Meet our Presenters

We are available to speak at your church services and to smaller ministry groups on the issues of Sanctity of Human Life, Biblical Sexual Integrity and other topics.  Please contact us if you have need of a speaker for any occasion - from a 5 minute presentation to a 2-day seminar, we have a passionate message of life and renewal in Jesus Christ.

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Raul Reyes - President

Raul has spoken all over the country and world on topics related to Sanctity of Human Life and Biblical Sexual Integrity.  He has served nationally as Assistant to Dr. Dobson at Focus on the Family and internationally as Executive Vice-President of LIFE International.  His passion is brining the sanctity of human life message to the world through the Church, and he's able to do that in both English and Spanish.

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Alan Thompson - Church Relations

Alan has been a Pastor, Missionary and Church planter throughout the U.S. and Latin America for the past 40 years.  He is fluent in both English and Spanish, and is passionate about seeing God's love, forgiveness and restoration transform the lives of those we serve through the ministry of CPC.


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Christine Reyes - Executive Director

Since 1983 Christine has worked in the sanctity of life movement, starting her work as a founding board member of the Pregnancy Center of Pinellas County Florida, now known as New Life Solutions.   In 1998 she and her husband were called to Grand Rapids, MI. to work with Pregnancy Resource Center and LIFE International where she served for three years. After a move to Colorado Christine was called to serve as Executive Director of Life Network in Colorado Springs, Colorado for over 10 years. Under Christine’s leadership Life Network received two different two million dollar federal grants for sexual risk avoidance education in the public schools. 

In 2014 Christine moved to Phoenix Arizona where she accepted the position as Executive Director of the CPC of Greater Phoenix.  Christine was a National Trainer for LifeSteward Ministries which is an organization that empowers leaders and ministries for growth and restoration to advance the kingdom. Through her time with Life Steward Christine did event training, board assessments and organizational consulting.  Christine has been married for 36 years, has five children and six grandchildren.

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Anna Herrmann - LifePath Director

Anna recently completed her MS in Social Work from ASU, and is delighted to be able to apply the gospel to the work of addressing the brokenness in our world and in human hearts. She is passionate about reaching women with a message of healing and hope through the love of Christ.

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Michelle Tussing, RN - Nursing Manager

Michelle has been with CPC for 10 years, and is a regular speaker at Phoenix College and Grand Canyon University on topics related to STD's (sexually-transmitted diseases), sexual health, abstinence and sexual risk avoidance.  She is an engaging and motivational speaker who is skilled at applying the principles of Biblical sexual integrity within a church or without, allowing her to speak truth into the lives of youth and young adults.



Elouise Nathaniel - Community Relations Manager

Elouise is a dynamic speaker whose passion for the ministry of CPC plays out in her role as Monthly Partner Manager and Volunteer in our Glendale Center.  She is available to speak to women's groups about how CPC reaches into the community to bring the life-affirming message of the Sanctity of Human Life and the good news of the gospel to the women and families we serve.

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Sharon Parks - Mesa Center Director

Sharon is a graduate of Hope International University and has a background in Biblical Studies and Educational Theory. She has taught in both private and public schools and has been with CPC at the Mesa Center for over five years.  Sharon loves to share her passion about the life-affirming work that goes on every day at Choices Pregnancy Centers, and is available to speak at churches, to women's groups and in school settings.