How Do You Save a Nation from Itself? Powerful New Film Provides the Answer

Moms for America Urges Voters to View “Leaders for Life,” Featuring Interviews with MFA Board Member, Sam Sorbo, and Husband, Actor Kevin Sorbo

October 20, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Kimberly Fletcher, a mother of eight, and founder and president of Moms for America®, (, a national movement calling on moms to restore values such as motherhood, marriage, womanhood and patriotism, urges everyone to view the powerful new documentary, “Leaders for Life.”

“Not only does this film clearly outline the spiritual battle raging in our society today,” says Kimberly Fletcher, “but, most importantly, it shows us where the answer lies.”

The film “vividly exposes the spiritual warfare that is occurring in a manner never seen before,” according to the film’s synopsis. For a small taste of the powerful punch this movie brings, view this short movie trailer to see the proof.

This film ties everything together—“Leaders for Life” proves how our society’s rampant disrespect for human life has brought us to the social unrest we see today, underscoring how important it is to protect our basic Right to Life, enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

“With the recent presidential nomination of pro-life nominee Amy Coney Barrett for the SCOTUS opening after the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this is a crucial time right now in our country to share the film’s message,” says Fletcher. “America’s families and children will thrive or crash—now and in decades to come—based on what actions we take. Who we vote into office on Election Day will in large part determine how our kids will grow up. The future of America is at stake and we need to give our kids a chance.”

Featuring powerful interviews with Moms for America’s Advisory Board member, Sam Sorbo, her husband, actor Kevin Sorbo, and other notable people of faith, the film is directed toward Christians—especially moms and pastors. The film’s synopsis states, “This film clearly conveys one of the most vitally important biblical messages known to mankind: Take no part of unfruitful works of darkness, but expose them.”

Amidst the backdrop of our country’s latest violence, the movie’s trailer poses the poignant question “How do you save a nation from itself?” The answer, found in the movie itself, is that that if people don’t value life, they will get violent; if they forsake the value of human life, violence is inevitable.

Sam and Kevin Sorbo have made a special invitation for any organization that wants to feature the movie on their websites, together with the poster for this pro-life movie – so all may be directed to watch this powerful film. The Sorbos and the film’s producer, Frank Panico, have given permission for all to view the movie, share it, forward it – it’s completely free to all who will spend the time to help a save a nation from itself.

Christians have the answer, and Moms for America wants to help them band together to implement it.

“The bottom line is this,” says Fletcher. “We need Christians to vote. Future SCOTUS nominations will be up for grabs. If you are on the fence, please watch ‘Leaders for Life.’ Too many people do not connect the dots between our faith and freedom.”

Join Moms for America to unite across the country to reclaim the culture for truth, family freedom and the Constitution of the United States that protects Americans’ divine inherent rights as women, as mothers, as people. To help spread awareness of the importance of voting, Moms for America started MomVote this summer. MomVote 2020 is a comprehensive, micro-targeted, strategic grassroots initiative to get out the mom vote. The deadline to sign up is October 15.

Moms for America is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education corporation dedicated to promoting a foundation of liberty through the mothers of America in their homes, within their communities, and with their vote.

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To interview Kimberly Fletcher or Sam Sorbo of Moms for America, contact, Jeff Tolson, 610.584.1096, ext. 108, or Deborah Hamilton, ext. 102.