Lisa Smiley is a national blogger and public speaker. She writes and speaks about faith, family, political and pro-life issues.
Her articles have appeared in The National Review, The Stream, The Federalist, The Christian Post, Bound4LIFE, Charisma News, LifeSiteNews, Live Action News and others.
Lisa’s fiery videos, tearing down the lies of our culture, have gone viral on social media.
She has spoken at conferences such as the Family Research Council’s ProLifeCon and Texas Right to Life’s Boots on the Ground student conference, and been interviewed by various news and radio outlets.
Lisa earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of California-Irvine.
She has a powerful pro-life testimony that has touched thousands of people around the world – She is alive today because her Chinese mother broke the law and gave birth to her and her sisters in Communist China. Then as a mother herself, she chose life for her son, Zeke, who was diagnosed with a severe congenital heart condition, against the doctors’ recommendations.
Lisa is a wife and mother of four precious children. She resides in the Dallas area with her family.


I am alive today because my Chinese mother broke the law and gave birth to me. Read here
I chose life for my “imperfect” son, born with half a heart. He lived for seven years and left a legacy on earth because I rejected abortion. Read here
I have been an immigrant twice. My family moved from China to New Zealand when I was four years old, then to America when I was 18. So, I am a Chinese-Kiwi-American. Read here
I became a follower of Jesus at the age of 16. It was the best decision of my life. It has defined everything about me – my identity, my worldview, my values, my relationships, and my eternal future.
I studied philosophy in college. I like to deconstruct arguments.
I have four children with my husband, James. We moved to the great state of Texas and have raised our family here ever since.
I am passionate about bringing the truth to the people through new media.


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