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March for Life Youth Rally 2015

The Official March for Life Youth Rally is a Youth Outreach of the March for Life The March for Life Youth Rally is hosted by Stand True Pro-life Outreach, Priests for Life, Crossroads, and Survivors. When: Thursday, January 21st 2-5 PM Doors open at 1:30 PM Where: Renaissance Hotel  - 9th St Nw Washington DC This event is free of charge – Reservations are required  and can be made here: March for Life. 10 minutes after the rally begins the open seats will be given away. There will be booths selling pro-life -t-shirts, stickers, books and more. 2015 March for Life Youth Rally - Doors open at 1:30 with music, event starts at 2:00   2:00 Welcome from Bryan Kemper 2:05 Opening Prayer – Father Frank Pavone 2:10 Panel: Sidewalk Counseling, Activism and Pregnancy Centers– Dave Bathon, Brandi Swindell, Brian Gibson 2:30 Panel: Post Abortion Healing and recovery – Janet Morana, Brice Griffin, Kevin Burke 2:50 Panel: Media and Social Media and the pro-life movement  – John Henry Weston, Jill Stanek, Andy Moore 3:10 Bryan Kemper Key Note Address 3:25 Music by Christopher Duffley 3:35 Panel: Arts and the pro-life movement – Royce Hood, Jason Jones, Ryan Bomberger 3:55 Angelic Films Presents: “If I Can’t See It” –  a pro-life film short. 4:00 Panel: Young Women Leaders in the pro-life movement – Kristan Hawkins, Lila Rose, Kristina Garza 4:20 Closing Remarks – Jeanne Monahan March for Life 4:30 Closing Prayer  – TBA More Info e-mail bkemper@standtrue.com     

NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio is using video of Stand True President, Bryan Kemper and his kids to raise money for abortion

BREAKING NEWS From Operation Rescue: Another Abortion Mill Closing in OHIO. Haskell Won’t Appeal Court Ruling!

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Pleading With The Abortionist’s Wife

Today Mark Harrington and I plead with Late Term Abortionist Martin Haskell’s Wife, a co-owner of his abortion mills. She pro-claimed that abortion was justified in the bible and that I needed to repent and turn to Christ. Bryan Kemper Here is the video.

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The Day My Mother Told Me About Her Abortion – Examining The Sibling Effect Of Abortion Grief.

Stand True recently published a story about a mom telling her children about her past abortion. http://www.standtrue.com/abortionconfession/.  Today we are sharing that story from one of her daughters about the day she found out. Zoe had been working on this story to e-mail to her mom when her mother walked in and told her to clean her room, that is when Zoe clicked send. ———– We had just dropped my brother and sisters off at Faith Formation. It was a Wednesday evening: January 8, 2014. I would be 13 in just over two weeks. My mom said, “Zoe, I need to talk to you. Let’s go in the meeting room.” I thought we were going to talk about puberty. I got nervous and fidgety. “Mama,” I kept saying, “I’m not ready for this talk. I don’t want to know about it.” We got to the conference room and Mama sat down. I sat a few chairs away. “Sit here please, Zoe,” she said. “I don’t want to,” I whined. “Zoe,” she said firmly, “sit next to me.” I reluctantly sat down next to her, dreading what she had to say. What she said next would change my life forever. “Zoe,” she said, “in December of 1998, I had an abortion.” I felt like I had been slapped in the face. My whole world was rocked. I wanted to puke, I wanted to cry, I wanted to run away and hide. This amazing person, someone I have looked up to my whole life, my pro-life inspiration, had had an abortion. I stared at the glassy table where we were sitting. Mama was crying now. She told me how her boyfriend at the time had had a pregnant girlfriend before and how he said that he would “take care of it”. She told me how she had woken up after the abortion and thought how lucky she was to have such a great boyfriend. She told me she had gone crazy in the days after the abortion. She explained everything. “Do you have any questions?” she asked. “No,” I said. “Do you forgive me?” she asked. “Yes,” I said. “Your big brother’s name is David,” she said. Big brother. For years I had been saying, “I wish I had an older brother or sister!” Now I knew that I had one. We sat in silence for a while. Mama called Fr. Rossi, our parish priest, and he joined us in our little meeting. This was when I learned that a lot of people had heard her testimony before. He told us that now would be a great time to visit Jesus in Adoration. I was so thankful it was Wednesday! We went into Adoration and prayed. We prayed and prayed and prayed. I’m not sure what Mama prayed about, but I prayed for understanding about what had just happened. I prayed a Rosary for David, that he was in Heaven praising God. That night, when everyone was at home, my mom was on Read More »

The continuing saga of Troy, OH vs. Stand True, the pro-life message and free speech.

How Stand True got pro-life literature passed out INSIDE Planned Parenthood’s epic failure of a fundraiser.

The Stand True Mission Team arrived at the Packard Museum in Dayton, OH about an hour before the Planned Parenthood fundraiser was scheduled to begin. A local woman who we met during our outreach at the Troy Strawberry Festival joined us and brought along her husband. We were also joined by a few other local pro-lifers from Dayton. We set out immediately to chalk all the sidewalks leading to the museum with pro-life and Gospel messages.  Within minutes someone from the museum came out to tell us we could not chalk near the driveways or big doors. I informed her she was wrong and invited her to call the Dayton Police. Two Dayton Police officers showed up shortly after and talked to me for a few minutes and then went in to inform the museum that we were well within our rights. They said good-bye to us and told us to have a nice evening. (Maybe the Troy, OH could take a few lessons from Dayton on free speech.) Two employees from the museum came out and approached me to ask about what we were doing. One of them had a high position, I believe. They were both heart broken that the event had been booked by the agency for the museum and told us how much they were on our side. It was obvious how devastated they were with the decision to host a Planned Parenthood event there. The older gentleman was on the verge of tearing up and asked me if I had any pro-life literature. I told him Planned Parenthood would take it away from him and he said “ They will NOT stop me from passing this out inside the museum”. I loaded him up with some literature and graphic drop cards, and he went inside. As the night progressed we set up right at the entrance to the event and showed every single person who paid $75 a ticket what their money went to and pleaded with them to stop supporting child killing and to turn to Christ. However we did not get to do much pleading as less then 25 people went into the fully catered event. I am sure Planned Parenthood lost money that night. As we were standing there praying we noticed the Corpus Christi procession coming towards us from the local Catholic Church and at the same time looked up and saw a dove on a stick in the window of the building across the street. The dove looked as though it was looking down on us, like the Holy Spirit watching over us. Ed and Kate from the mission team walked to the Church and talked to several people who then came down to greet us and thank us. A local politician and his family came by and thanked us for doing this work in his district. A group of college age kids also came down and talked to the mission team for a while and asked about joining us Read More »