Bethany and Ryan Bomberger - cofounders of

Bethany & Ryan Bomberger


Bethany and Ryan Bomberger are the cofounders of Radiance Foundation, a faith-based, educational, nonprofit organization. Their reach is global as they powerfully illuminate that every human life has God-given purpose. Their innovative and bold work has earned massive mainstream media coverage including the New York Times, USA Today, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, The Christian Post, ABC News, NewsMax, Breitbart, NPR, Epoch Times, World, Washington Times, Washington Post, NC Register, Mic, JET, LA Times, Yahoo! News and many more. They are the co-authors of She Is She and He Is He.

Bethany Bomberger is an educator by profession. She taught for over a decade in public and private schools in both suburban and urban settings. As a homeschooling mama, she’s passionate about school choice. Bethany is the Executive Director of The Radiance Foundation. She’s an international public speaker, podcaster ( and author of the ground-breaking children’s book PRO-LIFE KIDS! From women’s conferences to pregnancy center galas to Supreme Court rallies, she loves speaking about how faith makes us stronger than our circumstances.

Ryan Bomberger is the Chief Creative Officer of Radiance Foundation. He’s an international public speaker, columnist, factivist, and author of Not Equal: Civil Rights Gone Wrong. He has a rather unique perspective on purpose. He was adopted and loved in a diverse family of fifteen (ten were adopted). Today, he’s an Emmy Award-winning creative professional who designs messaging that’s fearless, factual and freeing. Ryan has keynoted at Harvard, Princeton, Columbia Law School, Penn State, Howard University, Eureka College, Quinnipiac, and events around the world.

Bethany and Ryan met at Regent University where they earned their Master’s degrees. They are the blessed parents of four awesome kiddos (two of whom were adopted). Their hearts are to build a culture that values life at every age and stage.

Why we wrote She is She.

We’re parents. We have four precious children: two girls and two boys. Our job is to pour love and truth into them. As homeschooling mom and dad, we are their main influencers. But there are so many things competing for their attention, devotion, and conformation. Romans 12:2 tells us: “Do not conform to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” The world has a pattern: deceive, destroy, repeat. God calls us to a different pattern: love, transform, repeat. Love lifts people out of their circumstances. Tolerance keeps people where they are and pretends there are no circumstances. We’re so glad you’re part of lifting our culture out of its confusion as we celebrate beautiful, undeniable, biological her.

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