baby’s Miraculous Journey

Have you ever felt like you should call a pre-natal baby a fetus or an embryo, or maybe even a zygote, because if you called him or her a baby, that might just be too controversial?  It’s as though talking about what happens in the womb is somehow off limits, because it makes pre-natal children…