38th Annual Stand Up For Life Dinner on Nov. 24

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38TH ANNUAL STAND UP FOR LIFE DINNER

Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019
Time: Cocktail reception begins at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Location: Philadelphia 201 Hotel (201 N. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103)
Sponsorships: Click here to view sponsorship levels and opportunities.
Dinner Flyer: Click here to view and share the Stand Up For Life Dinner flyer.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: RACHEL GUY

Rachel Mary Guy is an online student at Trinity International University in Illinois. She has been involved with pro-life work since she was a young girl. God used the reality of her story of three doctors insisting she be aborted to compel her to fight the good fight to try and make abortion unthinkable. Rachel Mary has led four 40 Days for Life campaigns in Georgia. She testified in Georgia’s House and Senate during the Georgia heartbeat legislation/The LIFE Act and was interviewed about her involvement on FOX & Friends. Rachel has been an advocate for the pro-life movement having attended many March for Life events, organized Planned Parenthood protests and other protests. She has also written pro-life articles for several organizations. Rachel’s story was featured by LiveAction, both as a blog she wrote and as a video interview, they conducted with her. Rachel has spoken about God’s heart for life in several venues throughout the United States and even internationally. Rachel has served as a volunteer at a local pregnancy resource center since she was 13 years old and was recently involved doing an internship at a second pregnancy resource center in her area. Rachel is a candid speaker for the sanctity of life and has been involved with organizations like Georgia Right to Life, 40 Days for Life, Save the 1, and Georgia Life Alliance where she was recently asked to be the Director of Medical Ethics Advocacy. Rachel started doing missions trips when she was 14 years old going to Trinidad, then Nicaragua twice, and Uganda several times. She started an African nonprofit ministry at the age of 16 that still exists today—five years after its founding. Rachel hopes to get a Masters in BioEthics one day with the goal of impacting the medical community to see the value of all human life. She recently spoke at a 40 Days for Life leader symposium and her passion is to teach medical ethics and make God’s heart known for all life.

To learn more about Rachel, visit her website.

In addition to Rachel Guy, we will have an award ceremony that evening for the defender of life, be not afraid, and pioneer. Plus a special presentation by Dr. Monique Ruberu.

All youth, high school,  parish, young adult, and college groups are encouraged to attend this evening of celebrating life, networking, celebrating and recommitting to the defense of life.

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