Pedals & Petals, formerly Bike & Hike Festival for Life, was a day of fun and fundraising on Saturday, May 7.
Pastor Ray Paget presented a Biblical defense of the prolife position at the spring session of Life in the 616 on Thursday, April 28.
In what can only be described as a magical evening, more than 160 supporters attended the second Spring into Life event and heard the musical stylings and inspirational stories of Eric Genuis.
The 33rd annual High School Oratory Contest featured three amazing competitors, all of whom were worthy of winning. Gabriel Zylstra, a homeschooled junior, won the competition and received a $200 scholarship.
An intimate group of guests attended the winter edition of Life in the 616 on February 24. Everyone present was enraptured by a woman’s story of her decision to have an abortion and the grace that accompanied her redemption many years later.
During Black History month, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored a one-night-only screening of the film Created Equal: Clarence Thomas In His Own Words.
Freezing weather and city-wide mandates in the nation’s capital could not stop Grand Rapids Right to Life from sending 13 buses, almost 700 people, from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the 49th annual March for Life.
On Sunday, January 16, Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted the Memorial Procession for the Unborn to honor and mourn the unborn babies killed by abortion since 1973.
Five students won a March for Life scholarship by completing an application form and writing a short essay on how they will use the March for Life experience in their daily life.
More than 20 students from a variety of schools submitted entries to the eighth annual Prolife Essay Contest. The junior division was open to students in grades 7-9 and the senior division involved students in grades 10-12.