The fall gathering of Life in the 616 had a good group of guests who enjoyed a cup of coffee, made new prolife friends, and enjoyed the conversation sparked by the speaker’s presentation.
On November 18, Steve Kenyon discussed how Christian warriors must band together and fight for families and fight against the malicious and violent murder of precious, unborn persons. The discussion that followed also focused on the need for men to be protectors of their children.
Kenyon discussed his life as a local boy and proud father of four daughters, and even mentioned his little brother Scout, a Golden Retriever military therapy service dog. His talk incorporated stories from his career as a Lieutenant Colonel. He served 34 years in the Army and is currently an Army Reserve Ambassador for the state of Michigan. Kenyon, a true patriot and a servant leader, also substitute teaches at National Heritage Academies in Grand Rapids where he sees the need for strong male mentors and involved fathers.
Life in the 616 provided those present with an opportunity to mix and mingle with like-minded individuals and to grow the prolife movement.