Life in the 616 was a new opportunity for prolife people to have a casual conversation in a coffee shop.
In an effort to expose more people to the truth of America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, a generous donor sponsored a free screening of the film Unplanned.
On Wednesday, May 8, the largest crowd ever, more than 140 people, attended the Focus on Life Breakfast at The Bluff Banquet Center.
After a week of rain and gloomy weather, the clouds parted and a beautiful day greeted the hundred or so people who participated in the landmark 40th annual Bike & Hike Festival for Life on Saturday, May 4.
The fourth annual National Day of Prayer and Protest against Planned Parenthood was a peaceful candlelight vigil that exposed the need to defund the nation’s largest abortion provider.
During April, Abortion Recovery Awareness Month, Grand Rapids Right to Life placed two digital billboards around the city and one vinyl billboard on Alpine Avenue.
Father John Linden, Vocations Director for the Diocese of Lansing, spoke at the Clergy for Life Luncheon at Cathedral Square on Tuesday, April 2.
Thomas Lawrence, prolife ambassador, gave two workshops on Tuesday, March 19. “The Art of Prolife Persuasion” was a hit with Grand Rapids Right to Life church representatives.
Anna Henke, a senior at Plymouth Christian High School, was honored with the 2019 Grand Rapids Right to Life Prolife Youth Award. Henke won a $150 scholarship and was nominated for Right to Life of Michigan’s $500 award.
March was a busy time as Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted booths at three expos in two weeks: Women’s Expo, Church Ministries Conference, and Diocesan Women’s Conference.